21 days to a Litter Free Home

Here’s the book that the two billion dollar a year kitty litter industry doesn’t want you to know about – a fool proof program. A book on how to Toilet Train your Cat by Paul Kunkel. There there is a will there is a way for almost anything why not toilet train your cat? This book will give you the knowledge and skills to put down your litter scoop and sifter to enjoy a litter free home.

About the Arthur

Paul Kunkel, who toilet-trained his first cat while in college and who has continued to train his own and his friends’ cats ever since, presents a foolproof, 21-Day-Program for teaching any litter-trained cat between the ages of 6 months and 10 years to use a toilet instead of a litter box. (Older cats can still be trained, but the process will probably take longer.) Requiring nothing more than magazines and/or newspapers, masking tape, heavy-duty plastic wrap, and a supply of fresh litter, the plan begins with you placing the box next to the toilet and, after gradually raising it to the height of the seat, ends with the cat–well, using it like any other member of the family. For life.

Along the way, concerned owners learn why toilet-trained cats may be happier and healthier cats. In well-researched, fact-filled text, Kunkel traces the history and behavior of this barely domesticated animal and proves why the box is bad for cats; why many cats equate the smell of a litter box with danger; and why the fragrances, deodorants, dyes, and disinfectants found in most litters are detrimental to your pet’s well-being.

Even though this would be great for any cat we decided not to try this on Angel even though she could be a good candidate for toilet training. Though we love the ideas of how to train your cat on a toilet and looks very simple process reading through this book. I think it comes down to your lifestyle and preferences. Could you see Angel toilet trained?  I could , definitely because she is a fast learner and loves to please us in every way.

The book reviews on Amazon and other sites have shown it works to toilet train your cat in 21 says and having the freedom from buying litter again. If you are interested in reading this book here are some links for you…

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41 thoughts on “21 days to a Litter Free Home

  1. Dave Higgins says:

    The issue that everyone I know whose tried this encountered is toilet access: most cats can neither open doors or lids, nor understand the concept of queuing. So, one has to leave the bathroom door open and the lid up, and expect at some forceful attempts to enter.

  2. Clare Hemington DipCAPBT says:

    I’m not sure about this. I have seen instances where it works, but it somehow smacks of us once again trying to ‘humanise’ cats because there are aspects of owning them that we find less acceptable than others, such as litter trays. Our cats evolved from the African Wild Cat Cats, a desert dweller and it could be for this reason that they’re instinctively drawn to sand-like substrates to toilet in. Litter gives them something to dig around in, and importantly, a means of covering up their pee and poo, which from the cat’s perspective may be more acceptable and more comfortable than toileting into a big hole!

  3. Kris says:

    We wanted to try this, but were training our youngest boy at the time. Since the kitten/cat figured out the box fairly quickly, we opted to keep working on toilet training the son! (he eventually got it, too)

  4. angela1313 says:

    If you can train your cat to do it it’s great. I will surely get a copy of this book for my library. But my senior and special needs cat’s can’t handle climbing an American style toilet. For kitttens it would be a drowning hazard too.

  5. amusingword says:

    So, you risk having cat hair and cat poop on your toilet seat. Many cats drink from clean toilet water after all and are perched on your toilet seat. Maybe the thought of a cat’s feet in poopy and pee-y kitty litter turns you off so you prefer the toilet seat instead? . Especially when the cat hops on the table or counter where you cook and eat.

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  8. Denise Sanders says:

    Wow! What a fantastic idea! Just think of all the kitty litter saved and the amount of money saved if you could train an indoor kitty like this! Xxxxxx

  9. 15andmeowing says:

    I think cats prefer to have something to dig and cover with , if someone doesn’t like that then they shouldn’t get a cat. Plus 13 cats using my toilet would clog the septic system 🙂

  10. flyhummingbirdfly says:

    My cat socks was toilet train. She was able to urinate in the toilet bowl but defecation was a separate problem due to angle and her balancing being off. However did this for years but I ultimately took her off it as I felt that she was holding her wee in longer as compared to have the litter tray around. I posted a video of her on the toilet bowl in one of my recent posts!

  11. zodiacimmortal says:

    Reblogged this on ZodiacImmortal and commented:
    My aunt didn’t even train her cat it just started using the toilet on its own, but that’s because it was originally my Gram’s cat who was used to being an only cat. So when my Gram had to move in to one of those retirement home (not assisted) my aunt took the cat (snowball) in. Snowball learned how to use the toilet on her own!

  12. terrepruitt says:

    Amazon just sent me an e-mail regarding this book. Funny. I know what would happen in my family, one cat would use the toilet and the other one wouldn’t, so we would still have to have a litter box. Plus, I have a feeling one of them would play in the toilet! That would not be good. Plus . . . since we ALWAYS put the lid down there would be a day we would forget to leave it up and then — poor kitty! Like you said, it might work for some people and their cats!

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