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Chelsea
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I use horse pellets in a large cat litter box with a nice layer of hay on top. Silas refuses to sit on plain litter or a grate, and insists on always having enough hay to strategically cover over his mess. It’s really quite amusing – I swear he’s half cat/half golden retriever stuck in a bunny body.

Jasper always goes in one corner, leaving the rest of the litter box completely pristine and making a big mound if I don’t frequently scoop it. I don’t think he would care what I did with his litter box. I’m thinking about switching him to a smaller litter box because he uses such a small area it seems super wasteful.