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    Re: Controlling odour in multi-cat home

    There's that commercial for Fresh Step cat litter that guarantees to make your house seem once again like a 'one-cat home', even though you have multiple cats. I have never owned a cat. And I have no sense of smell. So I am probably the last one in the world that should be replying here, lol. But maybe that Fresh Step brand would help.

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    Controlling odour in multi-cat home

    i live in a mult-cat home, and the litter box is in the basement. i clean it everyday, and try to clean out the whole thing and rinse the boxes once a week, but it still stinks! any advice on controlling cat box odours? Would one of those electronic litterboxes help?

    I've had my cat's for many years, before when i lived in an apartment i just keep the box on the balcony, and that was good but i don't have a screened off porch, any advice? i want the basement to be a rec room not a stinky cat poo room!


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    THANX!

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    Re: Controlling odour in multi-cat home

    Ive heard the purina multi-cat one is really good. I can't say for sure, though, but that is what many of the people I know use, and I can't smell anything...

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    Re: Controlling odour in multi-cat home

    Do you use clumping litter? I think that might help, because the urine doesn't soak into the plastic of the litter box. But I don't have a cat...

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