Or what is the name of the movement of the cat or dog's paws after they went to the toilet on the ground? Or, for example, when a dog is burying a bone, are they rowing (on the lawn or ground)? Thanks.
The animal is said to paw the ground when it scrapes it with its paws (or with its hooves, as the case may be).
See paw, verb.
When a dog is digging a hole to bury a bone, the animal is said to dig. There's no special verb that means "to dig a hole with the paws".
An animal that digs a tunnel is said to burrow.
No, not rowing. You can describe their actions as scratching, scraping, scuffing or clawing, depending on the context, although one often speaks of dogs covering their excrement with dirt or kicking dirt over their excrement.
The closest English word for the Slavic рити/рыть should be "dig" and for заривати/зарывать it's "bury".
Rowing(гребти/грести) describes the act of propelling a boat with a paddle and cannot be applied to solid substances.