Cat Litter

Cat Litter

Updated on 12/28/13, Originally posted on 4/21/12

Weekly Bible Verse: 1 Corinthians 15:39 All flesh is not the same flesh, but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of animals, another of fish, and another of birds.

I love this verse above because it defies evolution. One of the things that evolution proposes is that man came from animals.  It is difficult to believe in both evolution and the Biblical account of creation; you can’t mix creation and evolution.  If you believe in creation by God, you can’t accept evolution theories because they contradict the Bible.  This does not mean that we can treat people that believe in evolution with unkindness, it just means that we don’t believe in evolution or accept it.

Creature tip: Believe it or not, some cats can be trained to use an actual toilet instead of a litter box!  Yes, we tried to train our two kitties to use the toilet.  Our male cat was making great progress, but not our female so we gave it up (if we had kept with it our male cat would have been toilet trained!).  For us, and all the other people out there that have cats that refuse to sit on the toilet (lol), cat litter is a great substitution!  They make some great cat boxes out there. One litter box in particular hooks up to your toilet and washes a special designed litter, clean of your cat’s wastes after every use!

If you are like us and use a good old fashion box to hold your cat’s litter, then here are a few good tips to know.  Clumping litter is one of the best, if you haven’t figured it out already.  This litter does what it says; it clumps the urine together making it easy to scoop out of the box.  “Scoop Away” is one of our favorite brands and we like to buy it at Costco because it is cheaper.  We have used “Fresh Step” and “Tidy Cats” but we still like “Scoop Away” because, in our opinion, it reduces the smell the best.  Always scoop your cat’s box out daily (or even more frequently).  Change the box completely when it gets smelly or as directed on the litter container/bag.  We usually change out cat’s box completely every 3-4 weeks.  Also adding baking soda to your cats litter box will also reduce the smell!

What cat litter is your favorite and why?  Please post a comment!

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