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Naturals Corn Cat Litter
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Naturals Corn Cat Litter provides an eco-friendly litter cats love.
November 24, 2010 8:04 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Naturals Corn Cat Litter is exactly what it sounds like — a 100% chemical and additive free cat litter. Naturals Corn Cat Litter is made from natural waste, derived from corn and corncobs, which means that the product can also easily be used as a mulch or fertilizer.
Another aspect that sets Naturals Corn Cat Litter apart from other cat litters is its texture. Unlike other litters, Naturals Corn has been reduced to a fine, sand-like texture that spreads out smoothly and evenly in a litter box. And also unlike other litters, it doesn’t clump up around waste particles, which can make removing waste a bit difficult – I got best results using a pooper-scooper.
A convenient bonus to Naturals Corn Cat Litter is that if you are switching to it from another clumpier litter, your cats will not have problems adjusting. Felines love it because the litter makes them feel like they are walking on sand or a dirt path. This is a big plus for cat lovers who have ever tried to switch their kitties to a silica based, bead-like litter, or even one of the tougher, natural clump litters. And none of the absorbent power of Naturals Corn is lost because it is all-natural — I found its absorbency to be as effective as those of other silica and non-natural based litters.
Bottom line: Naturals Corn Cat Litter is as effective as other, non-natural litters — and it is quite convenient being able to chuck leftovers into your vegetable garden for use as fertilizer.
Pros: Can also be used as fertilizer; cats love the texture.
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