Cat litter box furniture – Make the transition from your cat sand crystals slowly. This is especially important if you’re using a type of sand with a very different consistency, as the binder “arena”. Compared with sand, crystal may be more keen on your cat’s paws. Although not damaged, the cat needs getting used to. The glass transition can be achieved by adding to the usual slow sand cat but surely, increasing the amount every few days.
Let your cat’s curiosity assist in the process. In addition to housing with mixed sand, a separate box filled with sand crystals and put it beside the usual cat litter box furniture. Some cats will avoid, but others will be curious and start using the box with sand crystals alone.
Keep the cat litter box furniture meticulously clean waste. The sand crystals is very absorbent and does an excellent job in controlling odors, but do not let this be an excuse to pass a long time between cleanings of the box. Use a brand that combines crystals bonded sand if your cat does not fully agree sand crystals. Although the combination of the sand is not as absorbent as crystals alone, still have some benefits.