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Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter

Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter Questions & Answers

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6 questions from our users

Fairey5
Fairey5asked

hi could you please tell me where the cat litter is made

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Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi there!

Wee Kitty is a natural product made from corn and completely free from chemicals and unhealthy additives.
It is made up with natural plant fibres, combined with a binding agent and fragrance. It is a safe, natural based product. Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter does NOT contain bentonite clay. The team at Rufus & Coco take great pride in ensuring our products are premium quality, easy to use and most importantly help the happiness and health of your furry friends!

Jess
Jessasked

What are the differences between the Eco Plant Litter and the Corn Litter? Or is it just what they are made from?

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Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi Jess,

Thank you for your query regarding our new Eco Plant Clumping Litter.

This is a brand new product, joining the Wee Kitty line and set to follow in the foot steps of our award-winning Corn Clumping Litter. We have launched Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter to provide customers with another option to buy that is safe for the environment, whilst continue to tick all the key boxes in performance.

Wee Kitty Corn Clumping Litter and Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter are both made with naturally sourced ingredients but as you have mentioned, they are made from slightly different formulas, which marks their primary difference and allows customers - and their cats - the option to see which best suits their personal preferences!

Warm Regards,
Customer Service

Heidi
Heidiasked

Is the corn GMO free? Concern is if my cat eats some.

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Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi Heidi,

Thank you for your inquiry regarding our Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter.

This product is made from corn and is therefore non-toxic, clay free and biodegradable. If your pet was to consume some of the litter it would be safe for them to do so.

Should you have further questions regarding this product or any of the Rufus & Coco range, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Warm Regards,
Customer Service Team

Rufus & Coco | The Fur Salon
www.rufusandcoco.com.au
www.thefursalon.com.au

SteveB
SteveBasked

Hi Can you guarentee your corn cat litter will not contain or grow the aflatoxin mould as per the research below?

A particularly concerning result of this is the growth of aflatoxin mold in corn cob cat litter. from pet owners state that this mold growing in their cat’s litter box made their cats sick and even lead to death. Cornell’s Department of Animal Science says that: “the commodities with the highest risk of aflatoxin contamination are corn, peanuts and cottonseed.
Aflatoxin mold loves growing in warm, wet corn. Corn cob cat litter manufacturers know that. That’s why manufacturers test their product before it hits the shelves. The problem is that the mold can appear later on, when the litter is in your house and in contact with your cat.

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Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi SteveB,

We have a test showing that there is no trace of Aflatoxins in our Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter.

Kind regards,

The Rufus & Coco Team

Jocelyn
Jocelynasked

I live in Chermside Brisbane. Where can I buy this or is it online?

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Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi Jocelyn,

Thank you for getting in touch with us!

You can purchase Wee Kitty Litter online at www.rufusandcoco.com.au, alternatively you can view our list of stockists here - https://www.rufusandcoco.com.au/stockists.

Kind regards,

The Team @ Rufus & Coco

Sarah
Sarahasked

Hi
We have just bought this litter for our 2 cats and my cat is eating it. Is this dangerous and how do I get him to realise it's litter not food ?

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Pam
Pam

I had the same problem with my cat too, turns out my cat loves the taste of corn. Eating small amounts of the litter shouldn't be too dangerous for your cat, but I think you should change litters for the sake for your cat. I called up the Rufus & Coco and they told me to mix half of their litter with half of the cat's old litter so they can get used to it, but unfortunately my cat still didn't want to do her business in it. My cat is now using Applaws natures calling cat litter, no problems at all.

Zaklina
Zaklina

I agree with catlover48 above. It's probably not going to make your cat sick if only small amounts were ingested, but if your cat thinks it's a meal and not litter, then it's best to change to a different litter. The Applaws one is good, but only if you have a darker coloured kitty, or one that is meticulous about cleaning itself if it's lighter coloured (neither of which are characteristics of my kitty). I use a recycled paper litter pellets, which is okay for my kitty. The only thing is it tracks and doesnt clump like the Rufus and Coco one.

Rufus & Coco
Rufus & C.Rufus & Coco

Hi Sarah,

Sorry to hear about your little mate's troubles!

I have to admit we have never had this query before.

Rest assured, Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn litter is a natural product (made from corn) so there are no chemicals or other nasties in there. In fact, it actually breaks down in liquid - which is why it is flushable! So if your little mate does happen to eat some, it can be ‘flushed’ from their system by drinking plenty of water.

However, we recommend that you give your cat plenty of water and keep a close eye on her and if you are concerned consult your friendly vet.

I suggest sprinkling some of your cats previous brand of litter over the top of the Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn litter until they get used to the idea it is litter.

Please let us know how you go! We can be contacted directly at hello@rufusandcoco.com.au

Tahlia @ Rufus & Coco Vet Nurse

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