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Description

Fresh News cat litter provides outstanding odor control and superior absorption. The paper moisture absorbing pellets retain their form allowing you to see and scoop the soiled areas while reducing tracking around your home.

Key Benefits

  • Pellets contain baking soda to quickly neutralize litter tray odors
  • Low tracking, soft pellets retain their form, helping to reduce pellets from sticking to your cat or kittens paws and tracking around your home
  • Retain 3X more moisture
  • Made with 100% recycled paper, Fresh News is biodegradable and helping to reduce landfill space and save trees from being harvested!
  • 99% dust free and 100% non-allergenic

Cautions

Pregnant women and people with immune deficiencies should wash their hands thoroughly after handling any used cat litter. Dispose of cat waste and litter in household rubbish only. Used litter is not recommended for garden use.

Ingredients

Made with 100% Recycled Paper.

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  • Item Number
    61629
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Paper
  • Litter Feature
    Unscented, Non-Clumping, Biodegradable, Odor Control

Instructions

Pour 2-3 inches of Fresh News into a clean litter tray just as you would ordinary clay litter. We recommend you remove the soiled pellets on a daily basis. The litter tray should be emptied, washed and deodorized on a regular basis.

Some cats have a difficult time changing litters. If you cat does not readily accept Fresh News, follow these directions: * Week 1: Mix 1 inch of Fresh News in with your cat's current litter. * Week 2: Mix 2 inches of Fresh News in with your cat's current litter. * Week 3 100% Fresh News

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  • This works fine - EXCEPT

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    You can't scoop out the litter and get the dirty stuff only as it doesn't clump AND the clean stuff doesn't fit thru the slots in any scoops of the 4 different scoops that I own. It also doesn't fit between the slots on my multi level slotted litter box. So when it's time to get rid of it the whole box of litter must be tossed and replaced. So it's not economical and it wastes unused litter. But since I bought it very cheaply, I'm not totally sure about the costs verses other litter, but the "puritan" in me cringes about tossing anything that is unused even if it's cheap.

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  • good paper litter

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    2 of my 3 cats prefer to pee on paper, and this is a good open texture that let's them walk and scratch as they like. It's possible to scoop most of each incident, so the box stays fresh enough for quite a while. In fact, leaving just a bit of used pellet seems attractive to them. This paper litter also darkens a bit when wettened, which is helpful to me.

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  • superb on all counts

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    I recently went back to using this product after experimenting with some other nonclumping/pellet litters. I favor nonclumping because even the organic-material clumpers invariably leave fine (and potentially harmful) dust on my boys' fur/skin and all over the surrounding environment. I like to remove wet nonclumping pellets whenever I can isolate them, but Fresh News is so incredibly moisture-absorbent, while also being hugely odor-absorbent, that I often miss the boat, which is a GOOD thing. In other words, urine gets absorbed and dries (without leaving an odor) so quickly that I often miss the chance to isolate and remove the latest 'event'. . .Sure, urinary product and bacteria remain I recently went back to using this product after experimenting with some other nonclumping/pellet litters. I favor nonclumping because even the organic-material clumpers invariably leave fine (and potentially harmful) dust on my boys' fur/skin and all over the surrounding environment. I like to remove wet nonclumping pellets whenever I can isolate them, but Fresh News is so incredibly moisture-absorbent, while also being hugely odor-absorbent, that I often miss the boat, which is a GOOD thing. In other words, urine gets absorbed and dries (without leaving an odor) so quickly that I often miss the chance to isolate and remove the latest 'event'. . .Sure, urinary product and bacteria remain present in the box, but even clumping litter cannot entirely prevent that. . . In summary, Fresh News is the most dust-free of ANY litter of ANY kind I've ever tried. . .and also designed for easiest-possible clean up of the area surrounding litter box. And to my great delight, it TRULY is fragrance- and odor-free. . .Not a trace of the oil/gas smell I get with some other paper pellet litters, and not a trace of the perfume that some companies seem to put even in their so-called "fragrance-free" pellet litters. . . Crossing fingers that this product remains available in perpetuity. . . … more

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  • I liked it and my cats do too

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    It reduces the smell a lot. However if you are a scooper , you wont like it; its like little kibbles and you do best if you leave a small amount in the pan then just trash it all at once; I have several cats and pans so I clean and refill often. This litter however was priced great and as long as I can get it , I am making it my personal go-to. It wont stir up any dust like clay litter since its paper.

