You've Been Doing Kitty Litter All Wrong. Ditch Your Box For One Of These

November 7, 2014

There are tons of problems with most "traditional" litter pans you can purchase at pet stores. Because they are made of plastic, they can get a bit hard to clean, they can crack or break easily, and worst - they absorb smells like no one's business.

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Plastic pans lock in urine and feces smells. If you wash them with soapy water, that plastic can lock in the chemical soap smell. You may think you've rinsed it away, but your cat can definitely smell it.

The solution? Stainless steel steam pans from restaurant supply stores.

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What makes these so awesome is:

  • Very sturdy
  • Clean extraordinarily easily
  • Carry ZERO smell residue
  • Last FOREVER
  • Inexpensive (around $15)

They actually cost about the same as the cheap plastic ones you'd find at Petsmart. So where can you get one? Amazon.

Click here to view/purchase one on Amazon.

Credit: lazespud2. For several years I ran the world's largest cat-only adoption org and sanctuary. We had, at various times, up to 400 cats on-site, and as you can imagine, that's a LOT of poop.

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