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Q: Moths And Litter?

April 24, 2011 | By Ches21 | 1 answer | Expired: 1227 days ago

Ches21

Recently I discovered that there have been moths in the litter box in the clean litter. At first it was just a few of them so I didn't mind but now alot of the time that they have gotten in to the house it's 5 moths or more and they will try and stay in the litter box even when I am scooping it or pouring new litter in it. So Why are the moths attracted to the kitty litter?

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Kelly
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Apr 24, 2011

Are you using one of the natural litters made from corn or wheat? I've heard of people having problems with moths & other bugs when using litters like World's Best or Swheat. In those cases it would be like getting weevils in flour. They're attracted to grains & lay their eggs in them. I don't know what the attraction would be if you're using a clay litter. Insects usually hate clay.

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