I have 8 cats and 1 dog. All of them are allowed to go outside in a fenced back yard. the...
problem is that my yard is becoming a hugh cat box. how do i manage the feces and flys?
1. Give away or let someone else help take care.
2. Train them for a special sandbox outside
3. Buy a lot of litterboxes
4. If lucky enough try to sell feces to people who would find use of them ex. farmers
The same way you do with any pets, regardless of the number...manually pick it up. Cats are a bit easier to train to a specific spot with sand, a very large pan of litter, etc., but then it still needs to be removed and thrown away. One of the easiest pickup methods I've ever used outside is a long-handled dust pan and a rake with teeth that are very close together; this keeps it hands-off and doesn't tear up your back in the process.
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