If your cat hasn't been trained to use a litter box, start with the PottyAid litter. You can get the Original litter if you have kittens, or cats with minor medical conditions (respiratory, urinary, allergy, or post-neuter surgery). Charcoal litter can help with extra odor control for multiple cats.
Each pack of Pottycats litter is intended to last up to 1 month for an average sized cat in a standard size litter box (38cm x 28cm). For kittens, one pack may last more than a month.
Yes, if you're using a larger litter box, such as PottyBox, you'll need extra packs. For 1 cat, this box requires 1 pack and 1/2 per month.
If you have multiple cats sharing a single litter box, simply count the number of cats to get your packs and change your litter more frequently. A good rule of thumb is to keep the litter height at 1 inch.
Yes, our litter is suitable for all types of litter boxes, including open, covered, sifter, and self-cleaning. Only use PottyAid litter with the Litter Robot.
Our litter is ideal for kittens as well as cats of all ages. Our pellets are designed to be gentle and safe for cats while still providing a high level of performance.
For 2 weeks, mix half of Pottycats litter with half of your current litter. Once your cat is completely familiar, you can gradually increase the ratio until you completely transition to Pottycats.
Every day, scoop your cat's urine clumps and faeces. Flush only 1-2 clumps at a time. Wash your litter box with soap and water once a month to remove any residue and bacteria.
We represent you and the result of years of cat care. We're designed for indoor use to effectively combat odor without the use of artificial fragrance, with higher clumping strength, no breakage for a smooth scoop, and longer usage.
Our litter is safe even when digested, and it is common for first-time cat owners to use plant-based litter. The transitioning method of mixing in your current litter will assist your cat in distinguishing litter as non-food. Keep the litter box away from food and water, and distract your cat whenever they try to consume.
Changes may cause your cats to stop using the litter box. A dirty litter box, as well as the type of litter used, can have an impact on this. Make sure your cats have enough litter boxes and a clean routine. Choose PottyAid litter to help your cats get back into the litter box. If all else fails, seek veterinary advice to rule out any health issues.
Need more help?
Get in touch with us.