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Our goal is to provide a more sustainable solution for your cat litter needs. We believe doing good starts at home and each step, big or small, has an effect on the world we share. And with Yesterday's News Cat Litter, made from recycled materials, you can feel good that you are taking a small step for the good of your cat, home and the environment.

Key Benefits

  • Softer texture pellets made with recycled paper, feel more like regular clay
  • Ideal for everyday use and designed for low tracking
  • 3x more moisture absorbent than clay
  • 99.7% dust free
  • Tough on odors

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  • Item Number
    57161
  • Weight
    27.0 pounds
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Paper
  • Litter Feature
    Non-Clumping, Scented
  • Made in
    United States

Instructions

Keep 2-3 inches of litter in the box. Remember that, different from clay litter, Yesterday's News will absorb urine from the bottom so having the litter too deep will make it more difficult to find and remove the soiled litter.

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Yesterday's News is a safe and hygienic cat litter made from recycled material that includes old newspapers, magazines and phone directories. Instead of dumping these materials into a landfill, Yesterday's News repurposes them into an extremely absorbent litter with effective odor control and minimal tracking. Feel good about using a non-toxic, vet-recommended litter that is safe and healthy for your cat, your home and your environment.

Effective Litter With a Positive Impact
A Healthy and Safe Litter

A Healthy and Safe Litter

Besides being highly effective, Yesterday's News cat litter contains no harmful chemicals, making it a safe, non-toxic product for your cat. Your fur baby will readily accept the non-abrasive gentle paper pellets that are easy on his paw pads and won't stick to his fur. These pellets are also ideal for post-surgery cats who risk contamination from the fine particles found in traditional litter.

A Gentle Formula With Powerful Absorption

Effortlessly extend the life of your litter with Yesterday's News' sophisticated absorption technology, which soaks up three times the moisture by volume than traditional clay-based litter. Yesterday's News cat litter comes in Original, Softer Texture and Softer Texture Unscented formulas, so you can be sure that you will find the right litter for your kitty.

A Gentle Formula With Powerful Absorption
Breathe Easy, Live Well

Breathe Easy, Live Well

Enjoy a virtually dust-free environment with Yesterday's News 99.7% dust-free cat litter, which allows everyone in the house, including your cat, to breathe easier. Even better, this product has effective odor control and is designed with large pellets for minimal tracking so you can expect a hassle-free clean up every time.

Benefits Beyond the Litter Box

Yesterday's News is committed to helping the environment by always looking for ways to make a positive impact on the world. Throwing away old newspapers can be harmful for the environment, so Yesterday's News encourages everyone to recycle their paper products as a healthier alternative. Besides using recycled newspaper for their litter, Yesterday's News supports a healthy environment by partnering with environmentally conscious suppliers and engaging with local communities for paper-collection programs.

Benefits Beyond the Litter Box
About Yesterday's News

About Yesterday's News

In 1987, Purina's Yesterday's News cat litter was created to provide cat owners with a unique litter alternative. Today, their litter has become U.S. veterinarian's #1 choice among eco-friendly cat litters. This brand is unique because they take materials that could potentially end up in a waste stream and transform them into cat litter that is healthy for your cat, your home and the environment.

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  • Great for post surgery kitties!

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    I ordered this litter after needing a post-surgical option for my kitties who were getting spayed / neutered. The vet reccomended we use this to prevent traditional sand litter from contaminating / irritating the incisions. For this purpose, it worked wonderfully, since it was soft enough to keep my kittens paws from being irritated, and didn't bother the incision at all so long as you scoop very regularly. It was simple for them to transition to using, and didn't track like most pellet litters. However, I take away one star because I wouldn't really reccomend this litter otherwise as an every day option, since the odor control is not great. It is better than I expeceted it to be, but it doesn't I ordered this litter after needing a post-surgical option for my kitties who were getting spayed / neutered. The vet reccomended we use this to prevent traditional sand litter from contaminating / irritating the incisions. For this purpose, it worked wonderfully, since it was soft enough to keep my kittens paws from being irritated, and didn't bother the incision at all so long as you scoop very regularly. It was simple for them to transition to using, and didn't track like most pellet litters. However, I take away one star because I wouldn't really reccomend this litter otherwise as an every day option, since the odor control is not great. It is better than I expeceted it to be, but it doesn't hide the smell of feces at all, mostly just urine. The urine kind of sinks to the bottom, and the puffed up pieces of paper (which is what happens to the pellets as they absorb moisture,) are easy to scoop if you get them immediately. If, however, your cat likes to bury their business EXTRA well, or scratches some of the puffed up litter while going again, the paper disentigrates into finer powder that sinks to the bottom, and is only really removed by emptying the entire litter box. Although it says on the bag it will last all week, I can't imagine that being true unless you just left some of the powdery / puffy pieces in there (which might be fine to do if you're not worried about the fine particles entering an incision, like I was.) If your priority is sustainability and low tracking litter, though, or you need a post-surgery option for your kitty, this litter is pretty good. … more

