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Hartz Multi-Cat Unscented Clumping Recycled Paper Cat Litter, 9-lb bag

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Description

Help stop stink at the source with Hartz Multi-Cat Recycled Paper Clumping Cat Litter. This isn’t just your ordinary cat litter, instead, it’s made from 80% recycled paper to help reduce your kitty’s ecological paw print. What’s even more incredible is that this 99% dust-free formula delivers the same tight clumping and odor-trapping power as traditional clay litter and it’s lighter—that means less strain on your arms and back while pouring! When nature calls, the soiled paper pellets will turn blue, so you know which areas to cleanup.

Key Benefits
  • One of the first paper litters available that you can actually scoop.
  • 70% lighter than traditional clumping clay litters and 99% dust-free.
  • Form into tight clumps to trap and absorb unpleasant odors.
  • Cleaning is a cinch—the litter will turn blue when soiled and won’t stick to the pan.
  • Eco-friendly litter made from 80% recycled paper.
Precautions

Do not eat, seek medical attention if ingested by human or pet. Change litter in a ventilated location to avoid inhalation. Avoid contact with eyes, immediately flush in water.
Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter, as cat feces may contain Toxoplasma gondii—a parasite that can cause toxoplasmosis. Pregnant or nursing women, as well as children and anyone with a weakened immune system, should avoid handling used cat litter. Always handle litter in a ventilated area to avoid inhalation. Keep contents and packaging out of reach of children and pets. Seek medical help in case of accidental ingestion.

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  • Item Number
    165777
  • Weight
    9.0 pounds
  • Litter Material
    Paper
  • Litter Feature
    Clumping, Odor Control, Multi-Cat, Unscented, Dust Free
Instructions
  • Fill a clean litter box with 3-4 inches of Hartz Multi-Cat Strong Clumping Paper Litter.

  • To completely remove odor, dig deeply, filter all litter through a scoop and remove solids daily. Dispose of solids in trash.

  • Add more Hartz Multi-Cat Strong Clumping Paper Litter as needed to maintain a depth of 3-4 inches. Once a month, completely change litter.

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 31 Reviews 31 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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81% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 3.7 / 5

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Reminds me of spit balls.

    By KD78 on Nov 11, 2020

    I tried this because its light weight. But I won't buy it again. It just turns into clumps of wet paper. Which would be ok but you scoop, its hard to seperate the clump from the box. The pellets are to big to go through a scoop. Basically you get a litter box full of damp paper thats sticking to everything.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect blend

    By Finally on Sep 29, 2020

    I’ve finally found a litter that eliminates odor without an overwhelming perfume smell that reminds me of the stuff they sprinkle on vomit in grade school. For me, it’s always been picking the lesser of evils until now. It absorbs the smell so much I have to look to see if my Ozzy has done his business every morning! And it does clump! I was amazed. Plus it’s light as cotton balls. I love it! Now to address tracking... yes you will find the occasional pellet running amuck but I found that this kinda backs off after a while. Not sure if my kitty was playing with them or what but I’d trade the random pellet on the floor for the unbearable stench of perfumed kitty potty’s any day! I’m sold!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Paper Litter

    By Litter on Nov 28, 2020

    Pros: Clumps and turns blue quickly. Minimal tracking (couple little pieces upon exit). Cat took to it immediately. Cons: Order control is not the greatest. Tracks. Not flushable.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    fixed a HUGE problem

    By babybette1 on Jul 4, 2020

    I have 2 cats. One of which would pee outside the box on softer surfaces or the cardboard scratching pads. I was beside myself (she has owned me for 15 years!) I was moving in with my fiancé and he wanted to get rid of her knowing she did this. I took her to the vet (which I had done many times over the years to try to fix this issue) The vet and I discussed that there was never feces outside the box, only urine. The vet said to also try to change the litter. So I tried wood litter, walnut litter and paper litter. Neither of my cats liked the wood. In the box with the paper litter I also put the hard paper like liner. I had a theory that my female cat (which was the issue cat) didn’t like the I have 2 cats. One of which would pee outside the box on softer surfaces or the cardboard scratching pads. I was beside myself (she has owned me for 15 years!) I was moving in with my fiancé and he wanted to get rid of her knowing she did this. I took her to the vet (which I had done many times over the years to try to fix this issue) The vet and I discussed that there was never feces outside the box, only urine. The vet said to also try to change the litter. So I tried wood litter, walnut litter and paper litter. Neither of my cats liked the wood. In the box with the paper litter I also put the hard paper like liner. I had a theory that my female cat (which was the issue cat) didn’t like the sound of her urine hitting the litter or the litter box. I think I was correct. Because since I have changed to the clumping paper litter there have been no other issues with her peeing outside the box. There is virtually no smell to this litter. My cats basically stay in one room in the house (their doing not mine) and when people come over they don’t realize there are two cats living in the house. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Litter

