How to Toilet Train Your Cat: 21 Days to a Litter-Free Home

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How to Toilet Train Your Cat: 21 Days to a Litter-Free Home

Follow this foolproof 21-day program and you can teach any litter-trained cat to use a toilet instead of a box.

Discover a better way: Now cat owners everywhere can put down their scoops, stop ferrying backbreaking sacks of litter, enjoy a fresh-smelling home, and save hundreds of dollars a year. And make their cats happier, too!

The requirements are simple: magazines or newspapers, masking tape, heavy-duty plastic wrap, a supply of litter, and a cat between the ages of six months and ten years (you can train an older cat, but it may take longer). Then, 21 days later, your cat will be using the toilet, just like any other civilized member of the family. For life.

Toilet training a cat isn’t just for the owner’s convenience. Many cats equate the smell of the litter box with danger, causing constant stress, and the fragrances, dyes, and disinfectants found in most litters are detrimental to your pet’s well-being. Yes, it’s true: A toilet-trained cat is a happier, healthier cat.

 


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Coeburn says:

My cat refused to read the book.

Anonymous says:

Its a good short reader book and helps inspire for cat toilet training, I also enjoyed reading the segments in the book of other cats that toilet trained. I don’t think the saran wrap method is for me and my 3 cat household, I got inspired to buy the kwitter litter kit and I’m working on that now. I in the process of learning that 21 days is probably too fast for cat toilet training, they need to learn slow. I noticed my male cat having problems, I thought he had a UTI, so I took him to the…

Anonymous says:

I was determined to get our new cat toilet trained and researched You Tube and Amazon for theories and information. I finally settled on this book because this author was supposed to be the original expert from the 90s. Well, in the 21 day program, we got half way through successfully, but then came the plastic wrap over the toilet and it was a disaster. I changed to “The Toilet Trained Cat” method which was to use an aluminum pan and it worked great. It actually took us 60 days to train…


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