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Old December 31st 07, 07:23 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
Dennis
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always something
you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that has settled
over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be done to eliminate
this most annoying problem. And before you even think of it, I ALREADY OWN A
FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

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Dennis


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Old December 31st 07, 08:04 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
Diana
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"Dennis" wrote:

Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always something
you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that has settled
over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be done to eliminate
this most annoying problem. And before you even think of it, I ALREADY OWN A
FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER


Yes, please get a brand that features 99% less dust if you prefer clay
litter, or look into other types of litter. The dust is hazardous to
your cat's health.

Diana
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Old December 31st 07, 09:01 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

I recently started using the World's Best Cat Litter. It's made from corn
(I think) and has less dust than some of the other types of litters. And it
clumps pretty good too.

S.
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"Dennis" wrote in message
...
Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that
has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be done
to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even think of it,
I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis



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Old December 31st 07, 09:50 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
Dennis
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

I'm using Scoop Away, smells good, clumps great, the cat likes it.


"Matthew" wrote in message
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Are you using cheap litter if so upgrade

"Dennis" wrote in message
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Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that
has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be
done to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even think
of it, I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis





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Old December 31st 07, 10:25 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
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Thanks, that a great idea!


"Matthew" wrote in message
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Does it say 99% dust free? you many have to get another brand that is
dust free if it spreading that much dust you may also put a hepa filter
machine nearby to help out


I use non scented brands with febreeze diffusers nearby I use a hepa
filter machine myself to collect the dust and smell

"Dennis" wrote in message
news
I'm using Scoop Away, smells good, clumps great, the cat likes it.


"Matthew" wrote in message
...
Are you using cheap litter if so upgrade

"Dennis" wrote in message
...
Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter
that has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can
be done to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even
think of it, I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis









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Old December 31st 07, 10:27 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
Dennis
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

Thanks blkcatgal, I'll look that brand up on the web


"blkcatgal" wrote in message
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I recently started using the World's Best Cat Litter. It's made from corn
(I think) and has less dust than some of the other types of litters. And
it clumps pretty good too.

S.
--
**Visit me and my cats at http://www.island-cats.com/ **
---

"Dennis" wrote in message
...
Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that
has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be
done to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even think
of it, I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis





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Old January 1st 08, 01:40 AM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
Barb[_2_]
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

I use that one,too now...I love it and the cats do too!
Also, the Pet Ecology brand (the one that supposed to tell you of a urinary
problem), is dust free,too.
"Dennis" wrote in message
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Thanks blkcatgal, I'll look that brand up on the web


"blkcatgal" wrote in message
...
I recently started using the World's Best Cat Litter. It's made from corn
(I think) and has less dust than some of the other types of litters. And
it clumps pretty good too.

S.
--
**Visit me and my cats at http://www.island-cats.com/ **
---

"Dennis" wrote in message
...
Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that
has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be
done to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even think
of it, I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis







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Old January 1st 08, 05:19 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
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Default KITTY LITTER DUST

I use these products below, I have 3 cats and 3 boxes
They are great!!! no odors no dust :-)
Yesterday's News litters are made with recycled newspapers and contain no
small particles, so they're truly dust-free.
Fresh Step Crystals offers a convenient, lightweight litter that locks in
odor and absorbs wetness better than the leading clay litter dust-free

"Dennis" wrote in message
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Just became a cat owner a few months ago and thought I had done all my
homework on the pros and cons of owning a cat, but there's always
something you miss. In my case, it's the dust from the kitty litter that
has settled over everything in my home. Is there anything that can be done
to eliminate this most annoying problem. And before you even think of it,
I ALREADY OWN A FEATHER DUSTER AND VACUUM CLEANER

--
Dennis



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Old January 1st 08, 05:34 PM posted to alt.cats,alt.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats,rec.pets.cats.health+behav,rec.pets.cats.misc
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"Hactar" wrote in message
I looked online, but found that with shipping it cost about the same as
locally. Maybe if you order lots that isn't the case (after all, it'll
eventually get used, and it won't go bad in the mean time.


I think it depends on where you are for what brands are available. I'm in
Canada and I use Maxx Scoop. Excellent odour control and good dust control.
It's made by Purina.
http://www.purina.ca/products/catbox...page=maxxscoop



 




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