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Catsan Ultra Litter - 15kg

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Catsan Ultra clumping Cat Litter is a quality cat litter made entirely from naturally occurring Australian bentonite. When wet, the clay particles quickly absorb moisture and form small well-defined clumps. These clumps are easily removed, prolonging the life of the litter while leaving the tray clean and fresh. Cat Scan Ultra Clumping Cat litter is hygienic, handy, and especially effective in controlling odours. If pet waste is removed daily the remaining litter will not need to be discarded. Simply top up with Catscan Ultra as required.
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    Customer Reviews(8)

    • Lee says... This litter is great for clumping but odour control is average and the tracking is terrible. Not to mention the clay dust it kicks up everywhere. Although Im yet to find a better solution.
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    • Ann says... Great product, so easy to clean up and stops odour. Lasts longer than any other litter I have used.
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    • Sarah says... Catsan Clay is far and away the best clumping cat litter. My cats both like to dig around (unnecessarily!) and make a mess but this tracks the least. Clumps are solid and easy to remove. Smell concealment is superior to cheap clumping. Best thing about buying cats an from Petbarn? Big packet = more cost effective. Yes this brand is the most expensive in supermarkets when you're desperate, but at Petbarn it's the cheapest by volume. 15 kgs lasts two indoor only cats a few months.
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    • Linda says... Never been a fan of clumping litter because it does require more work as you have to scoop the pee and you can't flush it. But after my cat took offence to crystals and started peeing daily on the floor instead, this has been the answer to my problems. It has good odour control and clumps very well, and importantly, the cats love it as they pretty much abandoned the other types (tried a lot, multiple boxes) as soon as this stuff was put down. My suggestion is to get yourself a litter disposal system, which I have not found from any pet shop in Australia but it's worth the postage from the states and will save you plastic bags and a million trips to the bin.
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    • Christine says... My 3 felines prefer scratching in this litter & clumping is fabulous.I clean 2xdaily & have 4 trays.It is very reasonably priced. Kittens can actually lick their paws & coat & swallow the Bentonite which sets hard in their stomach .A very serious problem. My babies are 11yrs old now.
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    • marsbar says... my cat cindy has been using this litter for close to 13 years i have tried crystals but for a cat that is inside most of the time they are useless
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    • Ally says... I have tried a few different types of litter since I got my kitten a few months ago and have found this to be the best one so far. It clumps really well which makes cleaning the litter tray so much easier! Really great value for money too!
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    • Talia says... This has been my usual go to cat litter over the last 6 months since I moved and now keep my cats indoors. It clumps really well and has great value for money with 15kgs! The only downfall is the odour control - crystal is better in that department, but if you scoop twice a day, it usually helps.
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