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This product has changed a lot and no longer works as it once did. While it was never the bargain price of horse stall pellets or other bedding wood pellets, it at least worked. I first started using it in 2006 and I sang high praises, but now more than ten years later it’s a totally different product that doesn’t work. Watch my video demonstration to see how it does not absorb quickly or disintegrate like it should: The alteration has affected color, function, and removed odor control. Urine just pools in the bottom of our sifting box with the pellets sitting there doing nothing. I thought it was one bag problem, but at least three bags from three different stores over several months disproved that theory. For the best bargain on natural litter, check your local hardware or pet supply stores and ask for wood pellet bedding. My cost was about $3.99 or $4.99 for 30lb bag. I do not recommend wood burning pellets as they may contain undisclosed additives. There are a few that are just the same as the pet bedding–soft wood only–with no additions and just a change in packaging from the same distributer. If you do this you must call the company and ask directly to be sure (its always better to find bedding pellets).
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Author of suspense novels Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, The Stix, and New Age Lamians. As well as the short story collection Time Wasters and (co-author of) The Suspenseful Collection. Columnist for The Conscious Talk Magazine.
...and devoted cat enthusiast.