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You should not flush cat poo or litter down the toilet in the Uk. Cat litter can carry a parasite known as Toxoplasma Gondii, this parasite is very hardy and can survive some wastewater treatment processes (it is rare but it can happen) meaning that it could eventually infect someone with toxoplasmosis. Please do not flush it!
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· 19 September 2020
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Just leave it to absorb the pee. But check it regularly if still ok. If its smelly the cat dont like it and she or he will find some place to wee,like on your bed or in the carpet thats what we experience. Hope this will help
Vher
· 15 November 2018
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No, we have not found so... Overall, the cat litter works well.
JKS-Wimbledon
· 15 June 2017
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Dig it into your garden borders, it's a paper product and is biodegradable
Padz2003
· 03 March 2019
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It's a pelleted litter so probably not small enough to be suitable
KEN PEPPERRELL
· 22 September 2021
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Yes it is un scented. It has a smell of the paper only, no artificial additives. I have been using this for over a year now as the low dust cat litter I was using was NOT Low dust!! I am really happy with how it performs and I have 3 cats that use it, it's also totally bio degradable so can be used as compost. But I do… see more Yes it is un scented. It has a smell of the paper only, no artificial additives. I have been using this for over a year now as the low dust cat litter I was using was NOT Low dust!! I am really happy with how it performs and I have 3 cats that use it, it's also totally bio degradable so can be used as compost. But I don't use it for this. My parents have just switched to this from catsan and do use it on the garden as mulch. It goes a long way also, don't put to much in as it swells as it is used. That's the best tip I can give you. Just cover the base with it. see less Yes it is un scented. It has a smell of the paper only, no artificial additives. I have been using this for over a year now as the low dust cat litter I was using was NOT Low dust!! I am really happy with how it performs and I have 3 cats that use it, it's also totally bio degradable so can be used as compost. But I don't use it for this. My parents have just switched to this from catsan and do use it on the garden as mulch. It goes a long way also, don't put to much in as it swells as it is used. That's the best tip I can give you. Just cover the base with it.
Amanda A.
· 04 January 2018
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I have no idea what roddent litter is like
I just know this is great for my 3 cats, absorbes the smells.

Amazon Customer
· 07 May 2020
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I think it depends on a) who supplies it, and b) the carrier who delivers it. Some have simply sent the bag as is via Yodel (*shudder*), meaning it gets ripped and ruined. Others have sent in a big very robust plastic sack, which is usually fine.
SW
· 11 November 2018
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It doesn't clump after they pee, if that's what you wanted to know. The pellets are made from newspaper, so when wet the pellets go mushy
Kim Deacon
· 30 April 2020
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I have used wood-based products in the past with guinea pigs not sure about whether this would be suitable but I don't see why not, they would need some softer bedding in their sleeping areas though. Maybe use it as a base layer with sawdust and hay on top.
Amazon Customer
· 25 March 2017