This morning, we woke to quite an off-putting smell wafting through our house. We crinkled our noses. We frowned. We glared at each other accusingly. Our eyes watered. Reluctantly, we got out of bed and dressed, we wanted the halls of the house, our faces pinched, our noses held high, sniffing at the air…
Then we came to The Litter Box Room.
Sure, we love our cats. But it doesn’t matter: The Litter Box Room is gross. We’re sick of The Litter Box Room. Of the litter boxes. Of the litter always kicked all over the place, no matter what type of mat we situate beneath the box. Of the poop and the pee, especially the poop and pee of our once-street cat who can’t aim to save his life.
This smelly morning, we gazed up into the darkness and wondered, Why even have cats? We saw ourselves as the creatures, driven and derided by vanity; and our eyes burned with anguish and anger and stink.
In despair we thought, What should we do?
Then we remembered … The I’M KEITH HERNANDEZ Experience™! We fled from The Litter Box Room, fired up TIKHE™, and spoke our fears and hopes and anxieties:
Should we get rid of our cats?
The I’M KEITH HERNANDEZ Experience™: Never! Cats are the meow of life—haven’t you seen me and Hadji?
Well then, should we make our cats outdoor, so they poop and pee in places we never see?
The I’M KEITH HERNANDEZ Experience™: Actually, friends, it’s best to keep your cats indoor, as outdoor cats are susceptible not only to fleas and ticks, but also to communicable diseases like feline AIDS.
Friends, spake The I’M KEITH HERNANDEZ Experience™, what you need is a new litter box: forget this open entry madness. That’s the path toward mess. Instead, let me tell you about the IRIS Top Entry Cat Litter Box with Cat Litter Scoop.