Glad it had a rebate that was the worst litter ever my house stunk
A lways ISO
silk or any soy milk coupons
Pillsbury prefer biscuit and Cin rollsor toaster streudel
BIC or Schick
Coffee creamers prefer liquid
Truvia or splenda
Cat or dog food prefer high value
Even potlucks I have 3 teens 2 dogs and 2 cats
I used a $3 off coupon at Target when it was on sale so I only paid $4.99 for the small bag. I bought the scented multi cat formula and I'm very pleased with it. Almost no dust. We have 5 owned cats plus 1 foster so I need scent control!
I did this last year and the cats hated it! It was horrible litter .
yoplait lite with granola yogurt
sunkist, faygo pops (any size)
dr pepper soda
(no diet sodas please )
simply orange (ind sizes)
tropicana 50 orange juice (regular also)
simply orange juice
captain crunch cereal
All detergent liquid for Pastor's kids with skin allergies
please, no feminine hygene or baby products
I can't use target coupons as we are 200 miles from one
For the past 20 years, we have always had around 8 - 10 cats at any given time. We originally used Scoop Away (and various other clumping litters) but for the past 7 years we've been using Equine Fresh pine pellets. It's made by the same people that make Feline Pine but they do something to the latter to make it clump that ruins it (plus they jack the price up because it kitty litter). The Equine Fresh, as you may have deduced, is what is used in horse stalls. When urine hits the pellets, they absorb the liquid and break down in to "dust" that dries quickly. I say "dust" because it's not the dust you'd be used to from the clumping litters. It stays in the litterbox and doesn't track or blow around, even with a ceiling fan on near the litterbox.
To clean, you sift the dust in to the trash and scoop out the feces and you're left with clean litter. We had two cats that would "go" right outside the litter boxes when we used the old litter but took to the pine pellets the first day we used them. It's good on odor control and very little to no tracking. And the best part is it costs around $6 for a 40lb bag. We regularly get it at our local Tractor Supply on sale for $4.
Click here to read where the material comes from and other reasons to consider using Equine Pine.
I'm not affiliated with them in any way. Just a very happy user of the product that wished someone had told me about it long ago
Last edited by LauraD; 04-15-2012 at 03:10 PM.