Feline wellbeing series part 2: Providing optimum litter facilities
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Feline wellbeing series part 2: Providing optimum litter facilities

Author: Alexandra Taylor RVN CertSAN ISFMDipFN&AdvCertFB | Added 09/04/2021 10:10

Veterinary nurses are often the first port of call for owners if they need advice about their cat’s toileting habits, so being well informed about this subject is key! Providing the most species-appropriate litter facilities for cats is vital, as it can help encourage litter tray use, prevent conflict in multi-cat households and even help prevent stress-related illnesses such as feline idiopathic cystitis.

This webinar is suitable for veterinary nurses and other veterinary professionals, providing the information they need to keep cat owners informed about this important subject, helping to prevent issues such as house-soiling, improving feline welfare and the human-animal bond. In this webinar you will learn:

  • Why cats need good litter facilities
  • The advantages/disadvantages of litter tray types, sizes, locations, substrates
  • Litter tray cleaning protocols
  • Litter trays and multi-cat households
  • Outside toileting facilities
  • Litter tray aversions
  • Litter facilities for kittens and older cats
  • Litter tray considerations for hospitalised cats
£5.00

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