10 lb jug
Unscented Natural Clay With Odor-Controlling Properties And Baking Soda.
Not ApplicableNote: Please wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. We want to remind pregnant women and those with suppressed immune systems that a parasite found in cat feces can sometimes transmit a disease called toxoplasmosis. For further information, contact your physician. Some settling may occur during shipment. Manufactured in a facility that also produces scented products.
Lightweight: Same uses as 20 lbs (As compared to other traditional scoopable clay litters). Our naturally lightweight litter has the same uses as a traditional 20 lb jug of clumping litter. 10 lb jug = 20 lb jug. Advanced Odor control powdered with baking soda. Odor Control: Powerful odor control without harsh chemicals or overpowering fragrances. Forms Tight Clumps: Tight, no-mess clumps make litter box cleanup easy. Great Value: Our highly porous clay is so absorbent, you get 50% more litter per pound (As compared to other traditional scoopable clay litters). Litter that cats love at a great value! How long does one jug last? Based on laboratory testing of average daily litter box usage of one cat. 1 cat: 35+ days; 2 cats: 15+ days. 3 cats: 10+ days. Some settling may occur during shipment. 30-Day Guarantee: If you are unsatisfied with this product for any reason in the first 30 days of use, please return the sales receipt and label proof of purchase symbol for a full refund. Questions & Comments: Please call us toll-free at 1-800-645-3741 or write to us at: Cat's Pride Consumer Relations P.O. Box 11279 Chicago, IL 60611-0279. Learn more at catspride.com. Join the Cat's Pride Club for coupons and special offers! After the last scoop, please recycle or reuse this jug. Help lower our carbon pawprint.
1. Pour to a depth of 3-4 inches. 2. Remove solids daily and dispose in trash. Add more litter as needed to maintain a depth of 3-4 inches. 3. At least once a month, clean the litter box with mild detergent and warm water between litter changes. Consult with relevant municipal authorities on flushing restrictions. The State of California encourages the disposal of cat feces in trash and discourages flushing feces in toilets or disposing of them in drains.
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