(Closed) Swheat cat litter..what’s your experience?

posted 6 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
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Buzzing Beekeeper

That’s what we use! It masks smell really nicely, flushable and biodegradable. I hate the clay clumping stuff, it makes my house smell like, well, litter. I didn’t find it much more expensive than the Fresh Step stuff. Another Bee recommended it to me when we got our shelter kitty.

Post # 5
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 1999

I’ve never heard of this brand.  Is it new?  Can you buy it at Petsmart? 

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Blue Buffalo has a brand new cat litter out and it’s pretty awesome. We had a demo for it yesterday, and we took vials of straight ammonia and dumped it into leading cat litters, tidy cats, swheat scoop, feline pine, and worlds best. The odor of the ammonia was 100% absorbed within the 5 minutes we waited before we started doing sniff tests. The only other litter that came close within the time period was the Feline Pine. We also tested the clumping formula with water and it absorbed a lot of liquid. The litter is made from walnut shells so it is 100% natural. Its also biodegradeable and flushable. The price is around $18. Sorry I’m not much help with the Swheat Scoop but I figured this might be an option for you to look into

 

And no, I don’t work for Blue Buffalo :o)

Post # 8
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 1999

@Kalamaz17:  Thanks so much for the info!

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

They have a clumping, non clumping, and multicat formula. We didn’t get to play with the multicat formula tho. I have used the non-clumping Feline Pine with my ferrets but not my cats. After shaking around the jars of FP and BB yesterday, it looked like they kind of did the same thing… which is disolve into dust. I stopped using FP with my ferrets because it was so messy trying to clean the cage. The nonclumping BB is a pellet formula and the clumping formula was kind of close in texture to the Swheat Scoop. With the clumping formula we were able to do half litter/half water yesterday. After 5 minutes we flipped the cups over and the litter came out in a clump and held it’s shape.

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden

We use it and love it.  I don’t have any complaints – it doesn’t have that chemically smell that they sometimes have, and most of the time, people say they wouldn’t know we had a cat if they didn’t, well, see the cat, because there is no cat smell.  In my 700 sq ft apt, that’s a big deal!

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