That is why I went to World's Best, it lasts longer plus it doesn't weigh as 
much as clay and can be composted.  So far, I have no smell from the compost 

---- Joslin Potter <> wrote: 
> I really like the Worlds best cat litter, it's not only flushable but doesn't 
> have that dust either. 15 lb bag lasts me about 3 weeks or so with 2 cats.


 From: Lorrie <>
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2012 4:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Scoopable Litter
I use scoopable litter, but I use the dust free kind. Some scoopable
litter is so dusty clouds of it billow up and this is obviously bad
stuff.  I never use any scoopinig litter with small kittens, but 
with as many grown cats as I have (total 24) I use very large litter 
boxes and I simply can't lift them (to dump) when they are filled with 
the clay litter. I have painful arthritis and I'm ancient... almost 80.

I'd really like to hear from others on the list about who uses clay
litter and who uses scoopable.  Fresh Step and Tidy Cat scoopable don't
seem to have any dust at all, but it's scary to think scoopable litter
is so bad.


On 10-08, Natalie wrote:
>    Liter, especially clumping litter, should be banned - I have tons of
>    info on it, how a company responded to a concerned cat owner, "Buyer
>    beware".  I discourage all my adopters from using it.  Sodium bentonite
>    is fatal to cats if they inhale it, eat it, inadvertently when cleaning
>    themselves - or kittens, while playing.
>    People always seem to think that if something is expensive, it must be
>    the best - and they want the best for their cats!  Hartz litter is
>    pretty disgusting, too!
>    Natalie

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