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I'm trying to find a new litter (less dust). I am currently using Swheat, I like it but my husband says it smells like food and doesn't want to eat bread anymore. And in my other cat box, we are trying Yesterday's News. I don't like it, I throw to much away very time I scoop.
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well, i use the swheat too! there is another good litter like swheat, called world's greatest cat litter. it's made out of corn, still flushable and biodegradeable and stuff. you could try that, it doesn't have such a 'bread-ie' smell.
 

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I use EverClean. No dust and it clumps well. However, it's quite "fine" litter so it easily spreads from the litter box to... well the rest of the apartment :?

But I solved that problem by buying a litter "house" :lol:
 

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I use Freshstep Scoop, and I LOVE it!! I've tried Sweat, and I liked it, but it was a bit to expensive for me, and it didn't last as long. Freshstep clumps hard, and clumps pretty fast, and out of the litters I've tried, it works the best in my Littermaid, and it has the least oder in my other litter box.
 

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me too gracie's mom! Actually, I mix fresh step clumping & non clumping cause my kitty doesn't seem to like the really tiny pieces of the clumping!
 

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Arm and Hammer but I was thinking to try other brands also just to be able to tell the difference. I am not sure though because this one seems to be working great so far and I don't want to submit my kitties to unnecessary changes
 

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I had tried many litters for many years, and in short, there was always at least one thing I didn't like about them.

I have now gotten a littermaid, and well worth the money I think. It allows me to only have to have 1 litter box in my home for 3 cats, I don't have to scoop anymore, the mechanical scooping and the cover tent cuts down on smell and dust, so it works well with any clumping litter, from the cheapist to the most expensive.

Every cat litter will work differently for each cat, much like diets can work or not work for certian individuals.
But the ones I seemed to buy more often then not.

Pappur (soft round paper litter clumping & non, very cheap)
OdorZout (clumping, not sure what it's made of, but I don't believe it is clay)
Scoop Away + Crystals (scooping and made of clay)
 

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kristi said:
I recently switched to Arm and Hammer in my littermaids. Clumps harder than Tidy Cat, and is better at cutting down on odors than Fresh Step.
How does Arm and Hammer compare in price? Tidy Cat is around six bucks for a 14lb jug.
 

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We use Tidy Cat for Multiple Cats with crystals and I find that does the job for us here with 9 kitties.

I used to use Feline Pine and liked that - it just got too expensive with all the new additions :)
 

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Padunk - I pay $10.99 for a 30lbs Arm and Hammer box. It lasts me approx 2 weeks; I use it for my two kitties + in a different litter box for Bart that is an outdoor/indoor kitty.
 
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