Great information here about litter boxes to an amateur cat keeper like me.

One question that is not even on the bag, though:
How do you know when to change scoopable style litter?

Can you keep scooping indefinitely, just replacing what is scooped out?

Thanks.
Great information here about litter boxes to an amateur cat keeper like m=e. One question that is not even on the bag, though: How do you know when to change scoopable style litter? Can you keep scooping indefinitely, just replacing what is scooped out? Thanks.

I read somewhere recently that you should change the litter out once a month and thoroughly wash out the box and scooper. I would also do that if/when your cat is treated for any disease that can be transmitted from the poop.
FirstHit
Great information here about litter boxes to an amateur cat keeper like me. One question that is not even on the bag, though: How do you know when to change scoopable style litter? Can you keep scooping indefinitely, just replacing what is scooped out? Thanks.

I read somewhere recently that you should change the litter out once a month and thoroughly wash out the box and scooper. I would also do that if/when your cat is treated for any disease that can be transmitted from the poop.
FirstHit
Thanks. Now if I can just get the kitten from batting the litter across the hallway!
UsenetGreat information here about litter boxes to an amateur cat keeper like me.

One question that is not even on the bag, though:
How do you know when to change scoopable style litter?

Can you keep scooping indefinitely, just replacing what is scooped out?

Thanks.
I scoop as they poop/pee, top up daily and do a good clean and change once a week.

No cat likes to do their business in a dirty tray.
I'll endeavor to keep their tray as clean as you do.