Does your cat suffer from litter box envy?
Calling all cat lovers! Fresh4Life has enhanced its look and formula to keep up with the needs of all cats at every stage.
A greener clean
Eco-friendly litters are great for families that are looking for their bag of litter to last longer than it normally does. Eco-friendly litter is gentle on paws and the environment. Fresh4Life uses different natural resources, such as pine (great natural scent!), paper, corn and wheat, to make litter that cats and owners love. Silica, the newest evolution to the Fresh4Life line-up, is non-toxic, safe and has highest absorbency of any litter. Silica can absorb an extremely large quantity of liquid, which is great for smaller houses that have litter boxes.
The most common litter is clay litter. It is convenient, economical and readily available. If your cat prefers clay litter, Fresh4Life has an assortment for you to choose from including Clumping, Scented and Multi-Cat. Fresh4Life Clumping litter is available fragrance-free or lavender scented. Clumping litter is extremely cost-effective, as you only have to remove solid clumps and the remaining litter stays in the box. The popular Multi-Cat formula has double the deodorizing agents as standard litter, perfect for households whose litter boxes are frequented by more than one furry friend.
Sharing a home with a cat is wonderful but sometimes sharing that same home with their litter box can be trying. Fresh4Life knows that with their family of litter products, you will be able to find a product that works for you and your cat, so you can spend less time worrying about the litter box and more time petting, cuddling and playing.
Quick tips: How To Make Your Cat’s Litter Box Sparkle
Cats are clean by nature. As cat owners, we need to do our part in keeping their litter box clean. To prevent accidents and unwanted surprises, here are some tips to help keep your cat’s bathroom as fresh as possible:
- Scoop your cat’s litter box daily. Empty and clean the litter box every 1-2 weeks (more frequently if you have multiple cats).
- After cleaning the litter box, let it dry completely before refilling with litter, especially clumping litter!
- Cats have a very sensitive sense of smell, so avoid cleaning the litter box with harsh cleaning chemicals. Strong odors can deter a cat from using their litter box. Hot, soapy water and a thorough rinse works perfectly.
- Although cleaning your cat's litter box is not a glamorous job, it is a great way to keep tabs on your pet’s health. If you notice changes in consistency, smell, or quality of waste, call your vet for advice.
This article originally appeared in the 2012 Spring/Summer issue of Companion Magazine.