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  • Yesterday's News after Spaying

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    This is the only product I know of that is safe for kitties that have just been spayed or neutered. Yesterday's News doesn't have the dust or grit that could get into the incision and cause an infection. My kitty is doing great!

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  • My Observations of Yesterday's News cat litter:

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    FACTS: To me, it did not have a smell/scent (I don't consider this a negative, or plus). PROs: A nice thing is, I don't have a pile of litter to sweep up in front of the litter box. There is no dust. Better for environment. CONs: MY cats only use it to "pee" in. I am not sure they like it. But it was used, (I have 3 cats). I will still buy this but with that in mind, that I need a 'different' kind of litter, in the other litter box, for them to do their OTHER business in. However, I am still trying out other litters, and should I find one good for the environment and no dust, minimal tracking, that my cats will use for ALL their business, I will switch.

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  • Great for de-clawed cats!

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    My cat is declawed (front) and constantly gets litter clumped on the inside of her paws. (Hard to remove) This was recommended by my Veterinarian. Works great with a cat liner.

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  • Great Litter!!

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    No over bearing scent to this at all and my bun seems to like the change in litter. We also both really love the fact that it is made from recycled newspaper!

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  • Pricey, but great!

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    Clay-based litters used to get all over my geriatric cat's paws, body parts, etc. And he'd track litter all over the floor, well beyond just the litterbox area. That all stopped with Yesterday's News. My cat doesn't love it, but he tolerates it, which is all I care about. I just scoop the poop and dump the whole thing out after a couple of days. My kittie pees A LOT, and there's no smell! Win-win!

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  • Just What I Needed

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    I was looking for a cat litter that I could use that would not irritate respiratory system as I have allergy problems to lots of things. I had just about given up on finding a litter that I could use. My vet recommended this one. I crossed my fingers and got it. This really worked well for me. The fragrance is pleasant and I did not have any problems with it. Great Stuff!

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  • It's great

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    I really love this product because it doesn't stIck to my cat's paws. They are nice and smooth with no ill effects to his fur or paws. Been using it for years. My vet (Loomis Animal Hospital) suggested it. Animal shelters and hospitals would be a good sales source...

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  • Don't get this if you have dogs

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    My wife and I bought several different litters when there was a little sale as the 2 we normally used over the last several years haven't been cutting it anymore. Originally we thought this would be the worst or one of the worst litters that we tried because how can recycled newspaper be turned into a good litter? The litter surprisingly does a really great job at odor control - you smell nothing opposed to others where you'll still smell pee, poop, or a strong perfume. The litter that soaks up urine actually puffs up so you can distinguish clean from dirty litter. The dirty litter puffs up enough to be scooped out without slipping through the grates of your scoop. If we only had cats My wife and I bought several different litters when there was a little sale as the 2 we normally used over the last several years haven't been cutting it anymore. Originally we thought this would be the worst or one of the worst litters that we tried because how can recycled newspaper be turned into a good litter? The litter surprisingly does a really great job at odor control - you smell nothing opposed to others where you'll still smell pee, poop, or a strong perfume. The litter that soaks up urine actually puffs up so you can distinguish clean from dirty litter. The dirty litter puffs up enough to be scooped out without slipping through the grates of your scoop. If we only had cats, this would be our litter of choice. Unfortunately, we have dogs and something about this litter enhances their urge to go into the box and steal kitten nuggets if you know what I mean. It seems that with this little, they're eating poop every other day. If you only have cats, I'd say definitely get this litter but if you have dogs, you might want to stay away from this one or see how your dogs react to it. … more

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  • Good News!

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    My cats are still getting used to this litter. One took to it right away though she only uses it for #1 and prefers another litter for #2. It seems to have good odor control and there is less tracking.

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