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


Azerane
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Here’s my process:

Our litter tray is a cat litter tray. The bottom is a catch tray, the top tray has holes in it for urine to fall through. We use wood horse stall pellet litter.

In the bottom tray I scatter a scoop of pellets (maybe 1 cup worth), it doesn’t need much.
Then I add the top tray (it has little legs), I actually put litter in here as well, pretty much just a single pellet layer so that they’re not just sitting on poop.
That’s it, no hay or paper. I’ve never tried the tray without litter in the top as well, I know I should but for whatever reason I just haven’t. Maybe I’ll try that tomorrow. I’ll take pictures a little later today when I spot clean their tray so that you can see the process and how it changes from before to after. Because it’s not a bunny litter tray thread without pictures of poop!