If you have a cat, you probably have heard the old saying: “Never, ever leave a litter box in the sun.”
A new litter box can help, according to a study from the University of Texas at Austin.
Researchers at the university surveyed the litter box experience of 3,000 households in the Austin area.
They found that the number of litter boxes that were left in the summer and winter decreased significantly as the season progressed, and that owners were more likely to bring litter boxes in when they felt they needed to.
In a study published in the journal Animal Behaviour, the team found that litter boxes were most often left in sunny weather.
In a report published last month, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) also noted that the summer of 2012 was the hottest on record for Texas, and more people are dying from heat-related illnesses than any other time in recorded history.
In the wake of the recent heat wave, some people have suggested bringing cat litter boxes with them.
And it seems unlikely that many people will want to go outside in the heat, and some cat owners might prefer to leave litter boxes outside.
The researchers found that cats in warmer climates were more inclined to bring their litter boxes inside, as did cats in cooler climates.
But in a new study, the University at Buffalo researchers say the answer is probably not to leave your cat in a cat litter box when you’re in the middle of a hot summer.
Instead, the researchers recommend using a planter that can be easily washed, and one that has a low ceiling and can be left outside when the temperature drops.
This is because it is easier to leave a trash bag on top of the planter to prevent the cats from getting trapped inside it.