Yesterday's News Softer Texture Unscented Non-Clumping Paper Cat Litter, 13.2-lb bagBy Yesterday's News
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- Made with softer-texture pellets of recycled paper, which feel more like regular clay than the original formula.
- Light on your wallet, but tough on odors, this unscented formula keeps your home fresh without adding any additional fragrances to your home.
- Eco-friendly litter is 3 times more moisture-absorbent than clay.
- Utilizing recycled paper makes this formula 99.7% dust-free—so you and your kitty can breathe easy!
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347 Customer Reviews
My elderly cat developed pica and started madly eating his litter which was a clay version. My vet suggested I try paper litter. So I decided to try the Yesterday’s News non-clumping unscented softer litter version. I sprinkled a little of his old litter into this new litter. I also kept his old litter box next to the new litter box. At first, it was no go. So I covered his old box and left it there. And bingo he went into the new litter. Clean up is a breeze. Wherever he pees you will see the paper pellets swell up. I don’t clean up right away because I want to make sure it absorbs all the pee. Once you see swollen pellets, you can clean. I take a closed shovel and pick it up. Then I wipe the bottom with a wet paper towel. There is absolutely no tracking of litter throughout the house. You might see one or two pellets when the cat steps out but that’s it. There is no odor. Even the overnight pee has no odor. The pica problem was solved medically, but I’m not going back to the old litter. Remember, you find the pee spot by looking for swollen pellets.
Great option for medically compromised cats
My clutter (3 cats, two are litter mates, twins in fact) all have unusual, health conditions. Two have chronic rhinitis, and the twins are prone to forming bladder stones which have had to be surgically removed. All are fed prescription diets and I have tried numerous litter options. This (and the "clumping" version) may just be my "salvation". Pros: 1.) Seems to be acceptable to all cats, provided "softer" pellet and "clumping" versions are offered. 2.) Hopefully eliminates the formation of stones, claims to have "only" guar gum and one other "natural" ingredient along with the paper 3.) Appears to minimize nasal/optical discharge 4.) Minimal tracking and so far no dust 5.) Less expensive than many other litter options, available through Chewy.com and some hardware & garden retailers Cons: 1.) Dark grey in color so virtually impossible to easily spot where cats have used it for efficient scooping. 2.) The "clumping" version really doesn't clump, but the texture is acceptable to cats who refuse pellet litter, and can simply be replaced as would be any other non-clumping litter. 3.) "Odor control" is minimal but that is easily managed with daily and/or twice daily scooping which is better for the cats anyway. (I must use only non-scented litter, so I can't say whether the scented option would be different in this category)
Great for my bunny
I’ve been using this litter for my rabbit for about two years and love it. Keeps smells at bay, easy to clean up and my rabbit seems comfortable while using his litter box. I would recommend to anyone who is using a litter box with their rabbit.
BEST LITTER EVER!!
I will never go back to dusty heavy clay litter. This litter is the best one I’ve ever used. I like that it lowers odors and you don’t smell pee. It’s very easy to scoop. I clean my cats box daily, it’s so much easier to manage with this litter.
Great for rabbits
I use this litter for my rabbits litter boxes. Thought the "softer texture" isn't exactly "soft", the individual pellets are definitely smaller and smoother than other paper litter pellets, which is easier on the little feet of small breed rabbits. I find also find that the sturdy reinforced paper bags that Yesterday's News litter comes is less prone to tearing in transit than the other brand of paper litter that comes in green color plastic bags.
I had two kittens that were dropped off, decided to keep them. They had surgery ( front claws removed) so they could not use regular litter, Chewy was the only place I could find it. When I called a very helpful, kind young lady was most definitely informed about what I needed. Had Yesterday’s News the next day. Thanks
I've used this litter since 4 years now. I love that it's odorless, but also absorbs the smells of all the cat business. Doesn't clump, its not trailed all over the apartment, and my cat loves it! It's also the same litter we use at our cat shelters. It's manageable and has an easy clean up.
Cat newspaper litter
It was perfect for me, because my diabetic cat started to sit in the clumping litter and got all the clumps on his fur.
Great for senior cat with allergies
Swapped from sWheat scoop, which was creating a lot of dust and making our kitty sneezy. He easily transitioned to this litter and it creates minimal dust. He does track it out of the box a bit but not far. It's easy to scoop and has no scents!
Light weight and cat likes it, what more is there to say?