We have a new addition to our camping brigade this year – our Ragdoll cat, Max.
Max’s litter box currently resides in our basement and is out of sight and out of mind. It’s an ideal situation for our home, but not so much in our trailer.
So, lately we have been asking ourselves a few questions in preparation for Max’s maiden voyage:
1. How do you hide a litter box in a trailer?
2. How do you avoid the litter box smell in such a small place?
3. Why on earth can’t the cat use the toilet like the rest of us?
Wait a minute, Mr. Jinx was toilet trained.
Can we toilet train our cat?
I am not sure how successful it’s going to be, but we are going into this with an open mind.
Toilet training your cat appears to be about a two month process, so if we start in the next couple of weeks, then we should be all set for camping season.
Do you think they sell “Do Not Disturb – The Cat is Using the John” signs that we can hang on our door to warn our visitors of our toilet trained cat?
I’ll let everyone know how the toilet training process is going!