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Posted : 11/1/2007 6:33:41 PM
I tried the chicken feed thing, and to me it did NOT help with smell at all. And I loved the smell of the feed, til it got peed in. Also my very picky cat was upset with the new litter.... And the clumping was an issue. One you go clumping, you'll never go back (for me at least). It sort of clumped but a lot was wasted because I couldn't shake the scoop. but also more pee was left in the litter pan, creating more smell, etc.
Posted : 11/4/2007 8:53:09 AM
I was using the chicken feed too and was swearing by it for many months, but due to the loose clumping, the litter would start to smell and I'd be dumping out the whole thing and starting new frequently.
I realized I really wanted the odor control again so I went back to Tidy cats scoop....I still have a half bag of Chicken feed and probably could stretch the tidy cats by mixing the two...haven't done it yet.
I tried the pellets since I have horses and used the pine pellets for my stalls, but the cats didn't like trying to dig through it (but they did) and since I didn't scoop, it got stinky quickly too....changing it out was yucky!!
Posted : 11/6/2007 11:18:02 AM
I've been using Feline Pine (regular, not scooping) with decent results. The only thing is I need to sift out good pellets towards the end of the litter's life so I'm not wasting litter. Can't find my scoop at the moment though...
Urine smell is gone. Poop smell is greatly reduced.
Posted : 11/12/2007 3:57:24 PM
Even though its expensive I stick with the worlds best.
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