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Green Tea Leaves Cat Litter is an all natural wood based cat litter with green tea leaves are added during the manufacturing process. Green tea naturally contains an astringent called catechin, with antioxidant properties that works as an effective deodorant and anti-bacterial agent. In the cat litter box the green tea works with the wood to suppress the growth of bacteria, which is the primary source of cat box odors. Green tea leaves promote a healthier and more comfortable environment for you and your feline friend.
|Litter Feature||Unscented, Clumping, Flushable, Odor Control, Natural|
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.
Spread a 2-3 inch layer of Green Tea Fresh cat litter in your cat’s litter box. When cleaning the litter box, scoop the clumps and waste material and dispose of it properly. Regular (daily) maintenance of your cat’s litter box will help to extend the time between litter box changes.
Some of our customers have switched their cats successfully at one time without any problem, however we realize that cats are individuals and have their preferences. In case your cat is confused by the sudden change in litters, we suggest transitioning the litter box gradually:
Week 1: 75% of your current litter and 25% of Next Gen’s Litter
Week 2: 50% of your current litter and 50% of Next Gen’s litter
Week 3: 25% of your current litter and 75% of Next Gen’s litter
Week 4: 100% Next Gen’s litter
I prefer the larger pellets as my kitties tend to track less of the large pellets through the house compared to finer litter. With this brand, the pellets broke down preset easily. I prefer the Oko cat or Wee Kitty.
These pellets are too large to flow thru my scoop.
This litter is the best. It clumps urine well and hides odors. My cats have been using this brand since I brought them home. We originally used the navy blue and white bag but I’ve noticed the quality of that one has worsened and the litter tends to not clump as well as the green and white bag.
We have been using this liter for almost 4 years and find that it actually lasts a while, which makes the expense more worth it. We moved and couldn’t find it locally anymore, so we have relied on buying it from Chewy ever since. We have tried multiple litters and this has had the best odor control than all of them- even in a 700 sq ft 1 bedroom apartment where the litter box had to be out in the open! Our cats don’t track it easily either. We wish this product would be brought back, as our cats are not happy with the change.
I love this litter & have been using for several years. Great oder control & low tracking. I wish it would come back sooner than later. Waiting!
2 out of 3 bags were torn open, because of lack of padding material in delivery box, even though extra padding was requested.
This cat litter was bought as a fill-in for my regular cat litter which is sitting in a container off the CA coast. I bought the small bag, since it was a fill-in, and the litter seemed to be pretty much dust free and odorless.(My cat has asthma.) However, if I switched, I'd have to buy the larger (~11 lb) bag which is ~$43 and that's way more than I'm willing to pay for cat litter.
I like this as it is better than clay for training kittens/young kitties. I am on the fence if I really like it or not or can recommend it. I DO like that it clumps but to minimize odor it is good to dispose of soiled/used areas and poo right away or it smells awful and does not really eliminate odor at all in my experience. I also notice that is very dusty, has a unique natural scent (not my favorite) and have noticed the bottom of the bag has the majority of dust. Also more dust breaks away when the pellets get mixed around upon scooping. I believe I have allergies from this wood stuff but am nervous to change since my kitten only knows this product so far. It is quite expensive for the amount of dust. It also has a disclaimer about wood dust is a known carcinogen? I do commend them for creating a unique brand and in attempts for safety and natural less bad waste but it is hard to know what is safe and to find the best product. I do not really want my kitter cat to accidentally ingest or inhale any product. I know she inhales some of the this Next Gen litter because when I help clean her kitty face I notice dried caked powder stuck in the crevasses of her nostrils. It makes me worry but then I worry about the clay dust too... is there a win win situation on any litter products? What is the best one for younger cats? My feline friend is a bit unique in her digging since she roots with her nose to find the preferred area to do her business... in that I don't think any dust is good for her to inhale and am thinking to switch to new print.
Okay so this stuff is awesome, no odor, they didn't really track it at all, fairly easy to scoop considering it's texture — but my cats only use it to pee in.... no idea why. They're fine digging in it to pee but they will not use it to poo.
I really like this natural, clumping, low dust, low tracking litter. My local pet store sells this litter for $14 less/11.5lb bag compared to Chewy.com. The only negative about this litter is the cost.