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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by spid, Jul 9, 2009.
Okay guys, your opinions and the cheapest place to get it from please. Thanks.
I'm confused !! Your thread reads "chick crumbs for cat litter, but the link is to a cat breeder's web site
lol - The link is to MY website - I'm not selling the stuff, I want to know where to get it cheaply and if anyone uses it and their opinions.
Ive been using it for the last 12 months , Down here its gone up from, £9 to £13 I cant get it any cheaper without travelling for miles
Brill stuff though, better than cat litter IMO
Ooops :blush2: ~ & a very fine website it is too, lol :blushing: Hehe ~ I'm so dumb :smilewinkgrin: . Sorry - I've never heard of it (after all that!!)
Where can you get it from though? ON line pref or big stores? Does it clump? Track? last a long time?
My pet shop orders it for me, I get the organic ones, they eat it now and again
It does track a little but no more than any other litter, a tracking matt helps loads.
Iv never known anything to clump as well, a 20kg bag lasts me about 3 weeks, depends on how many cats you have. I would say it lasts about 4x longer than clay type litters and theres no smell as you scoop all the wees and poos out.
Can I be really dizzy and ask what it's made out of? I've never heard of chick crumbs before..
spid, ive found this place in scotland. they sell argo chick crumbs, ive tried them they are good.
contact / order
they are mainly made of wheat and maize I think
Sounds great - got a brand name so I can ask my pet shop to do the same?
chick crumbs as in chicken food? lol
we sell that in 2 or3kg bags (cant remember which) for £3 each ;]
Just had a bit of a google session and realised you're talking about chicken feed! I've never heard for this being used for cat litter before. Very interesting.. I might look into that around my area. The best litter I've used so far is "World's Best" but it's a bit too pricy for me! Looks like this might be a good alternative?
Thank you - you are a genius and a star!
my heads now twice its normal size lol
You have to try it, ive not used commercial cat litter since, Its all rubbish in comparison. Plus when you have kittens theres no worries when they eat it
It smells funny at first but its not horrible, it reminds me of weetabix the cats seem to like it
They better go for it - I've just ordered 3x20kg bags for them to hopefully last until we move to London at the end of Aug. 60 kg is costing me £27 + £3 delivery. 50p a kilo! I think that's brilliant!
lets hope so, if not you will have to get some chickens:thumbup:
I'll have to have a shop around in Bucks. Thanks for the tip! xx