Can you put two litter boxes next to each other for one cat?
One of the questions we get most frequently from new cat owners is about the cat’s litter box, especially how many boxes you need and if you can put them next to each other. The short answer is yes. It is perfectly fine to put two litterboxes next to each other.
Is 2 litter boxes enough for 2 cats?
Follow this simple rule: one box per cat, plus one extra. So if you have two cats, you should have three boxes. Making sure everyone has their space can help ease elimination issues. Some owners prefer a hooded box, but some cats don’t like them.
Are litter box enclosures bad for cats?
The Cat’s Perspective of Covered Litter Boxes. A covered box can make a larger cat feel cramped while in there. Covered boxes don’t allow as much air circulation so it takes longer for litter to dry. Odor is contained in the box, so it can be more offensive to the cat who is inside.
Can you stack two litter boxes?
Make Sure There are Multiple, Well-Placed Stations. Litter boxes define territory, and every box should serve its purpose as a signpost by being placed in different locations in the home. Think of it as having multiple door mats. You wouldn’t stack them all at your front door.