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|Litter Feature||Clumping, Unscented, Multi-Cat...||Clumping, Scented, Multi-Cat, Natural||Clumping, Unscented, Odor Control, Dust Free, Eco-Friendly||Clumping, Odor Control, Flushable, Unscented, Eco-Friendly||Clumping, Odor Control, Multi-Cat, Unscented, Dust Free|
On a budget? Me too. But it lasts so much longer! This is expensive to buy, no question about it. However, I've done the math and it has turned out to be less expensive than my previous "cheap" cat litter. It really lasts a long time as you don't need to use as much. And it is easy to scoop and it does clump. It smells like fresh cut grass. I'm on a budget - I couldn't afford this if it wasn't so economical to use. ... My 4 cats all had a rough start in life. They are all rescues. Having them use clay litter and then having them inhale that dust which is toxic, was not what I wanted for them. I used to buy pine litter, but a few didn't like it. The chunks were a little too large. . So I searched and searched and finally found this. It is safe, smells good and the cats love it. The pieces are small, round and white and easy on the cats feet. Zero to little dust - but even if there was dust, it will not harm your cat unlike clay litter. Tracking: yes there is tracking. But if you place a small rug next to the litter pan it catches 99% of the litter. You will be amazed how light the litter is. The seeds come from a type of white Sorghum Grass plants. Eco friendly in every way. I added a pic of the red type of seeds before it is processed, but this litter is the white type.
I'm surprised at how good this product actually is. I've tried several kinds of alternative litters, but we kept ending up back at clumping clay. This stuff has been a hit with the cats. Paw feel is apparently nice, so no one is pooping right next to the box. The texture is cat-friendly--similar to the sand they used in the deserts where they evolved. They like to dig in it way more than what's necessary to bury their waste; seems to satisfy a natural urge. At the same time, it's lighter than sand or clay, so they don't have to dig with such force that sprays of litter go shooting out of the box behind them. I like that we're not all going to be at risk for sinus problems, bronchitis, or even silicosis from stirring up boxes of dry clay powder everyday, multiple times a day. The odor control is better than clumping clay, and the clumps don't form that disgusting paste along the bottom of the box that clumping clay does. The clumps are also much lighter, so your garbage doesn't weigh 500 lbs anymore. I even like the color of the litter in the box--a nice, organic beige. Great stuff!
My 2 gals r seniors w/ several health issues. I'd tried 'nut shell' litter, but it gets dust all over. THIS is really healthy overall. Soft on foot pads, easier to scoop, absorbs liquid very well it may take a few. Less sneezing going on & PLANET SAFE! Just need tuff bags 2 put it in that compost. Cost is no issue I hate plastic waste.
I’ve used this liter for 3 years and I’ve never had much of an issue. I’ve tried one or two other litters but always find myself coming back to this litter. The litter is low dust, does a decent job on odor control, clumps nicely, etc. That is, until today, I bought a few bags back in October because Chewy had a sale going on but at the time I still had left over litters at home, so I didn’t get to used the ‘October litter’ until today. Before I opened the bag, yes the bag is 100% sealed, I noticed a MAGGOT at the top of the bag, and I wanted TO DIE. Photo attached, safe to this is is my first time seeing a maggot and the last time I’ll be using this litter.
Trying this out since getting frustrated with so called "dust-free" kitty litter. Saw Frisco's was one of the top rated grass litters, so giving it a try. Cats seem to be transitioning well, no cat allergies (possible side effect) and very low dust. Clumps well and controls odor. Only negative that I find is the much higher price.
I’ve tried SO MANY cat litters over the past few years and have yet to find the perfect one. However, I do consistently come back to this one. No major complaints. The actual smell of the litter is much better than clay litters in my opinion and It’s pretty good at odor control. It’s really lightweight so there is some tracking/the cats kick some out when they’re digging. The clumping is really good. I like that it’s more environmentally friendly than some.
This litter scoops very well and holds the pee in one clump, unlike other litter which breaks off little pieces when you sift. Seems to last longer too. There is some dust but not much. I like the neutral smell too. I have paired with the stainless litter pan which is a win win in my opinion. Momma Cat agrees, meow!
At first, when I mixed a bit of this litter in with corn litter from another brand, our cats would use it. Now that I have been using it solo, our cats refuse to use their liter boxes. Instead, they have started peeing on the carpet. :( Will go back to using corn litter only.
I'd been purchasing similar litter locally at grocery store which works wonders. This one does it's job to an extent. But I should have gotten the scented one as unscented don't last long enough. But when you order litter you hit and miss.
I got my first bag of this litter in August. It clumps great smells good and I have had no oder issues. I am on the same bag of litter close to the end of November and it is still working great! Finally ordering my second back. We have 3 boxes for the 4 cats and this litter is little to no dust when I sift it. I use Dr. Bales in the other box and in the third box I am trying to use up the remaining clay litter. I will continue with this litter and Dr. Bales going forward. The cats all seem to like it and I am happy with it. I LOVE IT!