- Jan 13, 2009
Please tell us what brand litter you use and why? Also benefits or disadvantages in your opinion.
Big clumps of pee, however, take several flushes. As much as it smells bad, it's better to break apart the chunks for easier flushing.We just purchased swheat scoop because when the babies get home we will potty train them and swheat scoop is flushable and will work well we hope
Thanks for the heads up! but I am hoping to not have much scooping as we are doing the litter kwitter and needed flushable litter so if any fell in it would be safe for the potty I'm on a fast track for NO MORE LITTER!! WOOOO!!Big clumps of pee, however, take several flushes. As much as it smells bad, it's better to break apart the chunks for easier flushing.
Then again, Booger tended to pee in one area of the box to make the clump, maybe other cats don't do that? Anyway, good luck.
(Apparently she does not understand that it isn't necessary to peel out of her box after she uses it. Then again, with the way her poop smells, maybe it's self-preservation!) We never smell her urine -- always the poop. I don't expect it to smell like flowers, but it clears the room!
I agree with you 100% I bought 18 kg box of the Urine and Feces one because it was on sale for $21. Worst $21 I've ever spent. I find the one that seems to work the best for me out of Arm&Hammer is the odour alert one that has indicators in it that turn blue when its wet.We use Arm & Hammer for multi cat homes. I also like the Target brand litter, smells nice and clumps well.
There is a new Arm & Hammer that claims it is for urine and feces control, I ran out and got it as soon as I saw it on tv, well forget it I am not sure how they can claim how great it works on odor because I have never smelled anything so bad