Pettex Clean Paws Super Clumping Cat Litter
Clean Paws is a premium microgranule cat litter with superior clumping abilities.
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Cannot understand some of the reviews here. It does it's job. I clean out the litter on Sundays and Wednesday and replace with new litter. Rest of the time I scoop it out. My kitten never refuses his tray and I find it does clump and with the aid of a scoop is easy to keep clean. I also use Bob Martin's litter freshener. The two together are great. Recommended :)
I have found this very good no mess walked around the house and no smell,I also find I can handle the 5kilo size bag the others are far to heavy for me to lift.
I find this very economical, as it is so fine all the loose litter drops back into the tray, making it easy to remove soiled part. I have found that it clumps fine provided you make the litter deep enough so the wet doesn't go through to the tray (3+ inches) and don't leave it too long before clearing so it doesn't start to dry out. If small bits fall off the main clump, I don't bother to remove them, it absorbs smells very well.
No dust from this litter but doesn't always clump well - the first bag I bought was great then it seemed to deteriorate. Even leaving for a couple of hours a wee can disintegrate. It does tread all over the place but if you have tiled floors it's easy to sweep, and sweep and sweep!! It does hide smells so that is a bonus with 4 cats in the house. Will we ever get the perfect cat litter that is reasonably priced and meets every need?
We`ve used this litter for years and wouldn`t use anything else. It clumps very well and because it is so fine is easy to sift. The cats love it, so much so that when it is clean and fresh one of my cats lies in it. I didn`t say he was clever!
There isn`t a problem with dust and is easy to sweep if if your cats fires it around the room like one of mine does. All smells are contained by the litter and the only time it has broken up when scooping was just after the cat had used it.