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    Front-Entry Litter Box

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    Front/Top-Entry Litter Box

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    Top-Entry Litter Box

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    Open Litter Box

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    Two colors

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    Scratchers & toys

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    Multiple styles, colors & sizes

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    For a tidy litter area

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  • Liners
  • Modkat Liners - Type A (3-Pack) - Modkat

    Type A

  • Flip Liners - Type F (3-Pack) - Modkat

    Type F

  • XL Top Entry Liners - Type C (3-pack) - Modkat

    Modkat XL
    Type C (Top-Entry)

  • XL Front Entry Liners - Type D (3-pack) - Modkat

    Modkat XL
    Type D (Front-Entry)

  • Tray Liners - Type G (3-pack) - Modkat

    Type G

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  • The best tips for living with older cats.

    The best tips for living with older cats. - Modkat

    We love our cats. In fact, we can’t get enough of them. However, as our feline friends grow older, they require special care. It can be challenging to recognize the signs of aging in cats, but adjusting to their changing needs can lead to a happier life for both you and your pet. Living with an older cat can be enjoyable and uncomplicated. 

    Here are some tips for caring for your aging cat:

    1. Recognize the signs that your cat is getting older, such as changes in behavior, movement, and appearance. Regular check-ups with the vet can help ensure your cat gets the best care possible as they age.
    2. Schedule regular appointments with your vet, especially once your cat reaches 10 years old. This will help catch any health issues early and allow for necessary preventive care.
    3. Regular dental care is crucial for older cats, as infected teeth can lead to serious health problems. Regular teeth cleanings can help prevent harmful bacteria from causing kidney and heart issues.
    4. Consider having regular tests performed, such as an electrocardiogram, blood sample analysis, serum panel, and urine analysis, every two years for cats over 10 years old.
    5. Follow your vet's guidelines for any necessary medications, especially for common issues in older cats such as arthritis, deafness, kidney problems, and cancer.
    6. Monitor your cat's diet and ensure they have access to fresh water, making adjustments for any dietary needs. Consider placing water bowls in easily accessible areas of your home.
    7. Adapt to any changes in your cat's behavior and provide accommodations, such as additional litter boxes, to help them feel more comfortable.
    8. Make sure your older cat is comfortable and has everything they need to enjoy their senior years.
    9. Consider investing in high-quality cat products, like Modkat's litter boxes and accessories, designed to provide comfort and convenience for both cats and owners.

    You and your cat deserve the best. Get a Modkat Flip Litter Box, Modkat XL, or Modkat Tray to keep your older cat healthy and reduce litter tracking and odors.

    “It looks nicer than any other hooded or open option we considered.”