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Max's cat litter is a premium quality product that has been developed to cater for the personal hygiene needs of cats and other pets. The secret to Max's Cat Litter is Oryzalite, an exclusive blend of plant materials from Australian rice farms, which is formed into free-flowing granules. This results in a natural litter material that is effective, easy to use, easy to dispose of and friendly to our environment. Max's Cat litter is made from natural ingredients and does not contain any chemicals and is completely bio-degradable.
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    Customer Reviews(12)

    • Sarah says... Living with a full time indoor cat, this is the only litter i use. Not only is natural, biodegradable AND flushable, it's also highly absorbent extremely effective in disguising odours. Kitty seems to like it too.
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    • Jo says... I have used Max's litter for 11.5 years now, the only litter my now almost 12 year old cat has ever used. I love that it's flushable and I never urine smell from the litter box. Relatively easy to scoop.
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    • Chad says... I have tried many types of litter and this one is the best. Not only is the waste easy to spot and clean, it reduces the odour and is super easy to clean when it clumps. All my cats find it easy to manipulate and will poo and wee in it without hesitation. Additionally, you have the choice to dispose of it or spread it out in the garden. It's environmentally friendly :). Australian made and owned too. I recommend buying the massive bag from Petbarn, it'll save you in the long run.
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    • Sally says... I really love this litter. I have used everything, recycled paper, clay, crystals etc. I agree this covers the smell of the tray, but it does has a slight cardboardy smell. With 2 cats who use the same tray, it is much easier to spot clean, and lasts much longer. I love it because I can compost it, and it is good for improving soil quality.
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    • Talia says... I have 2 indoor cats, one has been having some bladder issues and the smell in my little house was starting to be overpowering. I have tried crystal, clumping and clay litters all to no avail of the dreaded cat urine smell. I have been using Max's for 3 days and I'm amazed how there is absolutely no urine smell! I even forgot to scoop yesterday and this morning there was no smell at all. If your looking to cover urine smell this works great. The only thing is that it's harder to scoop than clumping and clay litter. But if you don't mind changing the litter over a tad more often, this does the job.
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    • LSS says... Ugh. Was given this by the RSPCA for a new kitten and I just don't understand what people mean when they say it doesn't smell. The actual litter stinks (without the cats doing anything to it) and it was the first thing I could smell whenever I opened the door to our place. It also tracked everywhere even though I use a mat to catch as much as I can. I also don't understand how you are supposed to remove the urine? It just broke apart. I kept thinking about how grotty it must be in there for the cats. Have switched to Animates clumping and although it is a bit dustier compared to a clay I used in Europe, it is so much better. No smell at all and a cinch to clean out. Means you just top up the litter rather than throw the lot out each week.
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    • Janet says... i love how it doesnt clump, great for my ferret. it is though, a little dusty which makes him sneeze from time to time. the smell is nice, its a natural woody smell that masks of the odour. its cheap too :) this is the first brand i've tried however. so i have no experiences to compare with.
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    • Janelle says... I have tried many types of cat litter and I keep coming back to Max's because it is easy to scoop out the dirty lumps but it does not set like concrete. Some of the other kinds are darker which makes it hard to tell what is used litter and what is clean. Max's is also softer on my feet if the cat scatters it about. I think it lasts well but no litter can completely stop the smell of cat poo and ammonia will also build up if you don't empty and wash the tray from time to time.
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    • Lily A says... My cats like using Max's cat litter as the grains do not stick to their paws when moist, there is a neutral aroma, and scooping up items is relatively easy. Refreshing the litter every few days is essential especially as our pets are not equipped to take their outputs to the bin.
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    • KT says... It is okay, it does not clump very well and my cat has stopped covering. The litter does not stop the odour completely though its not like I have tried a lot of other ones in the market. However, I will definitely try other ones. This doesnt seem to be the best. The good part is that it is environment-friendly and easily flushable.
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