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Fibrecycle Breeder Celect 100% recycled paper litter is a non-clumping, natural cat litter made in the UK from reused newspapers. What it's for Breeder Celect has developed a technology...  Read more

Fibrecycle Breeder Celect 100% Recycled Paper Litter

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Fibrecycle Breeder Celect 100% recycled paper litter is a non-clumping, natural cat litter made in the UK from reused newspapers.

What it's for

Breeder Celect has developed a technology that transforms old newspapers into extremely absorbent products. This process is environmentally friendly, with no chemicals or additives used. This unique process also means that the litter is 99% dust-free, so it's a great alternative for pet parents that may suffer from asthma. The litter is not only very absorbent but also biodegradable and can be recycled with your compost after use, reducing your carbon pawprint. Even better, this litter is lighter than other cat litters, so it's easy to move around. 

Key benefits

  • no chemicals or additives
  • 100% biodegradable
  • super absorbent pellets
  • naturally controls odour
  • essentially dust-free
  • easy to carry
  • comes in ten, 20 and 30-litre bags

How it works

You can be sure that by using this litter you're looking after both the environment and your kitty. Not only are you reducing your carbon footprint, your cat will have a super absorbent, odour-neutralising litter where they can go to the bathroom. 

You don't need to worry about your floors either, as these pellets are made from paper so even if they do end up stuck to your cat's paws, they're not going to make a mess or leave a mark.

To introduce your cat to this litter, simply pour a flat layer into their box, replacing your previous brand. To ease the transition you can try mixing the two and gradually phase out the old litter. Make sure you remove any waste and lumps daily and change the whole box once a week.

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4.6 out of 5 100  Reviews

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  • Great absorbency...
    My indoor cats have been using this litter for more than 10 years. It's highly absorbent, there are minimal tracking and masks smells, which are the main three requirements. Yes, it's expensive but well worth it.
    Joanna - February 14, 2021
  • Best I’ve ever used
    I have three indoor cats and have tried many different litter products, this is the best by far, it absorbs urine odour but no litter in the world can hide pooh odour!! It doesn’t break up either and it’s biodegradable which is the reason I tried it. Won’t use anything else now, I just wish it was slightly cheaper. Highly recommended.
    Lisa Jagger - June 2, 2020
  • Good Litter
    I use this litter for my 2 house rabbits and my daughters pygmy hedgehog .I have tried many other litters suitable for rabbits but find this is the best and can be recycled which is great also not too expensive .
    caroline - May 24, 2020
  • Great litter
    I have been using this for quite a while & have nothing negative to say about it. I have only one indoor cat & there is no problem with odour. Also I like that it's a natural material.
    Libby Carroll - May 13, 2020
  • Cat litter
    Works well for my two cats. Doesn’t break up into dust, I find a few pieces outside the tray after they have used it, but easily brushed up. The trays are changed daily as my two are very fussy about a clean toilet. Recommended.
    Andrea - May 10, 2020