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Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Eco Plant Unscented Clumping Tofu Cat Litter

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Description

Looking for a vegan and earth-friendly litter for your kitty? Try Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Eco Plant Unscented Clumping Tofu Cat Litter! This natural litter is crafted from sustainable and naturally absorbent wheat and soy fibers, which trap ammonia odor within minutes. It can absorb up to four times its weight in liquid and creates clumps for hassle-free scooping every time. The large pellets and low dust help keep tracking at an all-time low and since it’s natural, when your kitty is done with her business, you can dispose of it in your garden and use it as surface mulch!

Key Benefits
  • Helps trap ammonia odor within minutes.
  • Vegan and earth-friendly litter crafted from natural wheat and soy fibers—you can even dispose of it in your garden and use it as surface mulch.
  • Concentrated clumping litter is ultra-absorbent—it can absorb 4X its weight in liquid, forming tight clumps for easy scooping.
  • Large, paw-friendly pellets are low in dust to keep tracking low.
  • One bag can last up to 8 weeks and is the equivalent to 4 bags of clay.
Precautions

Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter, as cat feces may contain Toxoplasma gondiia 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.

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  • Item Number
    261670
  • Weight
    8.8 pounds
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Litter Material
    Tofu
  • Litter Feature
    Clumping, Unscented, Odor Control, Multi-Cat, Eco-Friendly
Ingredients

Wheat & Soy Fibers.

Instructions
Transition Instructions

If your furry friend is hesitant to change litter types, simply sprinkle some of the existing litter over the top of Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter.

Rating: 3.1 of 5 stars 17 Reviews 17 Reviews 3.1 out of 5 Stars

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71% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.1 of 5 stars 3.1 / 5

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    You can address the dustiness

    By Magoo on Jan 9, 2022

    I am thrilled with this litter. It is wonderful on odors, it makes nice, discrete clumps that are very solid compared to other plant-based clumping litters, and it DOES NOT STICK to the litterbox, so no strong-armed digging to get a clean box, as with clay. Also, because it is 100% plant based, it does not contain volcanic ash (bentonite), which the clay litters use as a clumping agent. I don't want to breathe volcanic ash, and I certainly don't want my babies breathing it and ingesting it during grooming! I drop a star because I do find a lot of dust in Wee Kitty, but that is likely because of the long transportation times from Australia. If we create enough American demand that they can I am thrilled with this litter. It is wonderful on odors, it makes nice, discrete clumps that are very solid compared to other plant-based clumping litters, and it DOES NOT STICK to the litterbox, so no strong-armed digging to get a clean box, as with clay. Also, because it is 100% plant based, it does not contain volcanic ash (bentonite), which the clay litters use as a clumping agent. I don't want to breathe volcanic ash, and I certainly don't want my babies breathing it and ingesting it during grooming! I drop a star because I do find a lot of dust in Wee Kitty, but that is likely because of the long transportation times from Australia. If we create enough American demand that they can manufacture it here, I'd expect that to largely resolve. However, clay litters do the same, creating a cloud of volcanic ash, so I opt for the plant-based dust cloud. What you can do for the dust is spray some mineral oil on the litter every so often. I've also taken to using a classifier, so the dust never gets in the litter box in the first place. I also feed a dry kibble that has a lot of fine particles, and sorting them out using a classifier has been a great time-saver there as well. If you clean your litter box at least daily (You can do it! I do 11 boxes twice daily!), the clumps won't dry out and disintegrate into more powder. … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Low tracking, clumps great, VERY dusty

    By Litter on Jan 10, 2022

    I really wanted to love this litter. I live in a small apartment with two cats and I was so sick and tired of having little bits of litter all over the house. This litter definitely solved that problem albeit having the occasional piece outside the box, however the dust has made it impossible to keep using it, my entire space where the litter box is is covered in dust. I have a cat that has mild asthma and this has turned out to be an absolute no go in that regard. I think it clumps really well and I don't mind the smell, so if you are down with dust I think this is a great litter, but unfortunately I'm back to the drawing board.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    By dsundiego on Dec 30, 2021

    This is a great, low tracking, clumping litter. It is a little dusty, but the low tracking quality makes up for the dust. I have been having a problem finding it, as it comes from Australia, and I think shipping is a problem. I was happy to find it here.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    very dusty

    By Beastly on Oct 29, 2021

    I wanted to love this litter and gave it a few months. Unfortunately it just doesn't cut it. It does clump well but tracks more than you would exspect a large particle litter to and is EXTREMELY dusty. I'm concerned my current asthma flare up is due to this litter. I changed from clay to avoid tracking and dust allergies. I didn't absolutely hate it but for these reasons, I'm going to have to try something else.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Litter Ever!

