Provide an absorbent and odor-reducing litter for your ferret with Marshall Premium Odor Control Ferret Litter. Ferrets make frequent visits to their litter box, which can produce unpleasant odors. Marshall Ferret Litter is made of 100% recycled paper that is highly absorbent, environmentally safe and biodegradable. This litter is outstanding on odor control and is also dust free and nonallergenic.
The natural paper fibers and special odor control ingredients work together to neutralize unwelcome ammonia odors on contact.
Dust-free and non-allergenic to protect a ferrets sensitive respiratory system.
Flushable recycled paper makes cleaning quick and easier.
Formulated from environmentally safe, biodegradable material making it safe for the environment.
Made of 100% recycled paper and 400% more absorbent than clay litters.
Because Marshall Premium Ferret Litter is so absorbent, only a small amount is needed. Pour approximately 1 inch (2-3 cm) covering the bottom of your pet's litter pan. We recommend daily skimming to remove solid waste. Change the litter pan weekly or as necessary. Store in a cool, dry place.
I’ve been using loose paper bedding in litter pans for nearly the past two years for my two degus. While this is still paper, I’ve found the pellet-style litter does a much better job with absorption and odor control. I recommend it for those with litter-trained rodents. I’m considering using it as a base layer under/mixing it the loose paper for my Roborovski hamster’s cage.
It's pretty good
on May 6, 2021
So I'm not going to give it 5 ☆s because it's doesn't have great oder control like the litter I used to pick up from farm and fleet. It is however very absorbent like the other litter which is half the battle. All in all I
Happy and will continue to use it for my little guys litter box.
Litter is not dust free.
on Apr 27, 2021
I bought this litter for my Holland MiniLop bunny that has respiratory issues and read it was dust free. It is loaded with dust and so I need to go bact to Care Fresh Rabbit and Ferrret litter.
Changed my ferrets litter box habit for the worst
on Feb 16, 2021
Both of my ferrets refused to use this litter and went from using the box as a toilet, to using the entire bottom of the cage from the moment this was put in the cage. I’m very dissatisfied. I’m not certain why but this stuff made a major problem for me now.
Been buying for years
on Dec 31, 2020
I've tried numerous other litters over the years and this is the ONLY one that keeps the smell to minimum - also it's better for their respiratory systems since their faces are so low to the ground (shavings, etc, are not as ferret friendly)
on Apr 1, 2021
Works great my ferrets cage smells better with this litter.
DO NOT BUY
on Oct 27, 2020
I have bought this for my ferret and she likes to dump her food bowl over and because it is shaped like her food thought it was her food and tried eating it. It made her sick and she had to go to the vet and they said NEVER to use this again. Do Not Buy. I will stick with paper bedding for my girl
Great for rabbits
on Mar 2, 2021
Works well and stays neat. Doesn't get caught in my bunny's hair
Great for bunnies
on Oct 8, 2020
This is the best litter that I've tried for my bunny. I have tried the small animal litter and it does not work well for odor and it sticks to the pan and makes a mess when trying to do clean ups. This litter does not do that and it works better for odor. I've bought this multiple times and plan to continue.
Best so far for my rats
on Aug 20, 2020
I’ve tried yesterday’s news, alfalfa pellets and everything in between for my two rats’ litter boxes and this one for some reason is the best at keeping the smell to a minimum. I only have to clean their litters every few days to a week before I smell anything at all. I switched to Yesterday’s News and immediately within a few hours it smelled in their cage. I bought more of this and smell is gone again so I will continue to use it. Plus, no baking soda so that’s definitely a good thing for our rats.