October 09, 2014

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The cat who inspired it all

Jackson the blind cat inspired a business that helps beloved cats everywhere. As Jackson got older, his eye sight took a turn for the worst, making it difficult for him to find the litter box. He eventually went blind. Not only was this uncomfortable for Jackson, but our family as well. As Jackson continued to LG struggle making his way to the litter box, we were constantly right behind him cleaning up. However, this wasn't enough of a reason to give up. He wasn't just a cat, he was part of our family. He rode along on family trips and made lasting impressions on everyone he met. Refusing to give up on our blind companion, we knew something had to be done---Litter Getter was born.

Get to know LG's Founders

JP | Raised on a farm in Eastern Nebraska, JP is proud of his heritage. His family has been farming the same ground for 142 years. He received an outstanding education in Agriculture and was fortunate to also follow his dream of studying abroad in France. After receiving his MBA, he was extremely thankful for the opportunity he had to work with some of the biggest business' in the world doing management consulting. However, he realized it wasn't what he was passionate about. He traded in his suit and tie for blue jeans and boots and followed his passion for Agriculture. JP stands by his grandpa's philosophy “Take care of the ground and it'll take care of you.”

Sam | Born in Uzbekistan, Sam came to the United States at the age of 16 to pursue an American education. The brave decision to move across the world was the driving force behind his ambition and determination. Sam uses his knowledge and charisma to navigate Litter Getters's future to become the leading provider of cat litter training solutions.


Do Cats Really Hate Water?

The sound of water makes cats run to the farthest point of the house.

It is impossible to bathe your cat.

Even the outdoor cat won’t go outside when it’s raining.

We’ve all heard these before. But how much truth lies behind those statements? Do cats really hate water? 

The quick and simple answer is no. Cats don’t necessarily hate water. In fact, there are breeds of cats, like the Turkish Van cat (also known as the “swimming cat”) that enjoy being in waters. So why does this myth about cats and water exist?

According to Animal Planet, since the early ages of domesticating cats, owners have shielded felines from water. These wild cats were primarily from Europe, Africa and China and did not need water to adapt and evolve. Scientists believe this transcended to today’s cats being “afraid” of water. But history alone doesn’t justify this myth. Forcing a cat to bathe, or using water for disciplinary action can result in a feline’s negativity towards water. Baths may be a cat’s worst enemy. Therefore it is recommended to start bathing them as kittens, so they get accustomed to the process.

So you may never get your cat to like baths, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like water. House cats are actually quite intrigued by water. Ever notice your cat running towards the sound of water? How about dipping its paw into a bowl of water? Most common would be the faucet. Cats are fascinated by dripping (and non-dripping) faucets and will try to catch the drops with its paws.

Still not convinced? Here’s a video compilation of cats and water:

What is your cat’s experience with water?

 

  


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