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Q: DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A GOOD BRAND OF CLUMPING CAT LITTER THAT DOESN'T CAUSE A LOT OF DUST?

April 7, 2009 | By ANGI L. | 7 answers | Expired: 1989 days ago

DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A GOOD BRAND OF CLUMPING CAT LITTER THAT DOESN'T CAUSE A LOT OF DUST?

I'VE TRIED SEVERAL BRANDS AND THEY ALL
CAUSE LOTS OF DUST IN THE AIR WHEN I SCOOP.

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dawn
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Apr 16, 2009

swheat scoop works very good, the pine pelts are not clumping litter but it's just as easy as clumping and it's dust free.

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Bowne
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Apr 14, 2009

Tidy Scoop is pretty good. I've also bought a brand from Pet Supplies Plus that is pretty good too. It comes in a 40 pound bag and is supposed to be 99% dust free. I can't remember the exact name, but the bag is blue and says premium choice.

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HaNnAh2014
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Apr 12, 2009

my recomendation is Fresh Step

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Jillian
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Apr 10, 2009

i tried a cheap brand and it was like a sans storm. we always use tidy-cat and have never had the problem.

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Michael C.
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Apr 09, 2009

There is a litter made of wheat and is called "Swheat Scoop". My experience has been that because it does not have clay or other absorbing materials that it does not create a dust.
You can get it at most major grocery and pet stores. It might even be available at Costco.

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Jessica O.
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Apr 08, 2009

I use fresh step I personally think it works good without too much dust. You can buy a 40lb container of it at Sam's club for about $10

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Cindy C.
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Apr 07, 2009

Arm and Hammer Odor Alert kitty litter! Its a little bit pricier than most but so worth the money! I have tried everything and this is the best I've found so far. There is minimal dust and it is amazing how much it masks the odor compared to other brands!

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