Fill a clean, empty litter box with 2 inches of Sustainably Yours and pour 1 inch of the brand you’re currently using on top. Allow your cat to freely mix the products when using the litter box. Repeat this process if necessary when you change the litter again.
There was a time when natural, plant-based litters didn’t deodorize or clump as well as conventional brands. Not any more! Sustainably Yours actually outperforms clay in every way.
Conventional litters are made from sodium bentonite or dolomite that’s strip-mined from the earth. The silica powder clouds they create when you change the litter box or your cat scratches around aren’t good for her lungs. In contrast, Sustainably Yours is prepared from corn and cassava, two renewable, biodegradable crops. Plus, it’s naturally low in dust.
Always keep 2-4 inches in the litter box. Always replenish the cat litter as you remove the clumps.
1. Always fill 2-4 inches so that it is easier to remove the clumps. 2. Use a high quality cat litter like Sustainably Yours Multi-Cat or Multi-Cat Plus because the hardened clumps can be easily scooped up so you don’t have to replace all the litter at once. 3. Always use a shovel with holes because it allows you to take out the clumps while leaving unused litter behind. 4. Replenish as you remove the clumps to help keep the levelat 2-4 inches to prevent the clumps from sticking to the bottom of the litter box. Note that after 10 hours clumps can be harder and take longer to dissolve.
Allow clumps to dissolve in the toilet for at least 15 minutes so they can soften before flushing. Breaking clumps into smaller pieces is also beneficial when dissolving.
No. A parasite found in cat feces can transmit a disease called toxoplasmosis. For this reason, pregnant women and those with suppressed immune systems should avoid any litter box maintenance. Other family members should be sure to thoroughly wash their hands after scooping or litter box cleaning.
First, because you can easily see what you’re scooping to keep the litter box clean. Secondly, it helps you spot differences in the color of your cat’s urine right away.