No, not in the toilet. That´s bad for the plumbing I throw it away with the regular waste.I have a question for you guys/gals that use scoop litter. I have never tried it and am considering it. I would like to know whether you put the scoop of urine in the toilet or what do you do with it? (Sorry, this may sound stupid, but I truly wonder whether it would ruin the toilet to switch.)
There are clumping litter with larger granules to and anyhow a cat would have to actuarally eat the litter if it should ingest enough to block the intestins. And I have never heard of any cat eating enough litter to harm itself. Maybe kittens could do this but hardly an adult and if you have kittens, buy the litter with larger granules.OK, I bought some clumping litter to try. Now, I'm reading all these horror story articles that clay clumping litter is bad--VERY BAD-- and that I should buy Swheat or Equisi-cat or something natural. They say that since the granules are so small the cat swallows the clay while cleaning himself, it expands in his intestinal track, and eventually causes yellow diarrhea and serious problems. Has anyone had any cats get sick from clay clumping litter ?