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Old 01-09-2013, 03:18 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I've considered getting what I call a "granny cart" - one of those collapsible rolling shopping carts that only women 3 times my age seem to carry around, but I haven't had to yet
I'm a young guy and I fully intend on buying one of those when I move into the city.
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:31 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I recently changed from cats pride "lighter" litter which I was using for a long time. I liked Cats Pride because the lighter litter is easy to sift through and my cats love to dig. It also had a very low amount of dust. However, I recently got Tidy Cats multicat scoopable on sale and its much better! Very low dust and clumps very well. The great clumping is the reason ill be using it over the Cats Pride. It is hard lugging around a massive 40 lb box though, and I drive!
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:38 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Are we talking sofisticat tidy cat? Im looking for.tidy.cat in UK and thats what im getting
We're talking about Purina Tidy Cats. Purina markets the product under different names in different countries. In Canada, they call it "Maxx Cats". I'm not sure what it's called (or whether it's sold) in the U.K.

I use Maxx Cats (Canadian equivalent to Tidy Cats) and I'm quite happy with it...virtually dust free, great odor control and little tracking.
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I'm surprised so many people like Tidy Cats. I bought some a few months ago b/c I was out of litter and getting to PetSmart was inconvenient that day. It was terrible! Very dusty compared to the Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat I usually use, and didn't clump as well. Since then I just make the trek to PetSmart no matter what!
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Old 01-10-2013, 03:51 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I'm surprised so many people like Tidy Cats. I bought some a few months ago b/c I was out of litter and getting to PetSmart was inconvenient that day. It was terrible! Very dusty compared to the Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat I usually use, and didn't clump as well. Since then I just make the trek to PetSmart no matter what!
Which kind?

We use whatever we get donated at the shelter and some are much much much worse than others. The Small Spaces litter is the one I've found that isn't very dusty.
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