Make sure the litter box is big enough for your cat to move around in and has low sides for easy access.
Choose a litter that your cat prefers, and make sure to scoop it regularly to keep it clean.
Place the litter box in a quiet, private area away from your cat's food and water.
When you first bring your cat home, take them to the litter box and gently scratch their paws in the litter to help them get the idea.
Praise your cat when they use the litter box and offer them a treat.
Stick to a regular feeding and litter box schedule to help your cat establish a routine.
If your cat has an accident outside of the litter box, clean it up immediately to remove any odor.
Reward your cat with treats and praise for using the litter box consistently.
If your cat is avoiding the litter box, it may be a sign of a medical issue, so keep an eye on their behavior.
Training your cat to use the litter box may take time and patience, but with consistency and positive reinforcement, your cat will learn.