I've tried a few
I used this for first then switched it up to see if there was something better but the clumping ones tend to get caught in their paws and onto the carpet. The paper ones absorb the wee too much and it wastes the litter too quickly. This one the wee goes to the bottom and is absorbed by the clay dust/small clay and the poo is easy to scoop out and not odour-some at all. Best litter I've tried and I've tried a few.
Ive been using this 12yrs for 1 cat. It realy absorbs smell. Lasts a lot longer than is whats recommend in packet. Very easy to clean. A few stray bits of litter seem to get out the tray but its not messy and easily picks up. Price is ok not cheap but affordable for how long it lasts
Purchased in January 2019 at Supermarket .
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Chandlers recent change of format, and packaging.
This used to be by far the best cat litter, in my opinion. But since they have changed the material (and packaging) to a light grey substance, it is very sticky, and it sticks to the tray and scoop. It also appears to be a bit less absorbent? Why would they change from their previous clay litter to an inferior one, when it used to be excellent? Regrettably I'm changing to another clay product that is less sticky and 'gluggy'.
my cats use only chandler cat litter , kittens even love it when i have a litter .i buy in bulk when on special.
March 6th 2018 Update: chandler cat litter
yes my cats use chandler cat litter, have used it for many years ,especially for the kittens, i have found it very successful,
what about rabbits
we have rabbits and have used chandler pet litter and find it the best. we have one rabbit at the moment in the house and he is 100% house trained and if you did not know rabbits pee a lot and your litter really accommodates his needs and i can use it after on the garden. with our sandy soils at Queenstown SA its fantastic.
A good product but hard to find.
Coles appears to have stopped selling it. In my area there's only Coles cheap homebrand clay (and some pieces are very coarse and large) or a very expensive product called Tidy Cats which is finer and therefore harder to see if your cat is the scattering litter around kind. It all very well for Coles to stock clumping, paper, crystals and goodness knows what other kinds of litter but it is all meaningless when you have a cat that prefers plain clay....something Coles don't seem to have grasped.
Only one I've used for this cat.
Not having had a cat for 11 years, I forget what we used previously, but when we got our now almost 3 year old adoptee kitten, I asked my daughter about what litter to use now. She also has an inside-only cat, a pedigree Ragdoll of 8 years, and has always been very happy with this product. Both of us clear the tray every single day, and give all the litter (esp.wet areas) a thorough raking around with the litter shovel. My cat doesn't 'get' covering hers (she does try!) so I have to go in and do it, and as she has Inflammatory Bowel Disease, he...r bowel contents are (believe me) absolutely putrid smelling (despite only being allowed to eat ONE type of food- a dry Hills Science Diet)!! Once covered, no more smell. Her litter tray is in the laundry, right next to the kitchen. I WAS going to get a covered tray, as my daughter uses one (she works long hours away), but we haven't needed to do that. We have a big mat in front of the tray, and very little (large) pieces end up there- easily swept up. I've never used the crystal type as I was worried about dust being inhaled. The cattery we use has the newspaper type and our cat doesn't seem to worry about it, but I don't know what happens with the smell!!!
Great Product!! Highly Recommended!
I have had cats all my life and A LOT of them and I believe that Chandler Clay Litter is the best product on the market for value for money and quality. I have used Chandler Kitty litter for over a year. Before this I used to use the crystals (no brand in particular). After using Chandler clay littler I will never use another kitty litter again. It absorbs the smell much better than the crystals I used to use, or recycled newspaper and other products on the market. The colour of the clay (light brownish) I find helps to camouflage the mess that...the cat makes in the tray, as opposed to the clear/white colour that the crystals have. I have noticed some changes in the product and packaging over the last year but I do not think the quality has changed. Its also a plus that it is Australian owned and made! I would recommended this product to any cat owner!
Chandler Pet Litter where have you gone!
This product was the best ever, my Burmese loved it and so did I. But what has happened to it, the quality has deteriorated so much. With only a couple of piddles from the cat and it turns into this muddy clump - never used to. If you think that this will make you buy more, you can think again!
Chandler Cat Litter has been our choice for many years it was value for money, absorbed smells and didn't clump. Until now- recently, over the past couple of months- the product has changed- not just the packaging. It has little absorbency, it clumps and is simply inferior to what it was. I might just as well buy any of the generic brands and save myself money. There are plenty of complaints on their Facebook page about this change - but they seem to be ignoring them or answering in platitudes.
it used to be an excellent product
It has changed and is now no better than an generic
I have been using Chandlers Pet litter for many years with no problems until a recent change in the packaging,at which time the quality of the product changed from very good to poor! The company have been notified but are saying there is no change to the quality.Customer service is somewhat lacking.
Always reliable in quality in the beginning.
The product is not absorbant and sets hard like clay in the litter tray and smells.
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