Smelliest litter we have tried! (And we’ve tried a lot!)
Have tried various cat litter types and brands (our cat isn’t fussy thankfully) and this sadly was one of the worst. I had to give it a go from the numerous positive reviews but felt let down :( The clumping was okay, tracking was average (larger but very lightweight), a bit dusty, but worst of all… the pellets (although the odour is relatively pleasant when brand new) somehow reacted with my cats wee and created the strongest, most horrible odour I have experienced with any litter! Even after cleaning wee immediately, the smell is extremely pu...ngent - the clumping is less effective than others and leaves small but strong-smelling traces of litter… Although there are other average/bad litters out there for various reasons, this was by far the smelliest we’ve tried. Back to lavender scented clay for us. Providing a review for potential future improvements - would try again if this was mitigated. Sorry team!
Formula has changed - no longer clumps like it used to
I have been using this litter exclusively for almost 5 years and it seems that the formula has changed recently. When I first started using the litter, the clumping ability and lifespan of the litter was second to none. My cat's wees would clump well and were able to be flushed, meaning that the litter box didn't smell for weeks! Guests would come over and comment that our house didn't smell like we had cats. Now the clumping is awful as it breaks apart, leaving small balls of urine soaked litter that fall through the scoop. This means that the...litter box that stinks the house out and needs to be changed after less than a week. The litter is also very dusty like others have said, and always has been in my opinion. I was able to look past this due to the clumping ability and lifespan that the litter used to have, but I can see why some may be concerned over this. The litter is also very bad for tracking. I would often find the little pellets upstairs, at the opposite end of the house! Again, I was able to look past this due to the positives that the litter used to offer, but this is definitely worth mentioning. I have just purchased another brand of eco-friendly clumping litter online, so hopefully this will be much better than what the Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter has become.
This is great absorb no dust when put it out and my cat don't leave mess when she's done last about 3weeks iam happy iam not changing litter weekly now
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I have used this litter for two years now because I liked the claim of "natural product", the clumping and the pleasant smell.
However, the dust has increased with recent bags and my cat now has a cough and hiccups related to the dust.
I have switched to a recycled paper product and am very angry at the manufacturers of Rufus & Coco.
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hi could you please tell me where the cat litter is made
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 fragran...
What are the differences between the Eco Plant Litter and the Corn Litter? Or is it just what they are made from?
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
Is the corn GMO free? Concern is if my cat eats some.
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
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