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What are the advantages of covered litter box?

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If you have a "bully" cat and a "victim" cat, the victim cat may not be willing to enter an enclosure where she can get cornered by the bully. This might also apply to a cat who is nervous with a dog in the house. If your cat is actually sleeping in his own filthy litter box, you have a terribly frightened cat. Otherwise the advantage of a covered litter box is that it stops litter from flying all over the place and can somewhat reduce the smell.

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Covered litter boxes prevent stains on walls from cats that usually stand up to ***** and scattering of litter by cats that scratch excessively inside the litter box.

Posted on Aug 15, 2012

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