My male cat likes to roll in the litter box, he's been doing this for years. He'll get filthy rolling in dirt outside too. I know why they do this to clean mites and fleas etc. I can't stop him from rolling in the litter box even though he's usually very clean. I use clumping litter and don't want him licking that gluey stuff when he grooms. Plus maybe bacteria from the litter, and don't want him in my bed like that and I try to always get fragrance-free litter but sometimes they're out, so that's another thing I don't want him licking is fragrance. Can I just use chinchilla type dust bath? I plan to get a second new litter box and put the dust batch stuff in it and put him in it and rub it on him until he learns this is the bath bin and not to use it as litter and vice versa. I found this Bio-Groom Pro White Grooming Powder 2.5 lbs the box says on it for Cats And Dogs. Bio-Groom Pro White Grooming Powder You & Me Small Animal Bath Dust brand says 'for small animals like gerbils, degus, hamsters. https://www.petco.com/shop/en/petco...MIu6Pd74-e4AIViIzICh3nSgDLEAQYAyABEgKbSPD_BwE My cat is mid-length hair, not short or long, not sure if that matters but they do have a Smooth and Harsh (fine/rougher) blend options for the Bio-Groom. I'm thinking something in between and not super fine dust like for chinchillas. What about Food-Grade diatomaceous earth? Should I mix that in or just use straight food grade diatomaceous earth? Maybe I can add in sand but I would have to make sure it's natural and not potash in it or anything sketchy like that possibly in bagged sandbox sand, maybe just take some sand from the woods or something. thanks.