Blue Buffalo Naturally Fresh Pellet Non-Clumping Litter is made from a proprietary blend of the fibrous materials from the walnut shell. It's laboratory-tested to have up to 2.5-7 times the odor control of other pellet litters. Unlike clay litters, which often throw off silica dust, Blue's Pellet Litter is virtually dust-free so you and your cat can breathe easier. And because it doesn’t stick to your cat’s paws, it won't be tracked throughout the house.
- Blue Buffalo Naturally Fresh Pellet is non-clumping and formulated to control up to 7X more ammonia causing odors than leading non-clumping litters. It's ideal for homes that needs a litter that provides exceptional odor.
- If offers superior absorption and odor control because it's made from a proprietary blend of walnut shells, proven to neutralize odor better than clay, pine and wheat litters. In fact, it absorbs 3X more that the leading brand clay litter. Since it's more absorbent you can use less meaning one bag goes a lot farther that an equally sized clay litter.
- Naturally Fresh litter is 100% natural and eco-friendly. It's made from annually renewable sources and is biodegradable if composted or disposed of in a similar fashion. It contains no chemical, toxins, clay, corn, or grains, so it's safe for you and your kitten.
- Virtually dust-free means you can breathe easier in your home, unlike clay litter which throws off silica dust, which isn't good for pets or owners with respiratory problems. It's low tracking so you won't have litter throughout your home carried by your furry friend's paws.
- Made in the USA from homegrown walnut shells!
Wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. Cat feces sometimes carry parasites that can cause toxoplasmosis. Pregnant women and people with suppressed immune systems should avoid contact with used cat litter.
Start by placing one to two inches of BLUE Naturally Fresh Litter in a clean cat litter box. Top dress with enough of your current cat litter to cover BLUE Naturally Fresh Multi-Cat Quick-Clumping Litter. Each time you change the litter, reduce the amount of your current litter. It typically takes one or two changes for most cats to be comfortable with a new litter. Repeat reducing the amount of your current litter if needed.
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