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Old 02-24-2010, 03:38 PM   #4
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If your cat will stand for it, try changing the cat's food, too. Sometimes that makes a big difference in the smell level.

Different cats have different levels of dirty-box tolerance. ome cats want you to clean the box IMMEDIATELY after they use it (not an hour, and not a half hour, but immediately), and others will be OK if you wait a few days. But Angela is right that you don't want to find that level the hard way.
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