clumping litter that is not soo dusty

tigger

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I've been trying some clumping litter in one box, to see if it stops Minnie Mouse from peeing on blankets that are on our couch. I bought Cedar Fresh Scoop, and I do like how it covers up the smell, but it seems awfully dusty. Is there some other kind of clumping that is not as dusty?
 

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Most will tell you that clumping litter is not good to use .
How ever I do use it , I have to many cats to buy to the more pricy one's . But what I do now and it seem to help with odor and the dust , I use Tity Cat sccop and mix cristal cat litter together . Cedar Fresh scoop ist the most dusting one I know . I used it for a while , but some of my cats starting to sneeze really badly and after I quit using it they stop sneezing .
 

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You know I just bought litter this morning & already the name escapes me, but it's clumping & it's got a wood core surrounded by clay. It says it's flushable, but my toilet got plugged when I tried. I still use it because I think it covers the smell better than anything else I've tried. Oh I think it's called Odor Lockers.
 

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Please see this link regarding clumping kitty litter. If you want to stick to a cheaper type, use the regular clay stuff instead. I've spoken to 3 vets who all said never use the clumping stuff. I have found a great product called Anderson's Clump & Flush which is made from corn cobs. It's more expensive but one bag has lasted me over 2 months and there's virtually no odour.

http://www.thelighthouseonline.com/m...les/clump.html
 
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