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Aha, I tried googling it, so I thought it was something like that. I can't see it from the pic though. Yes, it does seem rather small.

We use this one in the biggest size.
But if your cat isn't very long at this age, he will probably not get much longer, only a little, I think. They usually grow more muscles and grow in width the broadness will continue growing, this after they're 1 year. At least that's how it is with Maine Coons. I figured it might be something similar with Ragdolls, since they're also rather big.
But all cats are different, some Maine Coons and Ragdolls are smaller than others
Your litter box looks nice. Do you use clumping clay?

Yes, it is pee wee litter box, the photo, however, does not do justice to the actual size.

Right now, it still able to climb into and does its business. If you're right, then probably I don't have to worry. If the contrary happens, maybe I'll just enroll it for a weight loss program.
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Your litter box looks nice. Do you use clumping clay?

Yes, it is pee wee litter box, the photo, however, does not do justice to the actual size.

Right now, it still able to climb into and does its business. If you're right, then probably I don't have to worry. If the contrary happens, maybe I'll just enroll it for a weight loss program.
I use crystals. I think they are genius. They take away the odor and you only need to change it like once a month, but with hot weather you may do it more often. And you need to scoop out the poop daily. My tiny apartment is completely odor free

Haha, but when I said they grow in broadness, I didn't mean that they got fatter. As long as you feel the spine through some flesh, you shouldn't have to worry at all
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I use crystals. I think they are genius. They take away the odor and you only need to change it like once a month, but with hot weather you may do it more often. And you need to scoop out the poop daily. My tiny apartment is completely odor free

Haha, but when I said they grow in broadness, I didn't mean that they got fatter. As long as you feel the spine through some flesh, you shouldn't have to worry at all
Crystals are good but I am suffering from Rhinitis so I switch to wood pellets. Yes, you're right. As I live in a hot tropical climate, I need to change the crystals after a few days of usage. There is a cat toilet which has a auto-mechanical scoop for clearing poop. Is it good? My apartment is small too.

I feed my ginger kitty a raw diet so its solid waste doesn't smell too much. My Ragdoll kitty's stomach is not 'strong' so I feed it cooked chicken thigh, gizzard and liver. I notice after feeding the Ragdoll with herbal pills, the adour of its waste matter is not as empowering as before. I also feed seaweed pills to my cats as seaweed contains taurine (help to fight blindness in cats).

I am just kidding with the weight loss thingy.
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