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After cleaning/scrubbing out the litter box I dry it out and spray a generous coating of non-stick cooking spray on the bottom and up the sides about 3".

Makes removal of clumping litter much easier. :thumbsup: :cat: :cat:
 

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Hmmm, I'd never have thought of that one, but it sure sounds like a good idea. I'll have to try it.

Thanks!:)
 

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Don't use the Butter Flavored type, though, or else Fluffy will spend all her time 'washing' the litterbox...

BLEAH!! :puking:

Sorry, Pont...got carried away.

I now return you to your regularly scheduled Cat Care Tip.
 

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Also, try burying some lemon halves and home made herb satchels in the litter to freshen up the smell.

[martha stewart]It's a good thing.[/martha stewart]
 

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Originally posted by Davegrave
Also, try burying some lemon halves and home made herb satchels in the litter to freshen up the smell.

[martha stewart]It's a good thing.[/martha stewart]
:rofl:

cats despise citrus ANYTHING, EVERYTHING
 
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