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Old 08-05-2006, 10:46 PM   #31
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Wow! Thanks for all the responses!
I just reread my original post and realized I put the wrong problem down . It's not that it's not clumping it that the clumps fall apart when scooping.

Thanks again!! I am definitely going to do a little more research. I knew I could count on all of you!

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Old 08-06-2006, 09:18 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by doglover
We use the Tidy Cats either multi cat or the extended one. Whichever is on sale at Petsmart! As for them kicking it everywhere we got the covers that go with the litter pans so they have a 'dome-like' potty area.

I was hearing recently about the dust that they can kick up from this type of litter and goes into the rectum and causes them to get ill. Is this true? Anyone?
Yes, the dust can cause problems. I'm not sure whether it gets in through the rectum or if it's just breathed in but the dust can cause some severe problems for cats that are suseptable to bladder and kidney conditions.

We use a low dust litter but She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed likes the great out doors and will go outside ever in the dead of winter.

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For years I have used the Sam's Club big bucket - but recently they changed the box (and probably the formula). While it still retains that fresh "dentist office" fragrance I like, the clumps no longer hold their shape as well - and then when they fall apart the whole thing ends up reeking of ammonia. I am actually out, and am about to go to the petstore to buy something new.
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