Kitten Toilet Training

Bringing home a new kitten brings a bundle of new responsibilities – and that’s just scratching the surface, because there’s one in particular you’ll probably want to get to, from the moment he steps paw into your home: Litterbox training.

Litterbox training can take some time to learn, but if you follow our great-smelling tips, your ‘accident’-prone pal will be using that box like it’s second nature, in no time.

Before we begin our toileting tutorial, there are some kitty-steps you’ll want to keep in mind as your pint-size pal is learning the litterbox:

  • Don’t allow your kitten full run of the house – it just gives him more places to ‘go’, so scratch that.
  • Try to contain your kitten in the room you spend the most time in. This way, you can keep a cat’s eye on him while he’s still mewsing about where to do his ‘business’.
  • And just to make sure you’re pawsitively safe from poo-poo, it’s best to close all bedroom doors, and barricade other areas without doors.

Now that your home is good to go, let’s leap straight into the outhouse.

Bringing home a new kitten brings a bundle of new responsibilities – and that’s just scratching the surface, because there’s one in particular you’ll probably want to get to, from the moment he steps paw into your home: Litterbox training.Litterbox training can take some time to learn, but if you follow our great-smelling tips, your ‘accident’-prone pal will be using that box like it’s second nature, in no time.Before we begin our toileting tutorial, there are some kitty-steps you’ll want to keep in mind as your pint-size pal is learning the litterbox:<li>Don’t allow your kitten full run of the house – it just gives him more places to ‘go’, so <em>scratch that.</em></li><li>Try to contain your kitten in the room you spend the most time in. This way, you can keep a cat’s eye on him while he’s still <em>mews</em>ing about where to do his ‘business’.</li><li>And just to make sure you’re pawsitively safe from poo-poo, it’s best to close all bedroom doors, and barricade other areas without doors.</li>
Now that your home is good to go, let’s leap straight into the outhouse.

Bringing home a new kitten brings a bundle of new responsibilities – and that’s just scratching the surface, because there’s one in particular you’ll probably want to get to, from the moment he steps paw into your home: Litterbox training.Litterbox training can take some time to learn, but if you follow our great-smelling tips, your ‘accident’-prone pal will be using that box like it’s second nature, in no time.Before we begin our toileting tutorial, there are some kitty-steps you’ll want to keep in mind as your pint-size pal is learning the litterbox:<li>Don’t allow your kitten full run of the house – it just gives him more places to ‘go’, so <em>scratch that.</em></li><li>Try to contain your kitten in the room you spend the most time in. This way, you can keep a cat’s eye on him while he’s still <em>mews</em>ing about where to do his ‘business’.</li><li>And just to make sure you’re pawsitively safe from poo-poo, it’s best to close all bedroom doors, and barricade other areas without doors.</li>
Now that your home is good to go, let’s leap straight into the outhouse.

Bringing home a new kitten brings a bundle of new responsibilities – and that’s just scratching the surface, because there’s one in particular you’ll probably want to get to, from the moment he steps paw into your home: Litterbox training.Litterbox training can take some time to learn, but if you follow our great-smelling tips, your ‘accident’-prone pal will be using that box like it’s second nature, in no time.Before we begin our toileting tutorial, there are some kitty-steps you’ll want to keep in mind as your pint-size pal is learning the litterbox:<li>Don’t allow your kitten full run of the house – it just gives him more places to ‘go’, so <em>scratch that.</em></li><li>Try to contain your kitten in the room you spend the most time in. This way, you can keep a cat’s eye on him while he’s still <em>mews</em>ing about where to do his ‘business’.</li><li>And just to make sure you’re pawsitively safe from poo-poo, it’s best to close all bedroom doors, and barricade other areas without doors.</li>
Now that your home is good to go, let’s leap straight into the outhouse.

Bringing home a new kitten brings a bundle of new responsibilities – and that’s just scratching the surface, because there’s one in particular you’ll probably want to get to, from the moment he steps paw into your home: Litterbox training.Litterbox training can take some time to learn, but if you follow our great-smelling tips, your ‘accident’-prone pal will be using that box like it’s second nature, in no time.Before we begin our toileting tutorial, there are some kitty-steps you’ll want to keep in mind as your pint-size pal is learning the litterbox:<li>Don’t allow your kitten full run of the house – it just gives him more places to ‘go’, so <em>scratch that.</em></li><li>Try to contain your kitten in the room you spend the most time in. This way, you can keep a cat’s eye on him while he’s still <em>mews</em>ing about where to do his ‘business’.</li><li>And just to make sure you’re pawsitively safe from poo-poo, it’s best to close all bedroom doors, and barricade other areas without doors.</li>
Now that your home is good to go, let’s leap straight into the outhouse.