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Cats and a Clean Home > Consider using wood pellets for litter =)

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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:20am PST 
Saw quite a few posts about litter so I thought I'd give my 2 cents this way. I've been using wood pellets as litter for my cat and it's the cheapest litter you'll find anywhere. It's just not advertised as litter: wood pellets! You can get them at rona for 5$ for a HUGE bag that will last a month. They're environmentally friendly, non-toxic for your cat, doesn't track, smells like wood, and cheap.
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Cats and a Clean Home > need new littler
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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:17am PST 
Try using wood pellets - a hefty bag for 5$ at rona. Urine turns it into saw dust. It's the safest, most environmentally friendly, and cheapest litter.
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Cats and a Clean Home > Litter tracks arond the house making my husband nuts. HELP!!!

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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:15am PST 
I use wood pellets as litter and don't have a problem with tracking. When the cat pees in it, it just turns into saw dust. It's probably the safest and cheapest thing to use as litter. I get mine from Rona - a huge bag for 5$.
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Food & Nutrition > Orijen?

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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:11am PST 
Hmmm.. is there anyway to confirm this information? I mix orijen in with Royal canine and halo... I just couldn't decide which one to feed my cat, hence the mix.
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Cat Health > Soft Stools, Diarrhea: Solutions & Experiences

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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:08am PST 
When I first got my kitty he had diarrhea for two months straight.. until I went back to Royal Canine dry food. He can only eat the dry Royal Canine food and has been fine for 4 months now. I know RC may not be the best food out there.. but it sure worked for stopping the poops.
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Cat Health > UTI prevention in male cats
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Purred: Sat Feb 2, '13 12:01am PST 
Oh no! I'm reading through the responses and it seems like the best thing is to feed cats wet food... the only problem is my cat can ONLY eat Royal Canine dry food. He gets diarrhea for days with everything else. He's only 8 months old right now and healthy.. but I am getting worried about UTIs already!
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