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Naturally Fresh Pellet Unscented Non-Clumping Walnut Cat Litter

Naturally Fresh Pellet Unscented Non-Clumping Walnut Cat Litter

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    Much Better

    By Catlady1000 on Apr 6, 2021

    I have two cats, they’re a bonded pair so I went through quite a bit at first. Two bags in less than a month during transition phase BUT they are finally on it completely and it is so much better. No more tracking throughout the entire house, which is what I was trying to avoid. Plus you really can’t I have two cats, they’re a bonded pair so I went through quite a bit at first. Two bags in less than a month during transition phase BUT they are finally on it completely and it is so much better. No more tracking throughout the entire house, which is what I was trying to avoid. Plus you really can’t smell pee, and only scoop the solids. It only ever stinks because I have one cat that refuses to cover her poos, but the other does and the smell really is a lot better than normal litter. The transitional phase is rough- so SO messy but once you’re through that it’s pretty great! … more

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    Do not recommend

    By jayd on Apr 2, 2021

    So I have a very cat friendly household, 5 to be particular, and I've been on a journey to finding a new pellet litter since hearing pine pellets can cause liver failure and this was the first option I leaped for after doing some research on pellets made of safe material for my babies. Boy was this So I have a very cat friendly household, 5 to be particular, and I've been on a journey to finding a new pellet litter since hearing pine pellets can cause liver failure and this was the first option I leaped for after doing some research on pellets made of safe material for my babies. Boy was this money straight down the toilet. So I have 4 litter boxes total, and they tend to have their favorites, and I empty my litter boxes every other day since they have several and they use them all, and, it didn't take long long for me to dislike these. Compared to my pine pellets, these were not turning to dust, rather they were holding onto that moisture within the pellet and never really breaking down, making my litter boxes smell terrible and since the pellets wouldn't break down, the urine would pass through them and in my sifting pan I was left with a puddle of urine. I was so disgusted, I went and bought something else. I dont know if maybe these aren't supposed to work in this way, but it's what I expected, and I'm very disappointed. … more

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