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Trouble & Trix Baking Soda Cat Litter is natural and biodegradable. Baking soda neutralises strong odour and fresh scent masks any escaped odour. Rapidly trap liquid and the litter clumps together for ease of cleaning.
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    • Susie says... We tried out a few litters and then came back to this one. I like the way it clumps, the litter itself doesn't smell and it does a pretty good job at neutralising any odours. The fuller the tray the better it clumps. We go through it fairly quickly but after trying other products like crystals (I hate the way they don't clump, I want to be able to get everything out of the tray) and other clumping litters that had a horrible smell to them, I feel the price is worth it.
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    • Tegan says... Little bit on the pricey side but well worth the money. Never smells and the only litter that clumps and stays in the clump instead of breaking apart
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    • Brittany says... I am a dog person and can't stand cat smell but this stuff is brilliant at combating odour and it's very economical. I previously used breeders choice.
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    • Dan says... I must have tried every litter available and this is probably the best. Paper and pellet litter gets soggy, crystals are gross and non clumping clay gets sticky. I like the fact that it forms tight clumps and the urine is removed from the pan instead of soaking into a product and staying in the tray. Make sure the litter is deep enough and there won't be any scraping on the bottom of the pan require. Also keep the area under and around the tray dry and there should be no issue with any sticky litter. As for smell it really comes down to the type of food you are feeding them. Find the right food and the tray will not have a vile odour. Scoop out regularity and guests won't even know you have a cat litter tray in the house.
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    • Sarah C says... I personally hated this litter! Pee does not clump well at all and it gets extremely sticky when you use the scoop! I waated so much litter with this one as it always needed replacing and was difficult to clean.
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    • Kath says... So I've tried a number of brands and this litter clumps really well, if you scoop often there's no odour associated with the litter. My cat also likes this litter and she's incredibly fussy, she won't use crystals and hates corn based bedding.
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    • Brittany says... I've used a bunch of different litters and found that this works best! It clumps up perfectly making it extremely easy to clean, best clumping litter!! Covers the stink perfectly. It can be a pain to clean up outside the box if your cat likes to dig for gold but otherwise it gets the job done and it does it good. Never using any other litter ever again :-)
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    • Leigh says... Absolutely horrible stuff. Does not mask smells, is messy and hard to dispose of. Stick to the Trouble & Trixi crystal litter.
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    • Padma says... Good clumping litter. Controls odors pretty well. But a little difficult to clean off the scoop and tiles as it can get sticky.
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    • Cobi says... I have tried multiple other brands, both from supermarkets and Pet Barn, and this kitty litter remains the most superior I have found. There is no ammonia smell ever, the clumps are strong and dense, remaining in tact while you shake the scoop to keep the clean product. I have two indoor cats and a 15kg bag lasts about 3-4 weeks. This is expensive but worth it.
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