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SillyMoomin Sun 09-Oct-16 11:13:13

Hello all,

Which is the best clumping litter you would recommend? I'm swaying towards Catsan clumping but I think that's maybe only because it's a brand I recognise. Does anyone have any recommendations?

Many thanks

hollinhurst84 Sun 09-Oct-16 11:30:10

I like cats best litter and natures calling

SillyMoomin Sun 09-Oct-16 11:46:41

Thanks hollin will have a Google

Couchpotato3 Sun 09-Oct-16 11:50:20

Worlds Best Cat Litter - made of corn (I think), clumps and flushes. Brilliant stuff.

Lanaorana1 Sun 09-Oct-16 12:03:04

Couch that sounds cracking. I am a Catsan fan. Just tried Waitrose extra-expensive, rubbish. Mr C doesn't mind but I do, it pongs.

SillyMoomin Sun 09-Oct-16 12:15:47

You can flush litter couch???

<adds to list>

MycatsaPirate Sun 09-Oct-16 12:21:32

Another one here who uses Oko worlds best litter. I order online, get a huge sack and it lasts for months.

You don't need to empty the entire tray as it just needs topping up every now and again.

Life-changer.

hollinhurst84 Sun 09-Oct-16 12:42:52

Yes you can! Both I listed are flushable too smile

SillyMoomin Sun 09-Oct-16 12:52:16

<slaps hand to forehead>

HOW did I never know you could flush litter????!

Toddlerteaplease Sun 09-Oct-16 13:48:02

Intersand classic. No smell and only needs changing once a month. (Two poo machines using same tray)

Cliffdiver Sun 09-Oct-16 14:00:22

We used to use this one, found it excellent.

RubbishMantra Sun 09-Oct-16 16:26:30

Don't flush clay litter though, Moomin. That'll have your pipes blocked in no time.

Another one voting for Worlds Best, (flushable and compostable)

RubbishMantra Sun 09-Oct-16 16:30:35

Sainsburys Ultra Clumping is good as well. Nice talcum powder smell. Not flushable though.

SillyMoomin Sun 09-Oct-16 17:31:12

Ooooh noted, thanks rubbish

Can just see DH's face if we had to get a plumber out! grin

HappenstanceMarmite Mon 10-Oct-16 07:10:25

When you say flushable, I take it you only flush the poo/wee bits away? You don't tip the remaining litter down the loo when you are doing a weekly changeover? 😳

WhoKnowsWhereTheTimeG0es Mon 10-Oct-16 07:15:20

Yes, just scoop the clumps straight into the loo and flush.

BorpBorpBorp Mon 10-Oct-16 09:25:40

I use Tesco clumping litter (£3.75 for 10L). When we had 2 cats we went through 1 bag a week, but it turns out that was mostly the late BorpCat2, and BorpCat1 prefers to do her business outdoors.

It's unscented, it smells slightly clay-y, it absorbs odours well, it's easy to scoop, but you can't flush it.

SillyMoomin Mon 10-Oct-16 09:27:09

Thank you to everyone, you've all given me lots to google and have learnt a new thing or two too!

Hurrar for not just buying the first brand I knew!

Jetcatisback Mon 10-Oct-16 11:21:12

I've googled the oko litter but there's a few, please can someone link to the clumping flushable one please?

RubbishMantra Wed 12-Oct-16 03:29:32

Haven't used the Oko one, but here's a link to Worlds Best - flushable, compostable, (corn based).

user1474907171 Wed 12-Oct-16 04:03:59

OKO Nature Gold, it is like the regular OKO Cats Best with regard to clumping but it is pellets and doesn't track as much. The little pellets are easy to sweep up whereas Cats Best tends to spread itself around more on the floor (and gets everywhere in this house).

user1474907171 Wed 12-Oct-16 04:06:35

Nature Gold clumping (pellets) www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cat_litter/cats_best/43107?gclid=CMf2yYuk1M8CFcoaGwodBRgAyg

Cats Best clumping www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cat_litter/cats_best/14001?gclid=CIKE9KOk1M8CFRQTGwodHdEP_Q

Available in various sizes.

SillyMoomin Thu 10-Nov-16 20:33:08

Thanks everyone went for the worlds best in the end and as far as it is weird to be in love with a cat litter, it's bloomin' marvellous!!

Clumps beautifully, haven't noticed any odours (though to be fair am sifting for clumps twice a day) and I can flush it!!

(Happy dance)

Thanks everyone (and a thanks from MoominCat)

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