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Oz-Pet Litter is manufactured from waste plantation timber, is 100% bio-degradable with no added chemicals.
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    • Sophie says... This litter gets smelly really quick and mouldy. I found that the equivalent from kitter is much better value and less messy overall
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    • Hannah says... I adore this. Used to use paper pellet litters (for rabbit) but this controls odour so much better. Although the disposal is a little messier the breakdown of the pellet into 'dirt' means it can be used on the garden without wadding up. price is great especially when multi buying. we use this in a normal deep pan litter tray.
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    • Aliyah says... Ex-cat breeder so I have used every form of litter out there from sawdust & shavings from the sawmill through clay litters, clumping & non-clumping, recycled paper litters, crystals, even layers pellets, over the years and none are as good as Oz Pet. Yes, the initial cost of the tray is relatively high, but it now comes with a scoop & two bottom trays, which makes it a complete system and so easy to just move the sieve from one tray to the other when the tray needs to be emptied. The expense will be more than recouped in the first year or so by the savings in litter costs and the size is perfect. I keep the tray next to the toilet and give it a good shake every time I go there myself. This will bring any buried poop to the top making it easy to scoop out without wasting pellets (Hint: feed your cat(s) a natural diet and those poops will always be firm little logs with little smell) and drop it in the toilet before I flush. Then, if I had to scoop I also give the litter a good stir around as sometimes little damp patches occur in the sieve. I also keep the litter right there in a 20L bucket with a lid and top up the litter as needed, probably once a week or so. About once a month I dump the sieve contents into the spare tray and give the sieve a good wash and clean with bleach, particularly the legs that sit in the damp sawdust. When I empty the bottom trays I simply hose them out using a hand held rose in the shower - if there is any staining I know it is time to add a squirt of Domestos to a little water in the base and scrub out. You will be surprised to see the bottom of that buff coloured tray go dark brown with the bleach - it just speaks to the fact that even smooth plastic is not as smooth & impervious as it looks and dust, etc, builds up. I find the litter tracks very little although there is sometimes a pellet or two on the floor from my girls vigorous excavations. So, simple, cheap to use and no one coming to my home even knows I have cats, even though they are indoor only cats, unless they use the toilet as there is absolutely no smell. Cannot recommend highly enough and wondering how the other litters still manage to remain in the market!
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    • Lacey says... Well after getting over the crystal litter as it seems to make its way out of the littler box the only reason why I changed I decided to try this litter all I can say what odour control I put it in yesterday afternoon and all night all I could smell is the litter tray and I have a enclosed litter tray to I have never used a litter that has been so horrid at keeping the smell at bay the a cheap litter can not smell for at least 2 to 3 days This look 5 hours and my house started to stink of the cats business One up side is yes it stays in the littler box and does not make its way out when cats leaves the tray But now I'm off to the shop to go back to my crystal litter and not use the rest of the bag what a waste of money that was not happy
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    • Rhys says... The whole setup is too expensive, but I've been using this since I got my kitten & a bag has lasted much longer than expected, especially with the use of the whole box system. After I got the whole setup though, I found it much easier scooping a few scoops of litter into a garden sieve & getting rid of the wet litter that way. The only thing I could credit the Oz Litter box & sieve for is keeping the litter higher than the bottom so liquids doesnt wet everything. There's plenty of similar tray & sieve boxes on ebay that're less expensive & a garden sieve isn't much either! I feel silly spending so much on the box. Litter is worth the price though & cheaper at petbarn than anywhere else I've seen.
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    • Kathy says... I first read about this product in a gardening magazine whilst waiting for an appointment. As I was finding the recycled paper litter product that I had been using for quite some time not as effective as it had been (with mess and odour), I was looking for an alternative biodegradable product. I am so pleased I tried this litter product. I have so far used it in a 'normal' litter tray without any dramas. I just scoop out the small amount of waste regularly and flush it down the toilet. The only thing I have had to change is the scoop as a standard scoop does not work with this product as the pellets disintegrate to sawdust when wet. My cat is happy and I'm a very happy cat owner. No mess tracked around the house and no offending urine/litter tray smell in the powder room. The only downside I would say is that the 10kg bag is heavy to pick up and the packaging tends to tear easily if not careful opening it.
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    • Sophie says... This product is heat for rabbits. It doesn't clump, it's safe for then to eat, and my rabbit loves it
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    • Sophie says... I use this litter with rabbit and it's a life saver. It really stops odor, and with a little bit of straw our hay on top for him to munch on, it lasts ages. Safe for rabbits and guinea pigs and easy to dispose of. I dispose of it in the bin, but it could easily be put into people gardens.
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    • Beverley Rawson says... Brilliant - I have found Oz Pet litter the best of all the varieties. My mature Maltese uses it as we live in a small one bedroom unit, and there never is any smell. - It was recommended to me by a 3 cat owner - The whole system is very economical and works well for people like me who are disabled and find it difficult to buy and handle huge bags of litter. I am able to hold the trays with ease and use the waste to compost under trees - I genuinely like the whole toilet system and would recommend it to all who love their companion pet
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    • Dani says... This is my first time using the product. I've had my kitten for 4 weeks. We initially started using the crystals, which my kitten didn't like( as he stopped using it and started using other locations around the house !) the oz pet litter is what he was use to as a kitten, it is is an expensive set up but it's actually saving quite a lot money in the long run, it doesn't smell, and you don't need to change it that often (other than the tray below ) . Other reviewers have said there's a lot of wastage "10kg in 1 week for 2 kittens", if your having this problem the tray is being over filled. It's a great product and worth the investment. I live in an apartment and I use tray liners in the bottom catchment tray for a quick clean tidy up.
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