Controlling Litter Box Odor: A How To Guide

by alexandra

controlling litter box odorAnyone who has ever had a cat knows that they are remarkably self-sufficient. They can hunt for themselves, defend themselves, clean themselves and entertain themselves. If we’re being honest, all your cat truly needs you for is one very smelly job.

There’s nothing worse than inviting people over and realizing as soon as the doorbell rings that you’ve forgotten to empty the litter box. No matter how much you love your cats, it’s impossible to love the litter box. The litter ends up everywhere, it always seems to be full and the smell can be unbearable. With all you have to do on a daily basis, who has time to worry about a smelly litter box?

There is a solution to this age old problem that doesn’t involve becoming a dog person instead. To save you time and what remains of your olfactory senses, here is a how to guide on controlling litter box odor.

Step 1: Accept the Poop

The first step to solving a problem is admitting that you have one: your house smells like cat poop. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, there’s only one smart thing left to do.

Step 2: Order a Litter Champ

An artist can’t paint without a top quality brush. A pilot can’t fly without a fully-functioning plane. When you have a tough job to do, you need the best possible tool. In this case, your best tool is the Litter Champ, an all-in-one pet waste solution that takes every unappealing aspect of cleaning the litter box and turns it into a walk in the park.

Step 3: Scoop the Poop

When your cat has finished with the litter box, just grab the included scoop that hangs conveniently on the side of the unit. The scoop will allow the excess litter to fall back into the box through the slots.

Step 4: Drop the Poop

Poop poised, step on the foot pedal to open the lid and open the double-seal mouth of the Litter Champ. Toss the waste into the opening. As you lift your foot off the pedal, the mouth of the can will close and the lid will drop, ensuring a double-seal that keeps odor and bacteria inside. Revel in the fact that no part of your body came into contact with anything gross.

Step 5: Remove the Poop

Once the Litter Champ is full, simply open the door and cut the top of the continuous bag. Since the bags are continuous, as soon as you tie the bottom of the next bag and pull it down, you’re all done. No more hunting for old grocery bags that may or may not have a surprise hole in the bottom. And the Litter Champ bags are economically friendly, unlike plastic grocery bags which do not decompose.

Now that you have the ultimate guide to controlling litter box odor, you can spend less time worrying about odor and more time with your kitties.