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  • Natural Alternative

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    It took a while to get my clay loving cats to get use to it. I kept adding it to the clay until the clay was all used up. They are getting much better at burying their solids.

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  • Great litter for kittens

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    I foster kittens for wells valley and this litter is what I use for the kittens. It is easy ti use and easy to clean up.

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  • Absorbent

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    Needing a litter for my house rabbits' litter boxes, I'm pleased that Fresh News is safe for rabbits. It's dust-free, very absorbent, and when emptying the litter box everything can go straight to the compost heap. It doesn't get tracked out of the litter box nor does it get caught in the Angora bunnies' long hair. It doesn't have the odor control masking that some cat litters have, but emptying the litter box when it's needing it is order control without the chemicals.

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  • I love it! It's great!

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    We have two cats and Fresh News Cat Litter has eliminated orders greatly. There isn't a sign of odor. We didn't mix it with the regular cat litter at first and one cat went right to it and other would not. So I read the package and it said to mix the litters... we did and now no problem.

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  • BETTER than clay & clumpers for my cat's ASTHMA.

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    While this litter hasn't cured my cat's asthma -- it sure has cut down on her asthma attacks & that makes me happy! This litter does not clump so here are a couple of tips that I have found make using it real easy. First thing tho -- you'll have to have a real smart cat like mine! :) She pee's at the front end of her litter box & does her business on the back end. (1). Use a thinner layer of this litter than you would do with regular clumping litters. These pellets can stack up into a little mountain real easy if you use as much as with regular litters & your cat is a good cover-upper like mine. (2). I use liners in my litter box. To CONSERVE liners and make clean up easier since this doesn't While this litter hasn't cured my cat's asthma -- it sure has cut down on her asthma attacks & that makes me happy! This litter does not clump so here are a couple of tips that I have found make using it real easy. First thing tho -- you'll have to have a real smart cat like mine! :) She pee's at the front end of her litter box & does her business on the back end. (1). Use a thinner layer of this litter than you would do with regular clumping litters. These pellets can stack up into a little mountain real easy if you use as much as with regular litters & your cat is a good cover-upper like mine. (2). I use liners in my litter box. To CONSERVE liners and make clean up easier since this doesn't clump I line the bottom of the front where she wets by recycling my old plastic grocery sacks. Here's how I do it. Take scissors & slice off the bottom seal. Then slice up the middle of either the front or back. Cut the handles on the middle seals. Spread open. (The large front or back section will lay on the bottom of your liner in the litter box, the halves will go over the sides & the top & handles will hang over either the front or back depending on how you place it & can tuck under (clip off the stray fray pieces between the handles after you tuck). It won't go all the way along the bottom so strategically place it where your cat usually wets. I add baking soda between the liner & my stack of grocery sacks (I usually layer about 4 grocery sacks together). Then when she goes I can sift out the duty from the back litter -- put it up in the front wet section -- bring up the sides of the top layered grocery sack -- tie it off & pitch it -- & rotate the back litter to the front over the next grocery sack that was already set up. After I go thru all my stacked grocery sacks it's the liners turn & then I rotate that out & replace it with a new one -- add some more baking soda & newly cut & stacked grocery sacks (about 4). That makes her box real simple & fast to keep clean. You just remove what you need to. :) and I don't have to worry about this litter clumping up my girl's lungs! … more

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  • Glad we switched from clay litter

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    My extremely fuzzy footed Stevie was getting the clay litter stuck in her paws almost daily. It was hard on both of us to wash them. She uses it with a disposable pan. I scoop frequently and dump it completely every few days and re-use the pan for about 3 weeks. The litter surprisingly helps with odor control too. Since it is much lighter than clay, it makes for carrying the bag to the trash so much easier me! The other 2 kitties are taking to it as well.

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