The pieces have sharp edges and are very rough.
My cats didn't use it, they went into the litter box and straight back out again
It's also very noisy when cats run over it
I put my hand on this litter once and it's really painful.
Understandable that the cats don't like it with their sensitive paws
This has been the best litter I have used. I've tried different varieties which are fine but are really dusty and leave a smell despite using odour reducing powders.
The crystals are light have been fully absorbing all pee and the waste dries out making it easier to scoop. You can see when the litter has worked, great to indicate when to change. I have one bag in a medium sized tray for 2 weeks and will definitely get another week! Also no soggy bits at the bottom as others mentioned!
Great litter but have been reading peoples reviews that say they have puddles in the bottom. The was the litter works is it evaporates the wee without releasing the odour. Don't use a covered tray and keep in a warm area and you will find it lasts weeks.
The litter is absolutely great and there is not a smell off of it at all. I was very pleasantly surprised. Doesn't stick to my cats paws as much as other litter either. Overall I was very happy.
It most certainly will not last 25-35 days. I have only one cat and cleaned his ox daily, following instructions to maximise the amount of time the litter will last. I got 11 days and at that point the bottom of the tray (I use a liner) was very damp, with soggy crystals, and needed to be changed.
I wasn't a fan, found the crystals really sharp and surprised my cat tolerated walking on them. Didn't get anywhere near the 25 days use suggested for one cat, nearer the 2 weeks mark and despite stirring after every use ended up with a soggy pile of crystals at the bottom (yes, I did put the recommended amount in the litter box) Also made my laminate floor really dull where they tracked on the floor and painful if you tread n them in bare feet. On the plus side easy clean up and nice fragrance.
After trying all sorts of materials, silica has won me over.
Highly absorvent, keeps the tray from smelling. Easy to tell if it's about time to clean up as silica turns yellow.
Visually is not great, does not desguise poos like the clay litter but clay kept glueing to my cats's feet.
Any cat litter will always have pros and cons, not possible to have a perfect. I take smell free, easy to clean, no dust.
Some people mention that it leaves some behind but that's really up to each cat. Some are tidy and some are messy. I found that no matter what material, because one of my cats is messy, I have to sweep daily in front of litter tray.
Gonna try the clumping version next!
I have a pug pup who prefers to wee using our doggie litter box rather than go outside. While the Rascal Dog Litter Box is great I was left cleaning the catch tray under the grate out at least twice daily because I couldn't deal with the smell.
Now all I do is put a thin layer of Tigerino under the grate and keeps any icky wee smells at bay and makes clean up so much easier. I just rinse the grate daily and stir around the litter crystals. Even for my piddle-pup the litter only needs replacing monthly.