How do I help my kitty adjust to the new litter?

It's common for cats to need a period of transition to any new type of litter.  We recommend that you sprinkle some of your cat's old litter on top of the new litter.  You can add about a half-inch up to an inch of your existing litter on top of the Kitty Poo Club litter.  As your cat walks in the litter, it will gradually stir the two litters together.

As creatures of habit, cats will often gravitate to what they're familiar with.  It's important to remove access to old litter boxes so your cat's only choice is to try the new litter.  Sometimes this may result in your cat pooping or urinating outside the box which is not ideal, but your cat will eventually transition to the new litter.  If this continues, you can bring the old litter box back to give your cat a break, and then repeat the process again after a day or two.

The overall goal is to help your cat become familiar with the new Kitty Poo Club litter.  As your cat adjusts, you should be able to gradually use only Kitty Poo Club litter.  With your next box you can try a thin layer of your existing litter on top of the Kitty Poo Club litter, or try just the new litter by itself.
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