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Home Page Forums DIET & CARE Detailed description of litter tray preparation RE: Detailed description of litter tray preparation


vanessa
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I love seeing/reading about everyone’s litter boxes! I have gone through so many renditions… my current anf favorite – are a medium sold as jumbo in a triangle shape) with a 22×22 puppy pee pad folded into a triangle, then 1 scoop of pellets, the grate, and a thin layer of hay that I top up every day. Next box is the large concrete mixing tub wuth cut sides for my disabled bunny, a XL puppy pee pad, 2 scoops pine pellets, a thin layer of hay, topped up every day. The 3rd box is also a mixing tub, no pee pad, only 3 scoops pine pellets, and a layer of hay. I change the boxes every second day. Every other day I top of the hay in the boxes, and add more pine pellets if needed.