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Fresh step litter?

post #1 of 9
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I have been reading a lot of different threads about litter lately and was wondering if Fresh step is ok. I have been using it for about 1 year now, and it is the only litter we have found that Samba will use. So is it ok to use? How bad is it for the cats? Should I try to just use that in one litter box and put something else in the others?


post #2 of 9
I really like Fresh Step. It's got a little bit more dust than I'd like, but it's affordable and it controls the smell, and the cats like it.
post #3 of 9
I like Fresh Step the best so far too. I hate that it is dusty....but it clumps so well and Zoe has done great with it. When I have tried to mix in Tidy Cats and Exquisite Cat(?) to keep the dust down, they didn't clump well at all and breaks to little pieces. Next I am going to try mixing in Dr. Elsey's (no dust) that I've read about on here and seeing how that does with it.
post #4 of 9
I use Fresh Step and like it well enough. It gets the job done.
post #5 of 9
Fresh Step is too dusty and the perfume sets off my allergies pretty bad. The Cedar scoop is ok, but my cats aren't huge fans of it. I never tried the unscented Fresh Step--I could only find it at Petsmart and the markup compared to Target/Walmart's price for regular Fresh Step, was a little steep.

We use Tidy Cats Scoop or store brand scoopable most of the time.

ETA-Fresh Step does clump really well.
post #6 of 9
murphy's used fresh step his whole life (10 yrs) and he loves it... both the regular and cedar variety. so do i. it clumps well and the odor control is awesome.
post #7 of 9
I use Fresh-Step Multiple Cats, and I love it, so do the kits!!
post #8 of 9
I'm happy with Fresh Step Free (unscented)-it is a bit dusty but it clumps well and no stinky smell in my home.
post #9 of 9
I use Fresh Step. It's by far, the best at controling odor out of all the many litters I've tried over the years. I saw on TV that they have a perfume free/unscented litter now? I haven't tried that out yet but it may be worth trying.
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