Cat Care : Health Effects of Cat Litter Box

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

YouTube Description

Many cat owners with litter boxes are afraid of the threat of toxoplasmosis. Discover the health effects of a litter box with tips from a cat behaviorist in this free video on pets and cat care. Expert: Diana Korten Contact: Bio: Diana Korten is certified in Pet First Aid by the American Red Cross, and is a member of The National Association of Pet Sitting Professionals and The Cat Writer’s Association. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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11 Responses

  1. caterluna223
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    thnx, i just got a new ragdoll kitten named casper and he’s an indoor kitty, thnx this helped

  2. Radicalreels
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    Thanks for the latest scoop!
    This will help with my four indoor bombers!

  3. xavier1850
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    bleach is good idea. the litter dust is a problem. it can get into exposed plumbing parts, if kept in a bathroom. i say keep them in the barn.

  4. NadrianATRS
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    that tattoo looks a little butch

  5. Snuggieschnauzer
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    Thank you for your help! i found that all your cat videos are very helpful! (especially introducing kitty to the dogs!)

  6. chorizoboi99
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  7. chadnatureboy9
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    i have two cats so this stuff will be very helpful

  8. 1suedenim
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    I wash with hot, soapy water then sometimes follow up with a soak in bleach water. I never thought about washing directly with bleach water. However, I think the key to maintenance is understanding that box needs to be thoroughly cleaned to prevent exposing the cats to illness. Anytime I see something sticking to the litter box I dump it and wash it. I think I became a litter box nazi when they were kittens and they had to be treated for giardia.

  9. NGB21122
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    not litter box, litter PAN ;P

  10. abundantradiance
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    I’m not the hugest fan of bleach because I know how irritating it can be. I’m a major fan of using self-cleaning litter boxes right now. I have one that hooks up to water supply and actually flushes and disinfects the whole thing, automatically! It’s a hefty investment in the beginning, but saves me so much time. Also, I can rest assured that my cats (I have 3) are using a fresh, clean litter box each time.

  11. Monica Keslye
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    I visited this pet lvr shop first time, really they made a variety of collection for their customers. Such things make the difference. Thanks

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