Michu Natural Clumping Flushable Tofu Cat Litter, 5.5-lbs bag
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|Litter Feature||Natural, Unscented, Eco-Friendly...||Clumping, Dust Free, Low Tracking...||Clumping, Unscented, Natural, Dust Free, Lightweight||Clumping, Unscented, Odor Control, Multi-Cat, Eco-Friendly||Clumping, Odor Control, Flushable...|
|Top Ingredients||—||Dry Soybean (Tofu), Edible Starch, Water, Activated Charcoal||tofu||Wheat & Soy Fibers.||—|
About This Item
- This fast-clumping litter makes scooping easy!
- Unscented and odor-neutralizing formula.
- Low tracking means less mess.
- Features petite paw-friendly pellets.
- Easy to use.
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79 Customer Reviews
The world's best cat litter should start looking for a new name, because this tofu litter is the winner! No more dust. No more tracking and finding litter everywhere. Great clumping. No kitty odors. Flushable. Lasts for ages. Easy transition. Did I mention the no litter everywhere!? Never changing again, ever.
closest to dustfree yet!
i am vegetarian so i just had to try this. the joke is on me tho, because i really love it and so does Spritzel. it really IS dustfree! tracking almost none. it looks like pale green vermicelli in 3/4 inch pieces. it clumps into very firm clumps that look like christmas cookies. Green tea has a mild natural scent. My only complaint is it is not made in the USA. coming from Australia or China is not good. i see Frisco makes tofu litter too, but Frisco should make it here not in China. i would love to keep using it, but i cannot get past the carbon foot print. sticking with Fresh News for now. its made in Michigan.
Great litter but could not keep it
This litter is fantastic - it does exactly what it promises. I loved the clumping, more so, I loved the ability to flush it. Minimal dust compared to other types of litter. That being said, as much as I would have liked to keep using its, both of my cats tried to eat the Original scent I purchased. Therefore I could not keep it.
good tofu litter intro
My adopted kittens were using world’s best corn-based litter when we got them, but i had always planned to transition them to unscented tofu litter at some point based on different reviews. I found that the corn based litter was quite dusty and didn’t trap odor too well. In comparison, this tofu litter was light, with larger pellets that doesnt track on their paws, and does a much better job at controlling odor. We were just dumping the litter clumps into a normal trashcan before we got the litter genie, and it used to be unbearable every time we had to open it to scoop more litter. But with this tofu litter, it honestly doesn’t smell much anymore at all, and I could even hold off on adding deodorizer into their litter box. The cons are that the litter is still a bit dusty (especially when u get to the bottom of the bag), and the bag size is fairly small. I read that one bag is supposed to last much longer than traditional litter tho, however 1 bag wasn’t even enough for me to do a full transition from the old litter to this, so if you have more than 1 cat you probably would need a couple bags with each order
I've been searching for an unscented, low dust, minimal tracking, non-clay litter for my asthmatic cat, and this fits the bill! The litter has a very mild, slightly sweet scent, and the clumping is surprisingly good/firm and doesn't break apart super easily. As with all pellet-style litters, the tracking is minimal, though some tracking does occur. Since the pellets are smaller than those of other pellet-style litters I've tried (pine, walnut, etc.), however, the clumps can be easily scooped with a regular litter scoop. Best of the all, the litter has excellent odor control for both urine and poop.
I ordered the original (no scent) and the green tea. Half and half in the box and it has a very nice, very faint, pleasant smell. This stuff clumps like super glue was poured on it. Doesn't stick to kitties. It's just amazing. It tracks very, very little. The pieces are so small they vacuum easy. Even covers the poo smell. And I have one that chases everyone out of the room with his poo. Minute it's covered, smell gone. The only issue, it's a bit expensive.
First time tofu litter use
As tofu litter is more popular in Asian countries and after knowing my friend uses that for her cat, I wanted to try this to replace the clay litter I've been using for the past years. I got the original one because I just can't imagine any artificial fruity fragrance mixed with cat pee to smell pleasant. I mixed a thin layer of the old clay litter and the whole bag of tofu litter as transition. It doesn't cause trouble because the finer clay stays at the bottom and tofu litter on top even when mixed, and this doesn't affect the clumping either. My first impression on this litter is, weirdly but honestly, they kinda smell good. The clay litter I used is not fragranced and I didn't mind the sandy smell, but this smells like...stacks of papers? And it definitely neutralizes the ammonia smell better after the litter is used. They clump fine, might break into pieces when scooping but still big enough to be picked out. I've seen reviews saying tofu litter in general doesn't deal well with poops, but I don't find differences than clay litter in terms of odor locking, except that my cat won't fully cover the poops with tofu litter as he would with the clay litter, but no big deal for me as I clean litter box quite often. From my use on my long hair cat, the biggest advantage of tofu litter over the clay litter is they don't stick onto his fluffy pants when he squats--after countless times struggling to clean the wet stinky clumps on his butt and legs, finally something! I think it is because the pellets are longer, they might be touching his fur but just won't stick as easily. The other advantage is the tracking problem. They still track outside of the litter box as agreed by other reviews, but way better than the clay litter. Again I think due to the longer pellet size, they won't stick in between the paw hairs, and most of the loose litters get captured by the litter mat, and I can deal with the few ones on the floor and sweep them up. Unlike the clay litter, which is less visible when scattered, and I'm also tired of feeling/stepping on the sand particles around any possible corners at home... Overall this is a positive first experience. I read about tofu litter produces less dusts than other types so hopefully some long term good for my cat. They are also flushable if this will be a plus for anyone. Since our litter box isn't set up around the toilet, I continue to use litter genie. One thing I would suggest is to use a litter scoop with bigger holes for this litter, because my current scoop is meant for clay litter and it takes forever to sift the pellets. They are more expensive than clay litter, and I don't know yet how long a bag can last, but I'm willing to try out for longer.
Love that it's flushable
My cat is still struggling to be comfortable with this product. But he is willing to learn how to use it. I love that it's relatively scent free and dust free compared to most of the clay litters that I have been using. It's lightweight which makes a huge difference for my body. Every morning when I go to flush the toilet I simply scoop out his litter box. It's wonderful that is doesn't stick to the litter box like clay litters. So I don't have a lot of scraping and struggling. Instead I just scoop throw it in to the toilet and flush
Finally a Cat Litter that Works and Flushes!
This is the best cat litter ever! Not only is it completely flushable, but it doesn't smell in between uses. And I picked the peach to coordinate with my bathroom and it's pretty! Finally a cat litter that works and is flushable!
Good for my Medium-haired fluff
I've been trying different litters for my Medium-haired cat. Clay got everywhere because it got stuck in his fuzzy paws. The litter mat barely helped. Then I tried clumping, wood pellets but I didn't like how the pee clumps fell apart and the odor control was very much lacking. This tofu litter has been the best so far! No poopy smells, just a light tea smell, and the clumps are great! There are a few litter pieces on the floor here and there but not as bad as the wood pellets after they broke down from use. I will stick with this tofu litter for a while longer. So far, so good for the last two months!