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Q: What kind of cat litter do zootooers use?

June 2, 2009 | By Julie | 17 answers | Expired: 1772 days ago

Julie

There are so many different types of litter that can be used. Sand type litter to pellets & newspaper types., lightly scented to non-scented.

Just curious of the type used and why....
And does your cat seem to have a preference?

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Debo2
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Jun 04, 2009

Sam's Club litter. Not over scented, clumps well, is reasonable and works well with the Litter Robots.

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Tracy
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Jun 04, 2009

I tried many litters at various prices and have finally settled on Special Kitty litter from Walmart. It clumps and scoops very well and with 3 kitties, the cost is minimal. If you pour it out slowly the dust kicked up is not too bad.

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Isoyaemi
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Jun 04, 2009

I use perfect litter. Every month they just send me two bags of it. It's virtually dust free which is good for my cat, Kitty, who has asthma. It also detects urinary problems. It has good odor control too. You can get it at: perfectlitter.com

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Ginger G.
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Jun 04, 2009

I've always used either Arm & Hammer Odor Alert or Arm & Hammer Super Scoop. I always get fragrance free.

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Kaytee
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Jun 04, 2009

I like Feline Pine

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Katie M.
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Jun 04, 2009

I use all different brands, mostly whatever is on sale. I refer the scoopable cat litter though.

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Cutiemcbeal01
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Jun 03, 2009

I use Scoop Away Multi Cat. I have 4 cats and though there have been weeks when money was too tight and I tried a cheaper brand, I was never happy with it and have always gone back to Scoop Away. As far as my cats, I don't think they really care one way or the other, as long as there's litter in the box and it's clean.

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jackie
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Jun 03, 2009

I usr redners brand its very cost effective only 9.99 for about 30 lbs. It has very minimal dust which is good for my cats because one has asma. Ive been using it for a few years now and its ok. I wouldnt use it if I had more than my two cats its not that good

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Mary G.
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Jun 03, 2009

Right now we are using two kinds of litter. For my diabetic cat in order to read his urinalysis strips it was recommended that we use Fresh Step Clay and it is OK, but a little dusty. For our other cats we are using Peline Pine Scoopable clumping litter. It is a natural product and smells kind of like fresh saw dust.

I have tried many brands over the years and honestly I can't say that my cats have any real preference.

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lynn m.
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Jun 03, 2009

Scoopable Fresh Step. I have used all other kinds but have found this to

1 - smell the best
2 - scoop the best
3 - clumps the best
4 - tracks the least


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