3. Find the right spot
Place the litter box in a quiet and easily accessible location, such as a bathroom or laundry. Avoid high-traffic areas or loud noises, as kittens prefer a peaceful, private environment for their bathroom activities.
4. Establish a routine
After meals, naps, or when you notice your kitten displaying signs of needing to go, like sniffing around or squatting, gently place them in the litter box. This helps them associate the box with the proper place for their bathroom needs.
5. Positive reinforcement
Celebrate your kitten’s successes in the litter box with praise and encouragement. Offer verbal affirmations like “good job,” give them a gentle pat, or reward them with a treat to create a positive connection with using the litter box.