Our cat and ourselves, aside from the taste, perhaps we need to think about the effects of the environment. We especially emphasize this because we know that all kittens are environmentally friendly. Research shows that the cat sands we use have some damages for the health of both our cats, our kittens and the environment.
Traditional non-lumpy sands are the first commercial products available to cat lovers. These sands are generally made of materials containing clay and containing absorbent properties such as zeolite, diatomite, sepiolite. The advantage of these sands is that they are cheap.
The agglomerating sands are a relatively new yeni technology Top, although not new. These sands are produced from a kind of clay called bentonite. The properties of bentonite adhere to their particles when wet. These sands, which are produced with a few millimeters of diameters, agglomerate when the cat is wet with the urine of the cat, and the cat owner can only remove this wet part from the sandbox with the help of a shovel. As the urine can be removed from the rest of the sand, there is no problem in the lumpy sand.
When should I change the sand?
Cleaning the sand is very important when changing the sand. You must clean and clean the sand container at certain intervals. When you change the sand, it depends on the characteristics of the sand you choose, the frequency of urination, the acidic condition of the urine and the smell. Considering these factors, it is the right method to determine the time to change the sand. However we would recommend replacing it every 10-15 days.
How long should the cat litter?
• Fill your cat’s toilet bowl with cat sand until it reaches a height of 7 cm.
• Regularly remove the solid waste from the cat litter container with a shovel to keep your cat’s toilet bowl clean.
• Dispose of your clumped, dirty cat sand in the trash, not in the toilet.
• Regularly add the amount of sand to 7 cm.
• Clean and flush your cat’s toilet bowl periodically.