Does anyone know how to use litter box liners. Im confused?

Our mommy brought a new litter box, the petmate covered one. And it came with litter box liners and mommy dosent know how they go. Can anyone please help?

Asked by Member 913591 on Jan 14th 2010 Tagged litterbox, liners, cats in Odor Eliminators
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It is very simple, just put the liner in the bottom of the box (like a bag open at the top) then fill with litter. Make sure that all of the sides are pulled over the sides when you put the cover on. This will hold it in place. By the way, a liner is not necessary if you don't want to use it. It only helps to keep the pan cleaner.

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Cleopatra 8/4/96-7/18/13

They should open up like a trash bag. Spread them out and leave some hanging out over the sides, pour the litter in, and then just put the lid on top and snap it down. If they do not stay on there, you can try an extra large rubber band just under the rim of the bottom part (very carefully so it wont pop her or you in the face). Just have her try to smooth it out as much as possible before filling it with litter. Oh, and make sure you have the right size! That happened to mom once or twice, it won't work with the wrong size. Sometimes you can use an extra large trashbag for the same thing, then when emptying it, take you other household trash and dump it in the big bag. Mom always jokes about this saying that if anyone wants to steal her identity, they will at least smell bad in the process :D Hope this helps, if you have anymore questions, paw mail me :)

Cleopatra 8/4/96-7/18/13 answered on 1/14/10. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer

Annie Spokescat  Calico Juncti

If your cat has claws, forget it. Liners and claws don't mix. We use a clumping litter. We have 21 litter users and they choose Scoopaway's Ultra Plus Crystals. Great for heavy use and less tracking then other Scoopaway litters. Clumping litters are made by the same company but like gas, different formulas/additives/grades make the difference.

Annie Spokescat Calico Juncti answered on 11/1/10. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer