Having a small cat is a big thing for several people. Owning pets is one of the most common things we find, and cats always need sand to breed them.
Types of cats sand Agglomerated sand Safe for cats, especially small is the sand made of large and coarse components such as pine pellets, which is written safe sand for small cats on sand containers, as some sand is not suitable for small cats as the sand composed of small clusters, which It can be taken by young kittens, which can cause digestive problems. Agglomerated sand is good for mitigating the odor of litter and is liked by most other cats, and is expensive compared to unblown sand.
Non-agglomerated sand, sand containing small dust may cause damage to the health of tiny cat lungs, which can also cause respiratory problems. Cat sand, which consists of lumps, is easy to clean and needs to be replaced at a lower rate than other types. It is also inexpensive and may be completely saturated with urine, making you have to change and replace it frequently. Vegetable or biodegradable sand, which is sand made of pine or grain of wheat or corn, which helps more to get rid of unpleasant and unpleasant odors, and this type of sand does not lead to the emergence of severe residues and a lot of dust like other types of sand and therefore plant origin sand is The perfect choice for small cats especially those with respiratory problems. Crystal Sand or Silica Gel This type of sand is highly absorbent as it absorbs urine, moisture, and unpleasant odour. Still, once the crystal is saturated with all these ingredients, you will need to replace the sand completely. How to Train Cats on a Sandbox Recognize when cats need to go and schedule appointments next to the box. Play next to the table so you can eliminate it by only playing for example or making an effort if the cat does not learn automatically to delete the need to be taught by using sand with your hands and remove it with the litter and then buried with your hands, which makes the cat learn from you. Methods of cleaning the sandbox for cats Remove any clumps in the box Remove any clumps of urine or faeces by using a sand shovel made of metal or plastic. Keeping the box with no litter is integrated, prevents the spread of any unpleasant odours and encourages cats to use the table comfortably. Bedding should be removed at least once a day, or more than once, especially if you have more than one cat. Make sure that the litter is thoroughly cleaned. Clean the shovel to prevent bacteria from spreading. We recommend that you put the litter in the pet bag and close it tightly before placing it in the litter box to protect Cleaners. If you are using sand made from biodegradable plant material, care must be taken against clogging of drain pipes. Gloves should be worn when cleaning the box, and handwashing should be done after cleaning the cat box.
Maintain the level of sand in the box after cleaning or emptying the table make sure to refill it with the same amount that you took it or have put it in the box and therefore must be sure that the depth of sand in the box about 5 cm because most cats prefer this depth, some cats, especially People with long hair prefer a lower intensity of sand. Replacing the entire sand The old sand should be completely emptied and replaced with new sand that has not been used before. Specify the number of times the sand is changed according to the count of cats and the number of boxes with the type of sand used. Unconsolidated sand should be changed at least twice a week. If you clean it daily, it can be replaced after two or three weeks. Cleaning the sandbox It is necessary to wash the box every time we return the sand. It is possible to rinse the table through some diluted detergents through dish soap with warm water, with the need to avoid the use of detergents of ammonia, bleach, detergent or any other kind of smell Permeable, which can alienate the cat smell. Cleaning products, especially soaps for bathrooms, land, clothes and perfumed napkins should be avoided because they may be toxic to cats, and therefore must look for the label because it has warnings where we find advice written on it is prohibited from using for children and pets. Keeping the sandbox environment comfortable is a must to buy the covered box in order to protect cats by preventing the leakage of a lot of sand outside the box and find most cats prefer tables covered, must be cleaned continuously because it will cause unpleasant odours stemming from it and if the cats are large size may not benefit from boxes and may be inappropriate for them.