We needs to review some cat litter we won so I am going to let Mommy take over. ~Socks, reporting for ATCAD
I am going to start with the con as there is only one as far as I can tell and that is, it is very pricey. Having multiple cats there is no way I could pay for this litter. It's around $7 per 13.2lb bag at my local grocery store. With 5 cats that would mean paying $35 a week for cat litter and I just can't do that. If I could this would be my litter of choice.
- Available in fresh scent or unscented
- Softer texture pellets feel more like regular clay
- Ideal for everyday use
- Made with recycled paper
- Packaging is recyclable (where facilities exists)
- 3x more moisture absorbent than clay*
- 99.7% dust free
- Designed for low tracking
- Tough on odors
- Non-toxic (safe if ingested)
- Available in 4.4 lb., 8.0lb., 13.2 lb., and 26.4 lb. packages
It really is dust free. I don't usually deal with the litter-boxes (sometimes I am forced to as the guys aren't available for litter-box duty and my cheif complaint is the dust), but I have done Chimera's and I don't mind at all as there is zero dust. She hasn't tracked any out of the crate and hardly any out of the litter-box itself (she can actually get in and out of the gate, it's to keep the big cats and the dogs out). The crate is in my dining room and we haven't had any problems with smell, unlike the litter-boxes in the garage.
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I didn't have any trouble getting Chimera to use the Clear Value Cat Litter after using this, so I am assuming it does feel like regular clay to her. ~Alasandra