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A Quick Tip by sustainablogger

  • Feb 11, 2011
Traditional cat litters are made from clay, which has a couple of problems: it's generally strip-mined, and the dust can irritate you cat's respiratory system. I've found that alternatives made from pine sawdust and corn work well in terms of odor control without these other issues.
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March 03, 2011
Not to mention that the clay in cat litter bothered my respiratory system! After using clay cat litter for a few months, I switched to the corn-based litter. I and my 3 cats like it so much better, and it performs as well (if not better). :)
March 03, 2011
Now we only have one cat, I've shifted to the pine litter (the sawdust kind, not those hard little pellets). Like it better for odor control... even after a few days, it gives off pine scent (the real deal) when I clean the box... Did use the corn-based stuff for a number of year, though... worked better for multiple cats.
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Jeff McIntire-Strasburg is the founder and editor ofsustainablog, a co-founder ofGreen Options Media(now Important Media), and a former writer atTreehugger.      Born and raised in … more
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