Training made easy when instinct plays a factor
Training a cat can be a trying, if not a futile endeavor, but when it comes to litter boxes, training becomes easy. While felines tend to have a mind of their own without a desire to follow human requests, their instinct to bury its business is evident quickly after birth. Whether feral or domesticated, the natural instinct to handle their waste is to cover it up. When you place your feline family member in an area where there is clean kitty litter in a private location, the business of doing business comes quite naturally. Though its human owner might consider this a sign of superior intelligence, the reality is it’s an easy task for cats to accomplish. Some might consider it a miracle, others might be awe-inspired, but most are thankful for the ease of this training driven by instinctual behavior.
Understanding whose boss in the pack is a message easily conveyed
Cats, feral or domesticated, choose to bury their waste to cover the scent from predators and competitors. In groups of feral cats, the dominant cats sometimes leave the feces uncovered to mark their territory, while those who are subordinate cover their waste to accept their role in the group. Domesticated cats also perform this primal ritual when there is more than one cat in the home. One of the cats may choose to perform this dominant behavior to ensure other feline friends understand whose boss of their domain. Most often, the others accept this dominant stand, and take the less dominant role by covering their waste.
Quick and easy process in a few easy steps
When introducing your newest family addition to his or her home, keep in mind that introducing the litter box is a part of this process. Bring your cat to the litter box of your choosing; place him or her in the litter box a few times. The best time to do this is after awakening from a nap or after mealtimes. Once performed a few times, the message is understood where to deposit his or her waste. Occasionally, you may see your cat perform an action of scratching around its food. This is an effort to cover their food in the same fashion as their waste. This instinctual behavior is driven by their desire to protect their food from being eaten by another cat.
When considering a litter box, look no further than the amazing design in the Grand Poo Box litter box. As your feline family member wows you with his or her instinctive behavior, let the Grand Poo Box amaze with its sleek, contemporary, cost effective design.
About Grand PooBox
The Grand PooBox started as a simple concept from a cat owner and interior designer who decided to improve the average litter box design while containing the daily mess. The Grand PooBox reduces the amount of litter scattered on floors using an internal grated ramp as well as incorporating a stylish modern look. After appearing on Steve Harvey’s Funderdome, the Grand PooBox continues to innovate super modern, yet functional litter box designs.