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Yes, in small quantities. We put solid matter down the loo with some cat litter and a couple of thick tissues. Our cat wee, once soaked into the Pettex, goes into the compost bin where it helps the kitchen waste rot down (I know this is against "official" advice, but provided no solid matter goes into the compost… see more Yes, in small quantities. We put solid matter down the loo with some cat litter and a couple of thick tissues. Our cat wee, once soaked into the Pettex, goes into the compost bin where it helps the kitchen waste rot down (I know this is against "official" advice, but provided no solid matter goes into the compost I cannot see the problem). see less
By Billystaff on 16 February 2014
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Hello, i buy this all the time because it isn't powdery. I, well my cat, love it because it stays like pellets. Very good and i would recommend it.
By A J on 13 August 2015
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Hi, it is 100% timber with a mild pine fragrance. Best thing we ever bought for our boys. Clean and no clumping..the pellets turn to sawdust with their urine,. You can if u want sieve the used tray an recycle pellets..then top up with fresh..hope this helps
By satnavsooz on 01 March 2015
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Not dusty in the slightest (when cats had peed on it - it crumbles to finer grains but still not dusty). Its got a very light smell of pine but more just a slight fresh smell - it certainly doesnt smell chemically or anything - my new kitten has no problem with it at all.
By Bobby Drake on 26 August 2016
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I do not know any reason why not , unless they are prone to eating their flooring.
Regards Helen Warden

By HELEN WARDEN on 30 December 2016
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Hi
I would say no as it's quite hard on their feet especially as their bones are fragile x

By B Ellis on 14 May 2017
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Hi, I've tried a few ways to offer a helpful reply but to be honest there's no information on the packaging about the 'pine freshness' nor is there any safety data on the pettex website that I can find so you're best placed to contact them directly, outline your concern and maybe pop back to let us know what they say :… see more Hi, I've tried a few ways to offer a helpful reply but to be honest there's no information on the packaging about the 'pine freshness' nor is there any safety data on the pettex website that I can find so you're best placed to contact them directly, outline your concern and maybe pop back to let us know what they say :)
http://www.pettex.co.uk/Contact%20Us.html
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By Rg on 24 August 2015
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You don't have ro renew the litter everyday just clean off the part thats been used e every 3days is sufficient
By June on 01 June 2016
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We have two cats, one big litter tray. Daily we shake the tray, remove the poops with a big spoon (reserved for the purpose!) pushing them on to the spoon with a second spoon if necessary. Poops go down the toilet. Having leveled the litter, we sprinkle on a bit more fresh pellets, urine is absorbed by the deeper layer… see more We have two cats, one big litter tray. Daily we shake the tray, remove the poops with a big spoon (reserved for the purpose!) pushing them on to the spoon with a second spoon if necessary. Poops go down the toilet. Having leveled the litter, we sprinkle on a bit more fresh pellets, urine is absorbed by the deeper layers. About twice a week we scrape the good pellets to one end of the tray to uncover the sawdust material, and remove the sawdust with a plastic scoop, then repeat for the other half of the tray. We think the pampuss stuff is great, and a big bag lasts for over a month. see less
By GrannyRuth on 25 September 2015