    By caiw on Oct 4, 2021

    So i have tried basically every litter: clay, silica, wood shavings, newspaper, but tofu-based litter is hands-down the best there is! It's made from the leftovers from developing the soy bean that would just go to waste normally. It's compostable and flushable - it just completely disintegrates in the toilet! No messing with plastic bags and taking out the litter! It completely absorbs all the smell and liquid way better than any other litter i tried! I'm so impressed. It leaves just a pleasant, neutral scent. As for all the one-star reviews saying this litter is "too dusty" I don't really understand? Maybe they haven't used any other litter before? Because it's not any dustier than say, So i have tried basically every litter: clay, silica, wood shavings, newspaper, but tofu-based litter is hands-down the best there is! It's made from the leftovers from developing the soy bean that would just go to waste normally. It's compostable and flushable - it just completely disintegrates in the toilet! No messing with plastic bags and taking out the litter! It completely absorbs all the smell and liquid way better than any other litter i tried! I'm so impressed. It leaves just a pleasant, neutral scent. As for all the one-star reviews saying this litter is "too dusty" I don't really understand? Maybe they haven't used any other litter before? Because it's not any dustier than say, clay litter. And I'd 100% rather breathe in natural tofu dust than toxic clay or silica dust. Also, I hope the reviewers complaining about "ammonia smell" know that tofu does NOT smell like ammonia, that's just cat pee! If you're smelling ammonia, you probably changed the litter too fast and your cat just straight up urinated outside of the box. I thought this was basic cat owner stuff, but maybe there's some cat newbies here? So, absorbs smell, easy to clean up, what's not to love? I would use this litter even if it wasn't perfect, because it will always be worth avoiding the damage clay and silica litter mining practises do to the environment! … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Stinky and Dusty

    By Nadine on Oct 29, 2021

    This is probably some of the worst litter I've used. It's SOOOO dusty, combined with its lack of odor control I can smell it every day even when the box is clean. I tried it out because my favorite brand went out of business. I won't buy this one again.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Stank and Dust

    By Stank on Sep 24, 2021

    Unscented is a mischaracterization here. This litter brings a stink of its own and when mixed cat urine it’s even worse. For the shape of the litter I thought it would be low dust. However it’s just as bad as many granular shaped litter I’ve used or worse. Even when I scoop it wafts dust, not just when I pour. It clumps ok, but when the clumps are still wet they fall apart. Would not recommend this litter!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Odor control needs to be improve

    By Hebe on Aug 24, 2021

    We have four cats with two little boxes. I changed one of the little box to this new tofu litter, more dust then the clay one, and the odor control is not good as I except, especially with the pea, the mixture of the odor smells bad. Many litters are in long strip shape, while scoping is hard to sift through the litter scope. But I noticed that the tofu litter last longer then the clay one.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    I hope you have a mask!

    By Sinjun on Sep 21, 2021

    This stuff smells so bad of ammonia. I got this because the tofu had a little of a funk to it but my lord this one is worse. I put my bathroom fan on spray the room with Febreze wear a mask and it still almost knocks me over. Go but the Frisco tofu and your welcome.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Earth Friendly but dusty

    By catlover on Jul 7, 2021

    After trying a couple of "pellet" type litters that did NOT work for us at all, I was excited to try this more Earth friendly option. My cat accepted the litter just fine although I think he did not appreciate how the the texture of the pellets felt on his toes. There were a few things I noted about this litter. Poops just sit on top of the litter making it easy to scoop. The pellets absorb the pee quickly and it clumps pretty well for easy scooping. The cream colored pellets make it easy to separate the clean pellets from the dirty ones. The problems with this litter were 1) It's really dusty and made me and my kitty sneeze frequently 2) The pellets do track fairly easily outside the After trying a couple of "pellet" type litters that did NOT work for us at all, I was excited to try this more Earth friendly option. My cat accepted the litter just fine although I think he did not appreciate how the the texture of the pellets felt on his toes. There were a few things I noted about this litter. Poops just sit on top of the litter making it easy to scoop. The pellets absorb the pee quickly and it clumps pretty well for easy scooping. The cream colored pellets make it easy to separate the clean pellets from the dirty ones. The problems with this litter were 1) It's really dusty and made me and my kitty sneeze frequently 2) The pellets do track fairly easily outside the litter box. 3) This litter is pretty expensive but for the greater good of the planet I was willing to absorb the cost. Unfortunately, all that dust was the deal breaker for us. … more

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