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post #31 of 40
I also have been mixing Tidy Cat & special kitty. Good results.
post #32 of 40
Just letting you guys know I got return calls from both the local Litter Purrfect customer care rep and the owner regarding the change in their product from great to dusty and scented. Both assured me that they have switched back to the original formula and that's all we'll now find at So Cal Costco stores. Both took time in listening and it was explained that some of the dustiness was actually due to the high temperatures depleting some of the moisture in the product that keeps it down generally. The other factor was a size change in the granules - which is now back the slightly smaller original size.

Anyway, I purchased 2 jugs of Litter Purrfect at Cabot Road Costco yesterday. I'm quite happy after changing out the litter boxes to find that there were no longer any clouds of dust and the lack of scent is once again a pleasure!

Gotta say I am impressed with this company's customer service. I've been known to commend as well as whine to companies regarding products I feel strongly about. I was contacted within 10 minutes of emailing. It's evident to me that the Litter Purrfect company truly cares about customer satisfaction as well as product quality control. They just needed some feedback from us! (I did send them the link to this thread so they wouldn't think mine was an isolated case.)
post #33 of 40
I also use chicken feed (layer crumbles) and have been pretty happy with it. It doesn't clump extremely hard and doesn't have odor absorbing/masking chemicals in it, but, it is so cheap that I can easily afford to add some baking soda and feline pine scoop to it for the odor and I can stand a little wastage when the clumps break apart (but, hey, I have an omega paw roll-away box, so people that scoop probably wouldn't have as many clump-breakages as I do). And, at $10 for 50 lbs, it's not bad at all (and 50lbs of corn is a lot more coverage than 50lbs of clay-based litter.

I started using world's best with the kittens when they were small (i didn't want them to eat the clay) and was extremely happy with the multicat formula. I will also say, to those that haven't tried WBCL that I emailed the company and told them that I wanted to try their product and they sent me a coupon for a free small bag and 2, $1 off a small bag coupons.

Art
post #34 of 40
Arm and Hammer seems really dusty to me (using it now). I recently tried Tidy Cats Small Spaces and loved it...kinda expensive for big store brand though. I just picked up some of that Litter Purrrfect at Costco...let you know how it is when I change it out.
post #35 of 40
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Originally Posted by venusgirltrap View Post
Arm and Hammer seems really dusty to me (using it now). I recently tried Tidy Cats Small Spaces and loved it...kinda expensive for big store brand though. I just picked up some of that Litter Purrrfect at Costco...let you know how it is when I change it out.
If you have a Target store nearby, Tidy Cats goes on sale in a cycle every month. Right now our Wal-mart has the 20# buckets for 50 cents cheaper than Target.

Arm & Hammer was too dusty for my guys too. They were sneezing up a storm.
post #36 of 40
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Originally Posted by littleraven7726 View Post
If you have a Target store nearby, Tidy Cats goes on sale in a cycle every month. Right now our Wal-mart has the 20# buckets for 50 cents cheaper than Target.

Arm & Hammer was too dusty for my guys too. They were sneezing up a storm.
lol, I was thinking more of myself!! When I pour it my eyes water and I cough (her box is in my half-bathroom). I might change it out this weekend, it's so annoying.
post #37 of 40
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Originally Posted by littleraven7726 View Post
If you have a Target store nearby, Tidy Cats goes on sale in a cycle every month. Right now our Wal-mart has the 20# buckets for 50 cents cheaper than Target.

Arm & Hammer was too dusty for my guys too. They were sneezing up a storm.

Tidy cats is 6.99 on sale for 20 pounds at Target right now and some of the Jugs have a 1.00 off coupon on them
post #38 of 40
I was at the store and was going to buy Feline Pine, but, nearby was cedar chips for hamsters. And it was cheaper. I just put a handful and mixed it in with WalMart litter. I suppose this will keep the odor down in the winter.
post #39 of 40
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lol, I was thinking more of myself!! When I pour it my eyes water and I cough (her box is in my half-bathroom). I might change it out this weekend, it's so annoying.
I understand. I have to be careful what I buy or it sets off my allergies.
post #40 of 40
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Tidy cats is 6.99 on sale for 20 pounds at Target right now and some of the Jugs have a 1.00 off coupon on them
Cool! I need to buy a 20# bucket today or tomorrow.
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