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Old January 15th 06, 08:17 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was
-Jen

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Old January 15th 06, 11:36 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Suddenly, without warning, Jennyanniedots exclaimed (15-Jan-06 8:17 PM):
My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was
-Jen


Just order it online. I'm American living overseas, but WB is preferred
by both of us. I order it from PetsMart, usually two bags at a time to
help reduce shipping costs (which admittedly are pretty high).

jmc

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Old January 16th 06, 02:36 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Jennyanniedots wrote:
My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was
-Jen


Precious Cat is another excellent brand.
-L.

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Old January 16th 06, 02:53 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Clumping litter that doesn't suck!

I use Swheat Scoop, a naturally clumping litter, pretty comparable to
WBCL, IMO.

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Old January 16th 06, 05:32 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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"Jennyanniedots" wrote in message
oups.com...
My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was



I use Arm and Hammer scent free clumping litter. Works great.

Paul


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Old January 16th 06, 07:51 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Clumping litter that doesn't suck!

Suddenly, without warning, PawsForThought exclaimed (16-Jan-06 2:53 AM):
I use Swheat Scoop, a naturally clumping litter, pretty comparable to
WBCL, IMO.


I used to use swheat scoop, but found that it clumps too hard, and
basically glues itself to the side of the pan. WBCL doesn't have that
problem.

(and I hear Meep using her favorite litter right now lol)

jmc
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Old January 16th 06, 01:57 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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-L. wrote:

Jennyanniedots wrote:

My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was
-Jen



Precious Cat is another excellent brand.
-L.


As is Scoop Away.

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Old January 16th 06, 01:57 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Paul M. Cook wrote:

"Jennyanniedots" wrote in message
oups.com...

My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was




I use Arm and Hammer scent free clumping litter. Works great.

Paul


I used to use that. It's okay but Scoop Away is WAY better.

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Old January 16th 06, 03:04 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Clumping litter that doesn't suck!

I buy plain old Wal-mart scooping litter and don't have any problems with it
crumbling.

Celeste

"Jennyanniedots" wrote in message
oups.com...
My all time favorite litter continues to be WBCL (World's Best Cat
Litter), but lately I haven't had convenient access to any so I've been
buying grocery store varieties, with mixed results. I've noticed that
most clumping litters crumble or get gooey when I try to scoop them
out, which makes the litter smelly. I recently tried Tidy Cats Scoop
Small Spaces, because they advertised that the clumps don't crumble.
You'll know it's the right product when you read the label and you'll
see the claim. I'm pleased to report that it's actually true.
(Shocker!) So I figured I'd let you guys know in case you're frustrated
like I am, er...was
-Jen



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Old January 16th 06, 07:57 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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I would buy it online (I used to, actually), but I can't do that where
I currently live. I live in an apt building and unless I'm home on
delivery day, it goes to the post office. I can't pick it up from the
PO without a car....so, hence the unavailability. But thanks for the
thought
-Jen

 




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