Swheat Scoop Natural Clumping Litter Unscented

Swheat Scoop Natural Clumping Litter Unscented

Swheat Scoop

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Swheat Scoop� Unscented Natural Clumping Litter. New! Improved. Stops odors instantly. Clumps fast. Tracks less. Clay free. Chemical free. Biodegradable. The difference is wheat�. Lasts 2x longer!* See back for details


Made from renewable resources: Naturally Processed Wheat and other Grains.


For best results. Maintain a 3-inch level in the litter box to maximize odor control and make cleanups easy. Easy open & pour spout. To open: push tab in and pull up. To close: tuck tab inside. Fill a clean litter box with three inches of Swheat Scoop litter. For an average size litter box, the contents of this package will do the job. If you're introducing your cat to Swheat Scoop litter, see other side of box. Scoop twice daily. Households with multiple cats require more cleaning (see disposal). Refill as necessary to maintain a three-inch level which prevents clumps from sticking to the bottom of the box. For multiple cats or larger breeds of cats, use a deeper level. Swheat Scoop litter is compatible with automatic litter box devices. Disposal: Clumps and solid waste can either be disposed of in the trash, or safely flushed. To flush, break clumps into smaller pieces and let them soak for 20 minutes before flushing. Never overload the toilet! For landfill-friendly trash disposal, please use a paper bag. California residents - according to CA law AB 2485, encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box, or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains. As with any litter, veterinarians recommend changing the litter box completely at least once a month. Entire contents should be disposed of in the trash, not the toilet. As you would with any litter, always wash hands thoroughly after scooping or litter box cleaning. Because cat feces can transmit parasites that cause toxoplasmosis, pregnant women and people with suppressed immune systems should avoid any litter box maintenance.

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