Cut down on sawdust, tracking, and save pellets.
Step 1: You Will Need
Two litter box pans
- They need to be the same size on the perimeter, but one needs to be shallower than the other. I used my old litter box as the bottom and bought another at the store. Bring it in with you to test.
Drill and 11/64 sized bit
- I took one pellet to the hardware store and measured this size to be the perfect size.
Ruler and pen
- For measuring and marking the holes on the top pan.
Step 2: Measure the Holes
In each square, draw a grid spaced 1/4 inch apart.
Where the lines intersect, you will drill a hole.
If you are using an existing litter pan, disinfect before measuring.
Step 3: Drill Holes
Again, your holes don't have to be perfect, but having many holes will allow all the sawdust to sift out effectively.
This will create a lot of debris, have a vacuum close by.
Step 4: How to Use
In the bottom pan, place a handful of pellets. This will absorb and urine that might fall through the top pan.
When cleaning, first scoop out any feces.
To help sift out the sawdust, stir the pellets thoroughly, the sawdust will naturally fall to the bottom while the good pellets will rise to the top.
Bags of litter will last much longer because there is virtually no wasted pellets.