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Naturally Fresh Alpine Meadow Scented Clumping Walnut Cat Litter

Naturally Fresh Alpine Meadow Scented Clumping Walnut Cat Litter

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    Life saver

    By Lily on Apr 10, 2021

    Lily was a senior kitty and trauma rescue when we found each other. After over a year of vet visits, respiratory, sinus and eye issues, meds, and X-rays, it turned out she was allergic to corn! We’d been using World’s Best corn based litter. A friend told me about this walnut litter and within two weeks Lily was a senior kitty and trauma rescue when we found each other. After over a year of vet visits, respiratory, sinus and eye issues, meds, and X-rays, it turned out she was allergic to corn! We’d been using World’s Best corn based litter. A friend told me about this walnut litter and within two weeks of use, Lily’s health problems cleared up. I’m saddened to think of what she went through all because of a natural corn litter. Clumping can be an issue until you realize it clumps like wet sand. That was key to understanding how to pick it up. Lily demands her pee and poop be picked up immediately after going so smell does not build up. I happen to like the fresh scent and she doesn’t seem to mind it at all. … more

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    way too dusty

    By Bill on Feb 17, 2021

    This might be a good litter except for one important problem...DUST. No matter how carefully you scoop, it's floating around and landing everywhere. The cats have to be breathing some in when they dig around. And the fine dust sticks to their paws until they lick it off. This can't be very healthy This might be a good litter except for one important problem...DUST. No matter how carefully you scoop, it's floating around and landing everywhere. The cats have to be breathing some in when they dig around. And the fine dust sticks to their paws until they lick it off. This can't be very healthy. If they come up with a dust free product I'll probably try it again. … more

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