Hi – Please don't use borox with your cats – especially in their litter. As a new cat parent you may not be aware borox is toxic to cats. Many plants, human medicines, esseintial oils, cleaning solutions are.
If you must use it for scent control, put it somewhere the cats can't get to it, but definitely please don't put it in their litter. There are other alternatives out there.
Thank you for your post. We have removed the post suggesting use of borax in kitty litter boxes, but we're grateful to all posting since this is how we learn and grow and share with each other. What a great community you folks make The Frugal Life forum! Thank YOU!
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