Scoopable Feline Fresh Cat Litter
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Rating: 3.8

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(3.8 out of 5, based on 33 reviews)

Scoopable Feline Fresh absorbs more odor-causing liquid than traditional clumping cat litter. W hen the cat visits the litter box, Feline Fresh absorbs all liquid waste in seconds, neutralizes the ammonia odor and forms a flushable clump. This keeps the litter box clean, with a fresh pine scent. It is economical, safe for you, your cat and our planet.
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Umami
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Rating: 5

Close to Perfect

posted 4 years ago

Are you like me? I have 2 cats, one box. The box is in my bathroom. I don't scoop everyday. When I do scoop, I put it in a bag next to the box until the bag is full. Now - when I tell you that this product has EXCELLENT odor control and clumping factors - I mean it! I don't smell a thing - my husband and I are very pleased!

We threw out a bag of World's Best and don't miss it at all.

I have been scooping for a month now and I haven't had to replentish the litter yet. Not sure what the factors are, but I'm just not using it up as fast as clay! $-saver! Love this product!

Pros: Clumping, Easy to lift, Lighter than clay, Eco-friendly, All Natural, Safe, Sustainable, Won't stick to box, Outstanding Odor Control, Long-Lasting product! Flushable, Cats like it

Cons: No litter is non-trackable! Clay sifts a little easier.

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Kayla L.
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Rating: 4

Does the job in our single cat household

posted 5 years ago

I've been using this for two months with Ursie and it does well. I didn't want to use the Freshstep I used for the twins I helped raise up last year, because of the cloud of dust and odor erasers. My cat's daddy has worse allergies than I do and those clouds would give him an asthma fit. I also know the clay litter is hard to vacuum off the carpeting and if the carpet is wet, it will embed.

Urs has her litter box in the hall closet with a sliding door, and a cheap doormat at the entrance of the booda dome so the majority of the tracking stays in the closet. The smell was a bit to get used to at the beginning but it doesn't bother me at all now. The odor control is fairly well until she drops a big loaf and everyone makes the "oh god" face for about five minutes until it disapates, and that's only if we're walking to the bathroom.

Our local Pet Club carries this for b1g1 so it's extremely affordable on top of the already low pricing.

Pros: clumps well, lasts a long time, flushable, no cloud of dust

Cons: may take awhile to adjust to the scent from clay litter

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