    By Crystal on Oct 7, 2020

    My cats really like this litter. It is easy to scoop and sweep up. I have 4 cats and I change my litter weekly.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Zero dust, minimal tracking

    By DrChris on May 17, 2020

    We have used this litter in a multi-cat (ie, 6+) setting and in a 2-3 cat setting. Some people say this is pricey litter; some people say it does not mask urine odor. To stretch the litter, don't scoop the clumps right away, bc as they dry, the paper balls on the exterior will dry and fall away from the central clump. As far as the urine odor, this litter is unscented and if you keep your litter near human traffic, yes it may smell a little immediately after a cat urinates. The trade-off for us is that this litter does not produce dust AT ALL and it does not stick to the fur and pads of long haired or senior cats who sometimes mis-step in the litter box. The price reality is, this litter We have used this litter in a multi-cat (ie, 6+) setting and in a 2-3 cat setting. Some people say this is pricey litter; some people say it does not mask urine odor. To stretch the litter, don't scoop the clumps right away, bc as they dry, the paper balls on the exterior will dry and fall away from the central clump. As far as the urine odor, this litter is unscented and if you keep your litter near human traffic, yes it may smell a little immediately after a cat urinates. The trade-off for us is that this litter does not produce dust AT ALL and it does not stick to the fur and pads of long haired or senior cats who sometimes mis-step in the litter box. The price reality is, this litter is no more expensive than a name brand light weight clumping clay-type litter. The tracking is easily swept up and stays within 6' of the litter box, whereas traditional clumping litter finds its way all over the house. We've been using this litter for 3 yrs and will never go back to "regular" clumping litter. Also, we have never had a cat not use the litter box (in a rescue/foster setting) when introduced to this litter. Remember to let the clumps dry for several hours before removing...and leave small clumps of urine alone (ie, 1-2") and they will dry and break apart on their own and those pieces of litter will be re-used. Also, to reduce litter waste, buy a scoop designed for pine pellet litter or remove every other slat in your traditional litter scoop, so the un-used litter will fall through. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Love the fact that its paper but....

    By dabblinginlitter on Jul 28, 2020

    The clumps become too big taking a large chunk of the litter with it every time you clean. It also tracks noticeable pieces all over the house. Odor control was good and its paper.....

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Not great for multiple cats

    By isabel on Jul 15, 2020

    We ordered this when looking for a more sustainable cat litter for our 3 cats. While it was great for clumping and odor control, it is SO hard to clean. Really heavy and messy. Will not be buying again.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good litter for cats with "puffy paws"

    By bluejay on Apr 8, 2020

    My cat was diagnosed with pododermatitis (puffy paws) last year. His paws were swollen, cracked, and bleeding, and he was constantly licking them. The vet wrapped two of his paws with gauze and tape and he had to wear a cone for a month. In addition, we had to switch to a paper based cat litter. The first paper litter we tried was tracking all over the floor and it was hard to scoop. We then tried the Hartz and I had to get the hang of it. You can use a scoop but do not expect the dry pellets to fall through the slits in the scoop. It won't work that way. Just scoop up the blue gel and dump it. Same with the cat poop, just scoop it out and dump it. It's not hard. I refill the litter My cat was diagnosed with pododermatitis (puffy paws) last year. His paws were swollen, cracked, and bleeding, and he was constantly licking them. The vet wrapped two of his paws with gauze and tape and he had to wear a cone for a month. In addition, we had to switch to a paper based cat litter. The first paper litter we tried was tracking all over the floor and it was hard to scoop. We then tried the Hartz and I had to get the hang of it. You can use a scoop but do not expect the dry pellets to fall through the slits in the scoop. It won't work that way. Just scoop up the blue gel and dump it. Same with the cat poop, just scoop it out and dump it. It's not hard. I refill the litter box with a small amount to replace the volume that I scooped out. His paws healed and has not come back. We have two cats and two litter boxes. Give it a chance, it is great litter. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Clean litter

    By Bay1 on Apr 26, 2020

    I love this litter so much, hardly any dust and the best part, it doesn't get down in the fibers of your carpet like clay litter. The only drawback this past time, was the 4.5 lb bags were not an option. But I still love this litter, so much cleaner and no one can even tell I have a cat.

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