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September 2010 Issue

Keep Your Home Sweet Home

These simple litter box tips can make this chore less burdensome, and save you time and effort, too.

For all the companionship and love your cat brings into your home, thereís also one dirty downside to living with him: the scooping and changing of his litter box (lugging home the heavy stuff isnít much of a treat, either). Luckily, there are ways of making this unpleasant job a little easier. If you use the right materials, create a litter-changing routine and keep the necessary supplies in a convenient place, this chore can definitely be made less labor-intensive. We share some tips to reduce litter drudgery.

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