Does one cat need two litter boxes?

Does one cat need two litter boxes?

“The rule of thumb is one litter box per cat, plus one extra,” Galaxy says. As a cat foster mom, I recommend that new adopters have at least 1.5 litter boxes per cat. So if you have one cat, you need two litter boxes; two cats, three litter boxes.

Is it better to have one litter box or two?

A lot of cats prefer to use one for pee and one for poo. Some cats are more protective over their “business”, that shows itself as the cats mature. Its better to have all you need from the beginning rather than problems arising later and you having to fix them. I have 2 full grown cats and only have 1 litter box.

How many cats do you need for one litter box?

Now that we have 3 cats I have two litter boxes. Everyone seems happy and I don’t really have the space for one more! I highly recommend at least 2 for your kitties. I never had any problems either for 3 years from litter mates. I always pushed off the ” rule ” of “1 litter box for each cat you own, plus one” because mine never had a problem.

Why does my cat not share the litter box?

If you have been living with a cat for a certain time and decide to bring in a new companion, even though they might get along just fine during the day, they might have trouble sharing the litter box.

Why does Lily not use her litter box?

Lily wont use her box if one of the other cats go in it. Bagheera and Kitten could care less which one they use. But if Annie goes in Kitten’s litterbox she wont go in it till its cleaned. Since Annie is new she doesn actually have her own box yet.

A lot of cats prefer to use one for pee and one for poo. Some cats are more protective over their “business”, that shows itself as the cats mature. Its better to have all you need from the beginning rather than problems arising later and you having to fix them. I have 2 full grown cats and only have 1 litter box.

Now that we have 3 cats I have two litter boxes. Everyone seems happy and I don’t really have the space for one more! I highly recommend at least 2 for your kitties. I never had any problems either for 3 years from litter mates. I always pushed off the ” rule ” of “1 litter box for each cat you own, plus one” because mine never had a problem.

If you have been living with a cat for a certain time and decide to bring in a new companion, even though they might get along just fine during the day, they might have trouble sharing the litter box.

Lily wont use her box if one of the other cats go in it. Bagheera and Kitten could care less which one they use. But if Annie goes in Kitten’s litterbox she wont go in it till its cleaned. Since Annie is new she doesn actually have her own box yet.