Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Litter Update

I purchased this yesterday for the cats. It's made from recylced paper such as old newspapers. It's not dusty like regular cat litter and that just screams eco-friendly to me as well as the aforementioned. I don't want to breathe litter dust so why would I make them?

So, I purchased it and, after an intense cleaning session when I got home, I set it up. The litter is larger than that of regular cat litter. It's more pellet-like. (I failed to take a photo but will take one later today.) The cats used it even if they were a little skeptical. This morning, however, was a different story. It was a mess. Pellets were everywhere around the box, the mat had been moved. Basically, it just screamed, "What is this? Take it back, take it back!" Message read loud and clear guys.
I'm going back to Target and purchasing this one. It's texture is more like regular cat litter.

I'm sad that the other one didn't work out too well but at least I had a coupon for it. This one is on sale.

Requisite 80s Reference: In staying with the cat litter talk, remember Police Academy and the one cop who lived in filth? He ate cereal and found cat poop in there and just scooped it out and flung it yet continued to eat the cereal. "Bunky!" That was gross.


Ali said...

If Plan B doesn't work, give Plan C a go: Arm & Hammer Essentials. It's made from natural corn fibers and baking soda and feels soft on cats' paws.

Apolo, Bitty Girl and Logan will feel like they're walking and digging for hidden treasures on the shores of Bora Bora.

Margie said...

Will I feel like I'm in Bora Bora with them?

I'll look into that one in case this wheat one turns out to be a pain in the ass. Thanks for the tip.

Ali said...

No problem, Tackleberry.

Margie said...

I love you. You makea Margie a-very, very a-happy.

Mahoney would be proud.