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Cat Litter Disposal

If your roommate is a small, feline friend, you know that developing a kitty litter disposal system is important for keeping both your and your cat’s home clean and odor-free. Providing a comfortable space for your cat to relieve themselves is often the first step. But you also need to scoop cat litter daily and clean your feline’s litter box at least once a month—often necessary steps to ensuring the health of your pet as well as keeping your home clean.

Frequently Asked Questions

Often the best way to dispose of cat litter is to use a cat litter scoop to gather clumps of urine and feces, put the waste into a double-lined cat poop disposal bag, tie it tightly and place it in an outdoor trash can that has a lid.

Another great solution is to use a cat litter disposal system. These are typically special, antimicrobial disposal pails that lock away odors when used properly.

Dispose of cat litter in a covered, outdoor trash can, but make sure it’s put into a cat litter bag first. This can help prevent wild animals from rooting around in your trash cans. You shouldn’t scoop kitty waste directly into a trash bin, outside in the dirt or into a toilet.

Yes, you can put cat litter in the garbage, but make sure first to scoop it into a small cat poop bag, tie it tightly and then toss it in the trash can. Don’t put litter directly in your home’s indoor garbage bin. Your cat’s urine and feces could contaminate the air every time you open the garbage and may cause your home to smell if you don’t empty the trash every day.

Your best bet to help limit odors is to scoop the poop into a thick or double-lined cat litter bag and place it in an outdoor garbage bin.

You should completely change cat litter—and wash the litter box with soap and water—every few weeks. This frequency of cat litter disposal should be sufficient if you are scooping your cat’s waste daily.

You can try self-cleaning litter boxes to help make your pet parent life a little easier. The litter is made of crystals that absorb urine and solid waste, which are then raked into a covered area of the tray for odor control. All you have to do is replace the tray every few weeks.