Fruit Flies in Cat Litter Box

I have two cats, both are females (one white and one black) and they have their own litter boxes. Both boxes are about two feet from each other. I clean each litter box once a week with bleach. I recently started doing this because fruit flies have been coming out of only one litter box, and it's the white cat's litter box. They both eat the same type of food. Why are they only coming out of hers and not the other's?

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January 29, 20170 found this helpful

First, are you sure that only one cat uses that litter box? If so, you might want to take her to the vet. Believe it or not, this might be a sign of diabetes or kidney troubles. When insects start being attracted to something in the urine, this is not a good sign. It can mean excess sugar in the urine.

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March 1, 20170 found this helpful

You can hang fly strips by the litter box

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