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well away from where your pet eats, in a quiet and ac­ces­si­ble spot. Choose the lit­ter tray care­fully. Some cats pre­fer a cov­ered ver­sion for pri­vacy, but oth­ers don’t. Ei­ther way, the tray needs to be big enough for your pet to be able to turn around eas­ily. Don’t for­get that older cats suf­fer­ing from arthri­tis will find it dif­fi­cult to jump into a high-sided tray. En­sure you have enough trays for the num­ber of cats you keep. The rule of thumb is one tray per cat, plus one. The ideal is for your pet to be able to use one for uri­nat­ing and the other for defe­cat­ing. If you live in a small flat, opt for a smaller sec­ond tray.

If your pet swal­lows a caus­tic sub­stance don’t at­tempt first aid. Call the vet, give the name of the prod­uct and fol­low

the vet’s ad­vice.

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