Clean The Litter Box Regularly
Cats won’t do their business in a dirty litter box, so you need to keep the box clean. So, how often should you clean a litter box for one cat?
The litter box should be scooped and changed daily, while the litter box should be thoroughly cleaned on a weekly basis.
During the weekly clean, use unscented soap or baking soda to rinse the litter box.
Change Litter Type
Your cat could have grown averse to the kind of litter you’re currently using, so you’ll need to try another type of litter. Most cats show preference for clumped litter, so give this a try.
However, if your cat doesn’t prefer this type of litter, give them other litter types.
Change The Location Of The Litter Box
If you believe that the location of the litter box is the problem, move it to a different location.
The ideal location for a litter box should be an easily accessible location with minimal traffic.
If your home has multiple stories, ensure there is a litter box on each floor.
Change The Litter Box
If you try all the above and it doesn’t work, try changing the litter box.
Get a large and enclosed litter box for comfort and privacy. It helps too if the cat litter box has multiple entry and exit points so your feline buddies are unlikely to feel trapped, and thus more comfortable doing their business inside the cat litter box.
A good option that we recommend is the GENENIC Large Foldable Cat Litter Box. This litter box has a special design that makes it very easy to clean, on top of the spaciousness and multiple entry feature.