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Kokoba clumping cat litter is 100% natural and makes cleaning your pet's litter tray really easy. How it works Cat owners are starting to use clumping cat litter more often because it's... Read more

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Kokoba clumping cat litter is 100% natural and makes cleaning your pet's litter tray really easy.

How it works

Cat owners are starting to use clumping cat litter more often because it's much easier to keep clean than the traditional stuff. It's made from an all-natural clay, white bentonite, which is safer and non-toxic. It doesn't produce much dust, either. It clumps really easily, so there's less chance of it getting stuck to your pet's paws and dragged around your home. As it comes together so easily, there's no need to empty the whole tray once a week. You just need to pick out lumps to get rid of urine. You can do this with a special fine mesh scoop, or by hand (with gloves on).

To use non-clumping litter, put about five to seven centimetres of it in the tray. Pick out any lumps every day so that it doesn't start to smell. Add a little extra once a week to keep it topped up, and wash the tray once a month. Wait until the tray is completely dry until putting the fresh litter in.

Key benefits

  • makes less dust
  • safe for cats and 100% natural
  • good for the environment
  • clumps quickly and lasts for a long time
  • keeps bad smells to a minimum
  • easier to clean than normal litter: just remove the clumps
  • tray stays dry
  • made from fine white bentonite.

When to use it

Non clumping litter should be used in place of regular cat litter. Cats can be upset by change, so make sure you switch slowly. If you don't, your furry friend might be put off using their litter tray when they arrive and see that things are different. Introduce it over the course of five days, adding a little bit to the normal cat litter until it's all completely replaced.

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4.5 out of 5 110  Reviews

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  • best ever litter
    brilliant litter - no smell and you only take out what has been used.
    glynis bolton - August 6, 2018
  • Simply the best
    As I said this is simply the best litter I’ve used.. My 2 girlies love it and so do I, No smell and using the cat litter liners as I do there’s no mess, just take the bag out, bin it and clean bag in and then done.. Wouldn’t use anything else, only real problems I’ve had is the packaging it’s delovered in, delivery drivers aren’t careful and boxes have come broken in the past and bags have been torn by yodel but always put right and resent by Hermes, so if anything my advice is yes purchase this it’s great but pet supermarket you need to use a different delivery company as Yodel as very poor and Hermes are much more careful with your parcels
    Dawn Corbett - July 26, 2018
  • Cat Litter Best I've bough
    This cat litter is the best I've bought. It clumps well, stays fresh , doesn't cause a terrible pong, dust is minimal, and litter doesn't get tracked everywhere. Delivery was very quick. Only downside is that the box used by Pet-Supermarket for packaging was yet again inadequate for the weight of contents, and had split open & yet again. You do need to get your act together that the packaging is suitable for size and weight of what is being sent.
    B A Fisher - July 19, 2018
  • Purrrrfect
    Kokoba cat litter is the best clumping litter we have used, less dust, virtually odour free, doesn’t stick to cats paws...so no litter trails.
    Carole Richards - July 5, 2018
  • Clumps .
    Kokoba is a superb clumping litter . Easy to clean , very little odour if any , best of its kind .
    Pru Doughty - June 1, 2018