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Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Attract Unscented Clumping Clay Cat Litter

Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Attract Unscented Clumping Clay Cat Litter

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    This stuff REALLY WORKS!

    By CatFosterMom on Nov 24, 2020

    I have 2 foster kittens, male and female siblings. They are approximately 16 weeks old. When they came to me at 5 weeks both had severe diarrhea as a result of parasites and coccidia. I was using pine pellets for all of my litterboxes and the male kitten took to it right away, but the female kitten did I have 2 foster kittens, male and female siblings. They are approximately 16 weeks old. When they came to me at 5 weeks both had severe diarrhea as a result of parasites and coccidia. I was using pine pellets for all of my litterboxes and the male kitten took to it right away, but the female kitten did not. She would pee anywhere she happened to be and would poop on the bathroom or in the corner of the bedroom, or on the outside screened-in porch. I was at my wits end trying to train her as both kittens will need to go to a permanent home soon. A friend suggested Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract and I placed an order with Chewy. It was amazing how quickly the little girl took to it. In fact it seems that she turned the corner overnight and started to use the litterbox. They are now sp/neutered and litterbox trained and are ready to be adopted into a forever home. … more

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    Always smells poopy and is dusty

    By Kristey on Nov 13, 2020

    My roommate and I have three cats and they all seemed attracted to the "cat attract" within the litter. But from the very first box I noticed that the litter does not absorb the smell of cat poop. While cat pee doesn't smell (which is something it has over other litters), the box always smells like poop My roommate and I have three cats and they all seemed attracted to the "cat attract" within the litter. But from the very first box I noticed that the litter does not absorb the smell of cat poop. While cat pee doesn't smell (which is something it has over other litters), the box always smells like poop. Even after replacing all of the litter in the box, cat attract litter will invariably smell like poop again with two or three days, regardless of the frequency of scooping. Even with litter deodorizer and a carbon filter, it still smells. I've tried everything. The cat attract litter is super dusty and it gets stuck on my cat's paws. She hates that, so if she uses the litterbox in the middle of the night, I get woken up by her wiping her paws against the side of the box for about 10 minutes. Pieces of litter and litter dust also ends up getting tracked everywhere, rather than just sticking to the litter mat. During the day I notice she cleans between her toes when she emerges, so she has to ingest some of the clay to get it off her paws. It is really bad for them to eat clay litter (because it expands after contact with fluids) so I wasn't thrilled about this. I'm going back to using a corn-based litter that is flushable and covers smells much better. I never had the tracking issues as with this litter so am looking forward to having clean floors again. … more

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