I also use World's Best and after trying a lot of different litters, it is the best sustainable option for my cats. I think it hides smell well, though you definitely know when it is time to change the whole thing out and clean the box. I make sure it is always in a well ventilated area. I also use a little box with a top entry (like mod kat, but cheaper). It helps with the tracking issue for the most part.
Ideal Kitty Litter for Apartment Dwellers? Good Questions
|5/2/13 11:10 AM|
I have the first one. It is well-sealed, but the drawers are a huge pain to open and close. I can't use the bottom drawer on humid days because it expands so much, it gets stuck.
A Perfect Blend: Patchwork Wood
|3/19/13 9:59 AM|
Dogs are hard on hard wood, but no worse than people. My entry way is terribly worn from the traffic it gets. I have hard wood floors that are original to my pre-war home, and they are my first choice in flooring. I just wish I had re-polished them before moving in. After living there for a few years, the idea and expense of moving around my furniture and polishing them now seems like more than I can stomach, so I live with very worn floors. If I had polished them before moving in, maybe my dog's accidents wouldn't have such a deleterious impact of the floors.
Bamboo, Cork, or Wood Flooring for (Future) Dog Owners? Good Questions
|2/4/13 3:13 PM|