|Purred: Sun May 15, '11 1:27pm PST |
|The Tokyo Board of Health requires me to wash the litter pans and cat bowls in a separate ROOM from the human dishes...can't even use the same sink. Not that they're hovering over my shoulder all the time, mind you...
Putting a steel tray inside a plastic litter box, if you need a covered box, is a good idea. Most of the urine odor and wear and tear is on the bottom of the box anyway, unless your cat is a hoser, or one like most of mine, who scratch anything higher than the box--the top of the cover, the wall, a nearby stack of magazines...So, theoretically, even a steel baking pan (one with sides) would serve a purpose by keeping most of the litter, urine, and odor contained and away from the plastic.
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