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A good flushable cat litter overall
on April 15, 2010
This is my first time using a flushable cat litter, so I my only basis of comparison is the non-flushable products. The Better Way product clumps together effectively but if you shake the clumps, like when scooping them with a litter strainer, they can start to come apart. I'm sure this is due to the fact that to be flushable it needs to break apart. When dumping into the toilet it is important to let it soak for a few minutes if there is a large amount. The odor of the sanel, the "natural cat attractant" is a bit disturbing at first for my cats since they've always used unscented litter. Inspite of this, one of my cats could not resist the smell as I poured the first bag into her box, so she jumped right in, dug around, and had a pee. I guess it really is a natural attractant. She is using it consistently and seems to prefer it over the clay stuff now.
One thing to be aware of is that this stuff is a bit finer than most clay litter. Because of this is seems to stay in their paws and get tracked around the house a bit more. This is the only reason I gave it four stars instead of five.
I am going to keep using this product and switch my one remaining box of clay stuff to Better Way.