Must had fly casts mixed in it
First time using this. Kept in the kitchen for my very small 16yr old hyperthyroid cat so not used much as she's only out there to eat. After a week we noticed a problem with flies in the kitchen (hundreds). Not a problem we usually have. Couldn't work out where they were coming from. Eventually removed the cat litter tray outside. Flies disappeared for a few days. Brought it back in and hey presto millions of flies again. Chucked three quarters of a bag in the bin. Won't be buying it again. Will go back to using Tesco basic cheapy litter for her as never had a problem with flies with that. My other cats use a different eco friendly cat litter which is extremely good cat litter just a bit expensive.
Smells nice, good for the planet and doesn't sprea
Smells nice, good for the planet and doesn't spread as much as the wood pellets on the cats paws. Cats seem to like using it.
My Cat hates it.
My cat dose not like it, the sticks are to long and rather than go in her tray she will go else where. Please make them smaller and I would be happy to buy them
Better than expensive cat litter
Eco friendly, not much smell and not bad price wise.
Needs an explanation on whether or not it clumps - both on the website and on the packaging. It doesn't. The extruded pellets have very sharp ends, not good for paws, My cats don't like it.
I noticed this new cat litter recently and thought would give it a try, as being bio-degradable would be good for the environment. Young kitten seemed to like it and I certainly did as, after taking out poo, just chucked the rest of the soiled litter on the garden. Win win all round.
Put it on the garden after and encourage your pet
Put it on the garden after and encourage your pet to use the outdoor potty. It is a great conditioner, too.
Brilliant product. Totally biodegradable. I add it to my compost bin (without solids, obviously!).
Smells bad and not very absorbant at all.
Stinks! Lingering 'foody' smell. Cats do not like it either. Very heavy!