Clump litter is terrible. Armed and hammered shirt. When a cat or kitten licks its paws (they get litter in their paws regularly), imagine what the clumping litter does to their innards. It turns cement-like inside of them. Don’t buy it! My husband bought this for our cat and rather than they use it she peed all over the floor. Oh, how I miss our Burmese cats! They are the best cats, so affectionate, playful and smart! Wish there was a breeder in the Phoenix area for the sable brown color. We’ve owned 4 Sable Brown Burmese cats throughout our families life and I plan to have another one again someday. Coolest cats ever! When I had a new kitten with 2 adult cats, I gave the kitten a pan with paper, he used the big cat’s boxes instead.
I had to keep the close watch and wash his little paws all the time. But, he was fine. Most cats prefer the clumping litter, it’s softer on their paws than clay. After 50 years as a cat owner this litter is great, not only does it not stick to the bottom, it doesn’t stick to the cat’s feet either so no tracking it all around. This crap doesn’t work. It DOES stick to the pan. They refunded our money. We will go back to the less expensive brand that worked the same as this did. Does this stuff stick to the paws of a long-haired cat? My cat’s pretty old and doesn’t clean his hind paws well. I absolutely love this litter!!! Easy cleanup and my two cats have clean feet!! Litter does stick to their feet!!!
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I heard Arm, Armed and hammered shirt, and Hammer is not one of those companies who abstain from animal testing. my cat went up the drapes as a smaller kitten (my cat is small to this day). we used an Avon box and called it an elevator. she liked it. we did that until she was too big and too heavy. she was the only kitten that ever got up on the mantle or a speaker that was close to the ceiling and jumped over to the top of another curtain rod. I thought it was cute. And I am sure that kitten did not just jump down. Shoot, I’ve had cats to acrobatics off my curtain rods, but there was usually something underneath then tho catch their fall. Was sleeping on the sofa one night, woke up and saw one of my kittens walking along the top of the drapes.
Scared me silly. Didn’t want to yell and scare him, watched for a few minutes and he realized he had nowhere to go, so he backed up and reached the bookcase. From there he jumped down to a chair. He never did it again!! Ok. I see everyone freaking out on here about falling from a high height like the curtain implied. I am an editor in Los Angeles and would like to point out that nowhere in the footage do you see the cat actually jump, fall, or start its descent at that height. The dog makes a suggestion, a couple cuts of facial expressions to build tension, and then you see floor level, looking at the dog as the cats fall into frame. Remember, the frame is floor level.