Yes, Pretty Litter was specially developed by a team of veterinarians and scientists to be safe for cats. It is made from silica gel which is super-absorbent but does not swell in the presence of humidity and won’t be absorbed by the bowel if accidentally ingested.
Non-clumping absorbs more of the waste, while the clumping litter traps more of the odor. Non-clumping usually requires changing out the litter at least once a week, while clumping requires less changing.
Vets often say that unscented clumping litter is best: “I always recommend unscented, clumping cat litter,” says Jim D. Carlson. “Scented litter is designed for humans, not cats. Felines have a strong sense of smell with 67 million scent receptors.
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Twice a week is a general guideline for replacing clay litter, but depending on your circumstances, you may need to replace it every other day or only once a week. If you clean the litter box daily, you might only need to change clumping litter every two to three weeks.
Cats who scratch the floor or wall after using the litter box are usually making a comment about the litter box itself and or the litter that is being used. Often the cat box is too small for the cat or there isn’t enough litter or there’s too much litter in the cat box.
Add baking soda to the litter: Surprisingly, baking soda is a great all-natural deodorizer that is both safe for cats and can help manage the litter box smell. By mixing a little bit of baking soda with the litter, you can help absorb any urine odors also.
(It’s also eco-friendly.) PrettyLitter is manufactured in China.
Yes, it’s possible. If you notice a color change, we recommend you monitor your cat’s PrettyLitter to see if the color change persists. This is because cats are sensitive creatures and they can be affected by normal life events like a change in food, weather or short-term stress.