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Tidy Cats 24/7 Performance Scented Clumping Clay Cat Litter

Tidy Cats 24/7 Performance Scented Clumping Clay Cat Litter

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    Works good

    By Cainomon on Jan 19, 2021

    I’ve always used various Tidy Cats litters over the past decade and a half for my cats and I know my parents used tidy cats as well. I don’t know if it’s always been this way or just the past few years it seems it doesn’t clump *quite* as well as I thought it did. Specifically it seems like the pee balls I’ve always used various Tidy Cats litters over the past decade and a half for my cats and I know my parents used tidy cats as well. I don’t know if it’s always been this way or just the past few years it seems it doesn’t clump *quite* as well as I thought it did. Specifically it seems like the pee balls whenever I try and scoop them then bits fall away and kind of dirty the rest of the litter. Obviously it’s not the biggest deal to me as I continue to buy the litter lol that’s probably the only reason I give it 4 stars. I like the bucket as it’s easy to move around and can be used for other storage when it’s empty. … more

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    It's An Odor Producing Factory

    By Michael on Feb 6, 2021

    I have three cats, and we have three litter boxes. This litter is awful. First, the urine clumps don't stay together, so when you are sifting, it basically sifts urine-soaked grain back into the litter. The result is a mildewy, ammonia smell that is immediate noticeable when you walk into the room where I have three cats, and we have three litter boxes. This litter is awful. First, the urine clumps don't stay together, so when you are sifting, it basically sifts urine-soaked grain back into the litter. The result is a mildewy, ammonia smell that is immediate noticeable when you walk into the room where the litter box is. Aside from that, it does not hold odor, in fact it's the opposite. In order to mitigate you'd have to rotate the litter out completely once a week, and that is just too expensive when you have three Maine Coons and three very large litter boxes. … more

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