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By  Jackey  |  27

If someone attached mechanical devices that made noise and scrapped the water in your toilet, and you didn't have a clue to why, you might find a new place to squat too ;)

That said, try putting the old little box next to the new for awhile, until they get acclimated to the new box. You can also transfer small amount of used litter to the new box, so there's that "sandbox smell."

By  KaD6  |  21

When you change litter boxes, put the new one NEXT to the old one. Then gradually clean the old one less, the cats will switch to using the cleaner litter box.

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By  Jackey  |  27

If someone attached mechanical devices that made noise and scrapped the water in your toilet, and you didn't have a clue to why, you might find a new place to squat too ;)

That said, try putting the old little box next to the new for awhile, until they get acclimated to the new box. You can also transfer small amount of used litter to the new box, so there's that "sandbox smell."

By  KaD6  |  21

When you change litter boxes, put the new one NEXT to the old one. Then gradually clean the old one less, the cats will switch to using the cleaner litter box.

By  QueenSaru  |  27

What the other commentors have said, but also, ideally you should have one box per cat plus an extra. One for four cats is not a good thing, it can cause territoriality and aggression.