|Small Pet Type||Guinea Pig||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Rat, Degu||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Rat, Degu|
|Litter Feature||Odor Control||Odor Control||Odor Control||Natural||Natural|
|Litter & Bedding Type||Paper||Paper||Paper||Paper||Paper|
|Material||Cardboard / Paper||—||—||—||—|
This is hands down the best litter for my rabbits litter boxes. It is not the cheapest, so wood pellets might be a better alternative if you're on a stringent budget; but in terms of functionality this is the best. When changed at a reasonable frequency, it controls odor better than anything I've tried, is orderless compared to the strong scent of pine pellets, doesn't get passively flung everywhere like shredded paper bedding (anything can be flung if the bunny actively digs enough), doesn't stick to the litter box... Highly recommend for rabbits litter boxes! It's not really soft enough to cover an entire guinea pig enclosure (although fleece is better for that anyways), or for a hamster enclosure (except as a thin odor absorbing layer under soft paper bedding).
I've been using it for my two bird cages, Macaw and African Grey. It has made my cleaning so much easier!!! I highly recommend this product!!!~
I use this in my little bun's litter box. It does absorb well and does not have much of an odor unlike the product I used for eight years until it got stinky. However, it is really heavy, especially when it becomes wet, and I scoop three times a day. It is not as soft for his little bun feet as some other paper based litter and is kind of gravelly, so will not be my first choice.
I absolutely love this bedding! I’ve tried a few others, but I always come back to this one. It isn’t dusty & it doesn’t hold the smell like some others I’ve tried.