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Purina Yesterday's News Unscented Cat Litter
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- One (1) 30-Pound bag of Yesterday's News, Non-Clumping, Unscented Cat Litter
- U.S. veterinarian recommended
- Made with recycled paper
- 3X more absorbent than clay by volume with effective odor control
- 99.7% dust-free
- Soft paper pellets that are extra gentle on sensitive paws
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|Clumping||LightWeight Clumping||Non-Clumping||Alternative (Pure Nature, Yesterday’s News)||BREEZE Litter System|
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|Recommended for Kittens||✓||✓||✓|
Did you know Purina Yesterday's News cat litter is a top recommendation of U.S. veterinarians? Yesterday’s News is also their #1 recommended cat litter following surgery thanks to 99.7% dust-free, soft paper pellets that are gentle on sensitive paws and 3x more absorbent than clay by volume. Healthy cat. Healthy home. Healthy world. Happy you. Purina Yesterday's News is U.S. veterinarian recommended. Healthy for your cat: Soft paper pellets are gentle on sensitive paws and 99.7% dust-free. Healthy for your home: 3X more absorbent than clay by volume with low tracking and effective odor control. Healthy for our world: Made with recycled paper. All of which makes for a happy you.
Size: 30 lb. Bag | Style: Unscented
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IngredientsWe're proud to announce that now every bag containing Yesterday's News brand litter is recyclable, where facilities are available. But we could use your help in getting the word out. Since most companies don't offer recyclable litter bags, existing recycling facilities may not realize that those Yesterday's News bags can be considered "corrugated" or "mixed paper". Let them know! Together we can make our world a little better. Please recycle this bag! Go to www.yesterdaysnews.com to learn more.
DirectionsTransitioning your cat: While some cats can switch from one litter type to another easily, your cat may require a transition. If so, you should follow this simple transition schedule: Week One (en) Mix 1/3 Yesterday's News with 2/3 your current litter. Week Two (en) Mix 2/3 Yesterday's News with 1/3 current litter. Week Three (en) 100% Yesterday's News. Directions: Use a moisture-proof cat box large enough to comfortably accommodate your cat(s). Maintain cat box filler at a depth of 2-3 inches for pawing and covering. We recommend removing waste areas daily. Clean the cat box with warm water and a mild detergent between litter changes. Store in dry place.
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Top customer reviews
I buy this product for two small dogs. It blocks smell all it can- but dogs don't bury their droppings. Once in a while I find one chewing on the pellets.
My cat has been using paper pellets of all different brands since she was a kitten so she adjusted to this one well. The dust that it creates is not small enough to get into the air but sometimes is tracked around the litter box. The pellets sometimes get out of the litter box too but that might be from my cat kicking it out. Not that big of a problem because I'll just pick it back in. It doesn't have any scent which I enjoy. I've tried pine scented litter before and they all smelled artificial which I did not enjoy.
Overall, this litter is nice because you get a lot for the price and is environmentally friendly from using recycled paper. But you do have to constantly clean it to keep odor low
At first I was skeptical because it's completely different than the other litters that are out there, but since I've been using this product I've seen that there has been no dust, no no clumps, and is now a holy grail liter for my household. Since switching to this litter I now refuse to purchase anything else. It is cheaper on Amazon than in my Petco so I've purchased here since seeing this. I plan to try the scented options next.
so think of it more as a litter you'd use for a hamster than a cat lol. not meant to sit in the box for long.
i also prefer this very much over pine litter- pine litter disintegrates and tracks horribly, and gets stuck in my throat and all over my cats paws. ew. this is much safer and cleaner.
I prefer the unscented litter over the scented. The scented litter (when wet) smells worse than a dirty littler box, in my humble opinion. It sort of smacks you in the face when you walk into the rabbit zone. Once wet, the litter sort of crumbles but it still holds the urine. It is easily scoop-able when it is soiled. You can get away with scooping out the soiled litter daily and replacing it so there is no need to dump the whole pan out and disinfect it as often.
All in all, I highly recommend this litter. The price is great and I stand by the product. It is non-toxic and pretty much dust-free. I don't think you would be disappointed if you were to purchase this for your littler trained pet.
Occasionally, a little residue is left of the bottom of the pan. It cleans right up with white vinegar. Just a little spray, let it sit and wipe it up. Box comes out like new when cleaned this way.