A green cat litter that works
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When I first dumped the bag into our litter box, I got a slight whiff of corn, and kinda thought “uh oh … we’re gonna have a corn-field smelling bathroom.” However, that disappeared right away, never to be smelled from again. It wasn’t like that other stuff you had us try out where it smelled like we might have a Glade plug-in or something.Speaking of smell, it did a remarkable job of absorbing (or covering up? how the hell does this stuff work anyway!) the cat’s business. I just really didn’t smell it at all.That is, until just yesterday, and it smelled pretty bad … however, it was waaaaaay overdue to be changed, so this isn’t the litter’s fault. As a studied engineer, we’d call this a “stress test”… meaning, I tested it to the point of failure … and it lasted remarkably long.The last think I look for in litters is clumpability , and it seemed just fine in that regard too. I guess I’m officially recommending it.
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