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    This is our burmese girl

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    Oh this thread is making me miss my girl. DH hates cats I want another one so bad!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmmkay View Post
    Both boys and from the same litter! I have always found boy cats more affectionate than boys. Not sure why, I think that's just personal experience. Attachment 86224

    This is my less affectionate one!
    We got a boy too, we were told by the breeder that they are cuddly and less snooty than the females. Here's my boy

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    Beautiful cats!

    I need to ask, is changing / cleaning kitty litter a pain? I've never had to deal with one before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Beautiful cats!

    I need to ask, is changing / cleaning kitty litter a pain? I've never had to deal with one before!
    Nope. It's easy as. If you've dealt with dog poo, you won't find a cat litter annoying. You just need to get on to their poos pretty quick...because they stink. (Despite not being a cat person, I did own a DSH for a year).

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    If you feed them a super premium food their poo/pee will have little to no smell. I would also recommend a covered litter box and a litter mat this will reduce tracking - litter going everywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    Nope. It's easy as. If you've dealt with dog poo, you won't find a cat litter annoying. You just need to get on to their poos pretty quick...because they stink. (Despite not being a cat person, I did own a DSH for a year).
    Someone told me to clean the bottom tray daily (with water) because the wee will smell. (Using the kitty litter tray that has the sifter part on top).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Someone told me to clean the bottom tray daily (with water) because the wee will smell. (Using the kitty litter tray that has the sifter part on top).
    My cats have two trays and they get cleaned twice a day - morning and night. That involves scooping out the poos and areas of visibly dirty litter. Every second day I will empty the trays completely and I use dettol antibacterial wipes to wipe the trays down. Once a week instead of using the wipes I empty the trays and wash them in hot soapy water. It doesn't take long. The most annoying thing is my cats love a good dig so there's a bit of sweeping around the trays collecting the litter they have tossed everywhere.

    I think the time you spend cleaning litter trays still outweighs the time you have to spend walking and bathing a dog though.

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    I use a hooded cat litter tray and the crystal type cat litter.
    Every day i scoop the poop but i only change the whole thing once a week.

    I line the bottom with a few pieces of paper towel then a plastic litter tray liner before putting the litter in.

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