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|Top Ingredients||Made with 100% Recycled Paper.||—||Paper, Zeolite, Scent||—||Patented blend of whole kernel corn with an added natural plant material....|
|Litter Feature||Non-Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, Dust Free, Low Tracking||Multi-Cat, Non-Clumping, Odor Control...||Multi-Cat, Non-Clumping, Odor Control...||Flushable, Non-Clumping, Odor Control...||Clumping, Flushable, Multi-Cat...|
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Great product, but be advised they ship multiple bags in one box. Like 5. Like 60 lbs. I don't know many disabled 70 year old folks who are able to even a budget a box this heavy. Why not just open it where it was, you ask. Well It was delivered right up against my front door, thus trapping me in my home until I could get someone to move it for me. Not cool, Chewy. Do better.
I have a 8 y/o Sphynx cat and she is, what I call, allergic to herself. She has cat asthma and sensitive to certain things that will cause more wheezing. This litter helps control a little bit of her wheezing but it does not hold any of the urine smell in. I really wish it did better with the smell cause she seems to like it and it’s essentially dust free but after using it for 6 months, we are gonna have to switch to something else because of the smell. I’m just not good enough to scoop it 2-3x a day to keep the smell down.
I got this bc I wanted a litter with less tracking, less dust and less abilities to cause issues with my cats when they inadvertently eat it while cleaning their feetoes. Had it for a few days, cats seems to not mind it. I don’t like a few things about it. But I do like some things too. One, the cat pee smell seems worse overall than with my last litter (frisco). I just stir it up some when I scoop it out. Seems to remedy it for a while. Two, the scoop process is a bit longer bc of the giant pieces that this litter is in. I feel like they should chop the pieces down just a bit more so it’ll be like having regular litter a bit more. I’m not trying to buy another scoop just to use this litter. Three, tracking is non-existent mostly now which is great, and the dust is almost nonexistent too. So that’s a plus. Still overall just based on the size of the pieces and the extra effort and time to scoop, I will try to find a different kind of non clay litter. Something that is equally as good for the environment (which this is).
I have found myself repurchasing this litter frequently for my rabbits. I have been using it for years and it often is the least expensive paper litter that I can find. Performs just as well as Yesterday's News and is slightly softer on their feet. Will continue to buy this!
Paper pellet litter is always my go to. I have asthma so I have to control dust and the mess that other litters can track through the house. I have to use more of this litter but it’s worth it to me to control tracking messes and my as the ma issues.
I've tried so many different brands (including the gross Pretty Litter). I put a thin layer on the bottom of the box, and I change it out every 2-3 days (with 2 cats). It doesn't track; and, if you put baking soda in with it, it improves the odor level.
I can’t believe I’m finding this now. Where have I been the last 20 years?! I tried I don’t know how many different litters, cheap and expensive, and could never get it right. Either they covered my house in dust, or litter sand ended up everywhere from tracking, and all of them never really handled odor control even when I scooped daily. With Fresh News, there is zero dust cloud when you pour it out, and no sand anymore all over my house from tracking. Even if I wait a day or two to scoop the box, I’m not completely overwhelmed with the smell of the litter box. This product has completely changed my life. Just wish I knew about it 20 years ago!!
This litter is my favorite. No scooping required, I just empty it once a week and the box is clean. Litter does not track or smell. Also, 2 bags came damaged and Chewy sent new bags overnight. Chewy has the best customer service!
We've had cats for many years and have (almost) always used clay litter which drives me crazy with the dust and tracking. Having two male kittens neutered recently, our vet suggested that until their incisions were healed, we use a litter like Yesterday's News to prevent litter from getting in or irritating the surgical site. Well, we've been using it in two of our boxes now for almost 3 weeks and we hate it. It's impossible to tell which pellets have urine on them because they don't get dark and don't clump together. This leaves the entire box smelling of pee because I can't afford to just dump two boxes out entirely every day. Also, despite the pee smell, I don't think the cats like it or use it very much because the two boxes with the usual litter are overstuffed every evening with their metabolic waste products. Our daughter say the other brand of newspaper litter works better (they use it in her vet office), but I guess that I'll stick with what we've been using for the last 10 years, ugh.
Thank you for your speedy delivery and availability. More expensive than picking it up at my local Pet Supplies Plus, but they are often out of Fresh News!