Masking Litter Box Smells

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  1. Ruby Marlowe says:

    Per your suggestions about "Masking Kitty Litter Box Smells"

    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Febreze: According to Veterinary toxicology experts working for the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center consider Febreze fabric freshener products to be safe for use in homes with pets..[5] However, the package labeling indicates that the product is considered NOT SAFE AROUND BIRDS. Please add this disclaimer to your suggestion.

    2. I would never leave a lighted scented candle anywhere. Cats are too curious and I would rather change the litter box more often than accidentally come home to a fire.

  2. Yvonne says:

    This is the worst article, worst advice I've ever seen. First off, even if you only have one cat, you should be sifting the litter at least twice a day. How would you like to go to the bathroom in the morning and not flush your toilet and have to use it all day with poop and pee in it? Imagine doing it for a couple of days!!! Don't be a lazy, passive pet parent – clean the darn litter box appropriately.
    Second, why would you use a covered litter box when all it does is hold in the smell for the cat and make it difficult for it to turn around inside and cover its business? Covered litter boxes are unhealthy for the cats. If you are too lazy to sweep a little scattered litter, you don't need a cat.

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