You want the best cat litter for your feline friend – not only for him or her but to make your job of what is generally an unpleasant cleaning-up task more pleasurable.
It’s important to choose a suitable cat litter otherwise cleaning up after your cat can become even messier.
A good cat litter absorbs the unpleasant smell from cat waste while keeping it contained in a loose mixture, allowing for easy disposal.
Why buy a good cat litter?
If you own an indoor cat then you will want to use a good cat litter product. which is designed to absorb the smell of urine and faeces. Cat waste needs to be easily removed without needing to get too close, while preventing the cat from going to the toilet elsewhere in your house!
Choosing the right litter
Not all cat litters are equal. Some are much less efficient at absorbing the smell and waste, so you want to make sure you choose the best! Here are some tips on how to choose the right product:
Substance Cat litters are now made with various materials that you may find preferable. Bentonite clay – although popular – is not eco-friendly and is on the expensive side. Silica is a cheaper alternative but less efficient. However, wood pellet cat litter is ecologically sound and 100 per cent natural – but check that it is made and sourced in the UK.
Kittilitt is 100 per cent sustainable and made in the UK
Cat preferences While you can’t take your cat shopping for litter, you can use its reaction to the product you buy to determine how suitable it is. If the cat is hesitant to use its tray, then it might not like the material you’ve chosen!
Kittilitt is made for cats to do their business… naturally!
Odour: Be careful if you are choosing scented products. Cats dislike any unnatural odour coming from their tray. While it may seem like a good idea to remove some of the nasty smells, your cat is unlikely to use it.
Kittillitt smells pine fresh and naturally antiseptic.