How many times have you been standing around your cat’s litter box, wondering how to get them to use the toilet? Do you want a way to train your cat for a toilet with or without the kit? Here are some tips and tricks that will make it easier for everybody.
Yes, this article is a how-to on toilet training your cat. There are two different methods: with and without the kit. You may have heard of the kit before, but what do you need to know about it? What if I don’t want to buy one? If you’re reading this, then you must be considering toilet training your cat!
Cats can be trained just like dogs. Cats are creatures of habit so if they see their owners doing something new, they’ll do it too! This is why we recommend using a litterbox with large pellets and putting 2-3 in each corner of the toilet when training a cat. You should also put some pee pads on top of the pellets so your kitty has an idea as to what scent they’re looking for. When training cats who don’t prefer to use their litter box, this is a great way for them to get used to the new scent.
When it comes time for your cat’s next toilet training session, they’ll know exactly what you want if you put out all of the things that are in the room–whether or not these items were there last time. You should also confirm that the room is clean and free of other scents.
Importance of Cat Toilet Training
This article will show you how to toilet train a cat with or without a kit, but first, let’s start by talking about why cats need to be potty trained.
- Cleaner home environment
- Smarter pet (less likely to come up with bad)
- Bad Smell nowhere
- Disease Prevention
- Less work for you (litter box becomes less of a chore)
- More time spent together with your cat instead of cleaning or dealing with accidents.
If you have a cat, it’s important to toilet train them so they can live in the house more comfortably and be happier overall.
Cat Toilet Training Kit List
Here is a list of items you need for toilet training your cat with a kit:
- Litter box
- Cat Toilet Training Kit (this is what we’re talking about in this article)
- Cats who are potty trained and don’t mind going to the bathroom outside. This one’s not as common, but it does happen!
Train Your Cat For Toilet with Kit
Here is a step-by-step guideline to train your cat for the toilet with a kit.
- This cat toilet training kit is a set of three trays that fit into each other. Each tray has some type of litter in it, and the largest one at the bottom still has enough room for your cat to move around comfortably.
- That you do with this cat toilet training kit is put it right next to where they usually go when your cat is going to the bathroom.
- You’ll need a litter box for each cat in your house and something that’s preferably high enough for them to step into without having their feet touch the ground (like an empty kitchen trash can). Put one of these kits next to it.
- Next, you wait for your cat to use his or her toilet!
- Then you can start moving the kits closer and closer to your toilet until they eventually use it.
It’s as simple as that! If you need more instructions, just keep reading.
The more you use this method, the more your cat will learn that pooping should happen somewhere in the toilet. Eventually, your cat will start to use the toilet on its own!
The method is really easy but takes a while for cats to understand how it works and become comfortable with using the toilet.
Train Your Cat For Toilet without Kit
If you don’t have a cat toilet training kit, or if your cat won’t learn how to go in one of those, then you can buy a covered litter box with a small hole at the front. The cat will naturally start to try and cover their poop as they do in regular boxes, but since there’s no place for them, then you can scoop out the poop and put it in the toilet without any problems.
The cat will then associate pooping with going into the toilet, so they’ll start to use it on their own! When you’re using this method, give your cat time to get used to where its new bathroom is located before moving them outside. If you move too fast, then they’ll just start to pee outside and try to poop in the toilet.
If you have no idea how to train a cat for toilet training, then try the kit method or just buy a covered litter box. The cat will naturally start to go in it due to its association with going into the toilet.
Ask me if you have any questions!