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Best Litter For Odor Control?

Postby naal » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:09 pm

You may want to consider adding another litterbox.
The rule of thumb is to have one litterbox per cat and clean it every day, preferably twice per day.
I have four cats and my favorite litter is Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Ultra.
It's a clay litter that clumps really well and the best thing is that it's virtually dust free.
It's also good at odor control.
You didn't say what you are feeding, but you may want to consider changing food.
I feed my four cats Nutro Natural Choice.
It's all natural and it's a higher protein lower carb food that my cats really like. It also contains dried chicory and yucca to help reduce the litterbox odor.
I'm a pet nutrition specialist with Nutro and have feeding it for over 25 years to all my furry kids and it's always worked great.
Good luck and hope this helps.
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Postby Digon » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:12 pm

Scoop Away Multiples with arm and hammer odor eliminators sprinkled on top...
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Postby Waldmunt » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:18 pm

I had 2 cats and used multi-cat clumping muddle with baking soda. there is all varieties to %. from puppy section at shop i choose for the main inexpensive. I even have by no skill had a venture with cat odor i like clumping best because of the fact this is straightforward to bathe and lasts a protracted time you in basic terms scoop what desires to be taken out with a scooper and if getting low basically upload some greater on staggering. If scooped daily could final long term. I do a radical cleansing whilst It desires to be accomplished.
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Postby Rayman » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:19 pm

Tidy Cats or Fresh Step.

They both work. Also use baking soda
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Postby Rhisiart » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:27 pm

Three steps should be taken.

1. You should have 4 litterboxes. You might already have this many, but if not, get more; you need 1 litterbox for every cat, plus one extra. (Unless you have one cat, in which you can get by with just one box usually).

2. Get a silicone-based litter. The white and blue stuff. It's not the most natural thing in the world but it's super absorbent and amazing odor control. I swear! Some cats apparently need time to get used to it, though- it feels really weird under their paws- but my cat is really laidback and didn't sweat it.

3. This is the potential problem, but also the most important step- get covered litterboxes. These freak some cats out. Like I said, my cat is very easygoing and will basically do her business wherever you ask her to (literally. While traveling with my baby, I buy a plastic paint tray liner and fill it with dirt, and she uses it. Actually.) so this was not a problem. I just pushed her through the little opening, she hopped out, she hopped back in, and piddled. I'm telling you, best decision EVER. I only clean out her box once a week, and dump the litter once a month, but NO smells. People get so startled when my cat comes up to them, because I live in a tiny (closet-sized) apartment, but they can't smell a thing. Unfortunately, you probably need a tolerant cat for this, because, since it keeps the smell confined in their litter box, I imagine it gets awfully smelly in there, but my cat never seems to mind. Try it out- covered litter boxes aren't that much more expensive than normal ones.

Good luck on your quest!
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Postby Uftzi » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:29 pm

Check the site for Hartz Mountain products. Open the info on cats and look for their litter products. I've never found any better. They also offer a great info page about kitty litters and keeping your home odor free. It's to be found thru Yahoo.
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Postby Blayke » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:32 pm

Visit your local Petbarn or pet specialty store. They should have something called the 'Cat Loo'. It is a kind of litter box that doesnt smell and isnt messy. You also only need to clean it every three weeks.I have this and it is a FANTASTIC item that is well worth the money

Hope this helps!
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Postby Gwynn » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:36 pm

get rid of the cats then your house will be odor free :)
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Postby Joben » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:38 pm

Use Freshana Organic Solutions Air Purifier along with the litter too. The stuff is magic on cat urine.
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Postby Gren » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:42 pm

Arm & Hammer does a pretty darn good job on odors.
Tidy Cats is strong odor fighter as well.
The more eco-friendly brands like Yesterdays News and World's Best Cat Litter are excellent products but their lack of perfumes and chemicals makes them a little less effective on odors.
There is definitely a give and take.
If your cat is not sensitive to the silica crystals and perfumes, and you have an odor issue, go with the Tidy Cat.
Should get the job done.
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