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posted 11-03-2003 06:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jamiya     Edit/Delete Message
Can anyone who has tried this product please let me know how you like it? Does it really control odor better than the regular clumping litters? Does it clump well? Can you actually flush it without clogging up your drains, even with multiple cats?


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posted 11-03-2003 05:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SleeplessInLA     Edit/Delete Message
Yes, I used that litter for a couple of weeks recently. I actually didn't like it. It clumps OK, but my cat tracked little crumbs of litter all over the place, which does not happen with regular clumping litter. And you can flush it, but you need lots of time because you can only flush a little bit at a time, and it helps to let it sit in the bowl for awhile to soften up before flushing. Honestly, it was a pain in the you know what. I went back to regular clumping litter. (And it's expensive!)

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posted 11-03-2003 05:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
I tried the Swheat Scoop a while back and also did'nt really care for it. The odor control was pretty good (I have 6 cats) and it clumped well but it seemed to clump like cement to the bottom of the box and was very hard to get off when that happened. Someone told me to spray Pam on the box before dumping the litter in to solve this problem. I never tried flushing it because I once clogged my cousin's toilet when I tried to flush "flushable" cat litter down it so I did'nt want to chance it.

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