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Which litter??

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by thompsonk, Jul 14, 2009.


  1. thompsonk

    thompsonk PetForums Member

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    Hello!

    Does anyone use Bob Martin Litter? And if you do, how good is it at odour control? Im currently using Catsan which is great but because Tilda is pregnant I'm keeping her indoors so I'm going through 20L every 10 days and its about £10 a bag.

    Anyone got any other recommendations from the supermarket/pets at home?

    Thanks xx
     
  2. Spannermarie4444

    Spannermarie4444 PetForums Newbie

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    I use Wilkinsons own, £5 a big bag, wood based, which is fine
     
  3. thompsonk

    thompsonk PetForums Member

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    Is Wilkinsons a clumping litter? Does it have odour control? Tilda has her own bathroom but I still want it smelling nice :) xx
     
  4. Spannermarie4444

    Spannermarie4444 PetForums Newbie

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    it doesnt clump too much, i buy seperate odour control.. ur cat has her own bathroom!!!
     
  5. Mr Gizmo

    Mr Gizmo Body of a Buddah.

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    It feels as though candy has her own flat and were just lodgers.:smilewinkgrin:
     
  6. Saikou

    Saikou PetForums VIP

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    I use Oko Plus (Cats Best) its wood based (not pellets) and it clumps and has excellent odour control. Clumping clay litters are not advisable for small kittens learning to use the tray as they have a tendancy to eat clay cat litter. Never seen one try to tuck into wood or paper though.
     
  7. thompsonk

    thompsonk PetForums Member

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    Haha yeah!! x
     
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    I use OKO Plus clumping (not the wood based) and I think its definately the best one I've used and have used it for years now :)
     
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    Saikou PetForums VIP

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    All Oko Plus is made from wood :

     
  10. mypets

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    paper based smells and so does clumpy litter....I use asdas own..but have used the wood pellets before and i find that is quite good...
     
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    Emma_Williams PetForums Junior

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    Does anyone know the cheapest place to get it is? (ÖkoPlus)
     
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    lol you know I never knew that, its great at odour control tho.
     
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    kittykat PetForums VIP

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    The cheapest place I find is Zoo Plus - I've just ordered another 2 bags. They used to sell it in pets@home but its not always stocked now.
     
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    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    i use the wood pellets which smell less you can get a big 30L bag for £8-9 from pets at home
     
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    I use wood based cat litter called Cobby Cat its in a green sack i pay £6.00 a sack and find this great it smells of a strong pine even with whole males using it.
     
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