9. CHANGE YOUR CAT'S DIET
You know the maxim: “You are what you eat.” It certainly applies to our pets, too. And, when it comes to cats, their diet can directly affect both the odor as well as the amount of urine and feces that get expelled into the litter box. It’s important to try and buy the best food that you can afford. Your pet’s nutrition is not where you should be trying to cut costs. Good nutrition promotes overall health and well-being. But in the short term, it has a direct effect on the litter box, too. Cheaper foods are often bulked up with fillers, by-products and ingredients that cats are either allergic to or find harder to digest. The result is smelly odor, as well as more fecal matter landing in the litter box.