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Frisco Training & Potty Pads, 22-in x 23-in

Frisco Training & Potty Pads, 22-in x 23-in

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    Best Training Pads!

    By KittyTrainer on Jul 28, 2018

    These puppy training pads are the most absorbent that we have tried. My polydactyl cat doesn't like litter much- I think the roughness bothers his tender paws. We have 1 litter box with soft wood litter in it (I ordered from Chewy) & 2 litter boxes with puppy pee pads in them. He holds in too long sometimes These puppy training pads are the most absorbent that we have tried. My polydactyl cat doesn't like litter much- I think the roughness bothers his tender paws. We have 1 litter box with soft wood litter in it (I ordered from Chewy) & 2 litter boxes with puppy pee pads in them. He holds in too long sometimes and when he went on the previous pee pads I bought at a local store they didn't absorb fast enough & he ended up with wet paws. This caused him to hold in longer & as a result there was more urine & he got wetter paws-a vicious cycle. I ordered these pads & they absorb fast & thoroughly. By the way, cats need to scratch something before urinating, so we have a wooden cat tree & a hanging sisal scratcher for him to scratch on. … more

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    Don't believe the "hype". They don't absorb - pee fans out all over pad.

    By grantvega on Aug 3, 2018

    These pee pads might be OK if you have a teacup-sized 6 lb dog that pees a half-ounce every time. Why? NO SOAKING ACTION. The pads advertise several layers, yet these layers are thinner than a piece of copy paper - you can't really call it a layer! Hence, the whole pad doesn't absorb anything; when the These pee pads might be OK if you have a teacup-sized 6 lb dog that pees a half-ounce every time. Why? NO SOAKING ACTION. The pads advertise several layers, yet these layers are thinner than a piece of copy paper - you can't really call it a layer! Hence, the whole pad doesn't absorb anything; when the dog goes to pee, the pee spreads out just as it would if the dog peed on a tile floor. Tldr: No absorbing action. Don't buy - there are better products out there for similar cost (ones where pee activates the pad, turns it to gel). … more

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