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NATURE’S ECO® 100% Recycled paper cat litter with activated charcoal 10L

NATURE’S ECO® recycled paper cat litter is blended with Activated Charcoal pellets to improve and maximize odor control.

NATURE’S ECO® recycled paper cat litter is blended with Activated Charcoal pellets to improve and maximize odor control.

Activated Charcoal pellets effectively grab foul odors and other nasties within its million soft tiny pores on its surface and trapping them.

Highly absorbent paper pellets quickly draw in any pet urine and liquids upon contact and locking them deep within the microscopic fibers.

Using paper litter and activated charcoal combination in any kitty litter tray creates a healthier cleaner and more hygienic environment.

Activated charcoal pellets are odorless, tasteless and are 100% safe for pets and pet owners.

Available in 10L size.

  • 100% Recycled Paper Product
  • 100% Chemical-Free Product
  • 100% Recyclable Packaging
  • 100% Sterile. Product processed at up to 300ºC to eliminate bacteria, mold and fungus.

Transitioning your cat

While some cats can switch from one litter type to another quite easily, your cat may require a gradual transition. If so, please follow this transition guide:

Week 1 – Mix 1/3 of new Recycled Paper Cat Litter with 2/3 your current litter

Week 2 – Mix 1/2 of new Recycled Paper Cat Litter with 1/2 your current litter

Week 3 – 100% Recycled Paper Cat Litter

Litter maintenance

Cats are fastidious and are very clean. Remove waste daily and replace with fresh litter weekly. Use warm water and mild pet-friendly detergent to clean the kitty litter tray. Avoid using harsh chemicals such as chlorine or bleach.

Location for litter tray

Avoid placing the kitty litter tray in a high-traffic area. Most cats, like humans, prefer some privacy.

Illness

One of the most common symptoms of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is reluctance to use the kitty litter tray. FLUTD is a serious condition. A change in litter habits can indicate an underlying health problem, so try to be aware of your cat's habits. If you notice a change or suspect a problem, have your cat examined by a veterinarian.

Caution

A parasite sometimes found in cat excreta can cause toxoplasmosis. Gloves should be worn when handling soiled cat litter, particularly people with suppressed immune systems and pregnant women. Always wash hands thoroughly after handling cat litter.


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