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Also, choose the right spots for your litter boxes. Don’t put a box in a small, enclosed area, like a tiny bathroom or closet, which will concentrate litter box odors. A larger, well-ventilated area is best. But it needs to be in a quiet, low-traffic area, away from your cat’s food, other pets, and anything that can startle or scare your cat while he’s using the box.

Yes, it takes a daily effort on your part to keep litter box odors at bay. But the result will be a happier cat and a better-smelling home.

From: Controlling Cat Litter Box Odor WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Amy Flowers on September 06, 2018

Medically Reviewed on 09/06/2018

SOURCES:

ASPCA: “ .” Litter Box Problems

Hotchner, T. , Gotham Books, 2007. The Cat Bible

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ .” Thinking Inside the Box

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ Litter Box Rules.”

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ .” Litter-Box Selection Demands Careful Discrimination

Reviewed by Amy Flowers on September 06, 2018

SOURCES:

ASPCA: “ .” Litter Box Problems

Hotchner, T. , Gotham Books, 2007. The Cat Bible

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ .” Thinking Inside the Box

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ Litter Box Rules.”

VeterniaryPartner.com: “ .” Litter-Box Selection Demands Careful Discrimination

Reviewed by Amy Flowers on September 06, 2018

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