Many would-be cat owners dread learning to use the litter box. Turns out, it’s simpler than you realize!
Teaching a cat to use the litter box is when the cat is still a young pet. It is easier to instill new habits in young kittens. It would be a big help to have older cats, or the mother of a toddler. Animals learn faster from older individuals and observe their behavior. However, if you cannot enlist the help of another pet, then you should be patient yourself. The worst thing you can do is to punish your cat if it pees in the wrong place, pour water on it or yell at it. The most important thing is to observe your cat’s behavior. If he looks around for a place to relieve himself then put him in the litter box. The same can be done after the pet wakes up and after his meal, these are also the moments when he is likely to want to settle.
In addition to having the right attitude and systematically teaching your cat, the setting of the litter box and its quality can also help. The litter box is a space of privacy for the cat, so it should be placed somewhere out of the way, where the household members rarely go, so as not to disturb the animal. The model of equipment should be appropriately matched to the size of the cat, the animal will not want to settle in a litter box that is too small, in which it will not feel comfortable.