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Purina Yesterday’s News Unscented Cat Litter – 30 lb. Bag

February 10, 2019 - Comment

Provide effective cat litter odor control in your cat’s litter box area with Purina Yesterday’s News Unscented Original Texture cat litter. This formula absorbs three times the moisture by mass when compared to clay-based litter, keeping her litter box fresh and welcoming. The non-abrasive pellets are crafted from recycled paper, so you can feel good

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Provide effective cat litter odor control in your cat’s litter box area with Purina Yesterday’s News Unscented Original Texture cat litter. This formula absorbs three times the moisture by mass when compared to clay-based litter, keeping her litter box fresh and welcoming. The non-abrasive pellets are crafted from recycled paper, so you can feel good about using this paw-friendly, non-clumping cat litter in your home. Designed for low tracking with no small particles, this formula helps to keep your floors free from trails of paw prints and messes. It’s formulated without harmful chemicals, making it a safe, nontoxic litter option that won’t harm cats if they happen to ingest it. Rest easy knowing you’re getting a healthy, eco – friendly way to manage cat odor control every day when you fill her cat box with this Purina Yesterday’s News litter. Get the pet products you need in just a few mouse clicks when you order this Purina litter for cats from Amazon.com today.

Ingredients:
Made with recycled paper.

Directions:
Transitioning your cat: While some cats can switch from one litter type to another easily, your cat may require a transition. If so, you should follow this simple transition schedule: •Week One – Mix 1/3 Yesterday’s News with 2/3 your current litter. •Week Two – Mix 2/3 Yesterday’s News with 1/3 current litter. •Week Three – 100% Yesterday’s News. Directions: Use a moisture-proof cat box large enough to comfortably accommodate your cat(s). Maintain cat box filler at a depth of 2-3 inches for pawing and covering. We recommend removing waste areas daily. Clean the cat box with warm water and a mild detergent between litter changes.

Warning:
Note: We want to remind those with suppressed immune systems and pregnant women that a parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis. Please wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat box filler. Encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box, or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains. Used litter is not recommended for garden use. Product is filled by weight; some settling may occur.

Product Features

  • 30 lb. Bag – Purina Yesterday’s News Unscented Cat Litter
  • Absorbs 3x the moisture by mass than traditional clay-based litter
  • Delivers effective odor control
  • No added fragrance for peace of mind
  • Designed for low-tracking with no small particles

Comments

Anonymous says:

but in the end our one female kitty is most happy living in her own cat “suite” in our bedroom/private … I’ve been using this brand of litter for the last 4 years- here’s how I got to using this brand of cat litter.Backstory: Our family has 3 cats, which is for us one cat to many. Unfortunately the 2 males cats team up and bully the one female cat and we’ve tried many of the ideas from “My Cat From Hell” TV show, but in the end our one female kitty is most happy living in her own cat “suite” in our bedroom/private bath.Since her litter box is now in our…

Anonymous says:

Worth the money This litter is the only type I use for my cat and rabbits. Though it seems expensive compared to commercial clay litters, the benefits far outweigh the extra expense. I only use enough to cover the bottom of the litter pan and change dump boxes daily. Surprisingly, the paper litter soaks up urine quickly and odors do not linger. This product is also safe for rabbits to ingest, whereas clay is not. Have tried generic paper litter to only have so-so results– they don’t soak up the urine as…

Anonymous says:

Great idea in theory. Crappy idea in practice. Just don’t like it. Using newspaper for cat litter is a great idea. In theory. In practice, not so great. Or maybe in this particular manifestation — not so great.I probably should have read more reviews, but I thought, “Hey, it’s cat litter. I’m throwing it out bit by bit anyway. How bad could it be?”Welp, it’s not BAD. It’s annoying as all get-out, and I was wrong. After rescuing a kitten, and deciding to keep him inside the house so he would be safe and away from cars, wild forest…

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