How To Keep Your Cat From Tracking Litter And Poop Outside Of Your Litter Box
Cats are fastidiously clean animals. They don't like to be wet or dirty, and bury their waste matter when they use the litter box. Sometimes cats find their litter and poop outside their box. There are a few reasons why your cat might track litter. ( :max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/cats-tracking-poop-553999-04-58882030cc848698542d493cff667b2. jpg) Cats are notoriously fastidious and many will not use a litter box that is less than perfect. Litter boxes should be placed far enough away from each other that the cat can only see the box it's using.
Simple rugs can help keep litter and poop from being tracked throughout your house. If your cat has trouble finding the right spot in its small litter box, it will probably need a larger litter box or two. Storage containers, utility tubs, kiddie play pools and sandboxes can be used as large litter boxes. If you can put litter in it and your cat can easily get into it, it should be formed, firm, and consistent. Soft stools and diarrhea can indicate a health problem. Trim the fur on your cat's feet . If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately.
Always consult your doctor for health-related questions. . . .