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  • Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter
  • Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter
  • Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter

Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter

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Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter

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Our revolutionary Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter! This litter really does it all: Natural: Made from…
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Our revolutionary Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter!

This litter really does it all:

  • Natural: Made from biodegradable corn.
  • Clumping technology: Once soiled, the litter forms scoopable clumps.
  • Flushable: Breaks down when immersed in liquid, so it's safe to flush!
  • Absorbent: Absorbs a whopping 4 times its own weight in liquid.
  • Odour Control: With ZERO ammonia detected after five minutes in laboratory testing.
  • Low tracking and mulchable.

Don't just take our word for it - independent laboratory tests showed that Wee Kitty outperformed all other types of litter tested.

Winner of the 2013 Australian Business Awards Best New Product and Product Innovation awards.

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FAQs

Is it safe to change cat litter when I'm pregnant?

If you are pregnant you may have heard that you should not change cat litter during your pregnancy. Changing cat litter may put you at risk of contracting a parasitic infection known as toxoplasmosis. The effects of toxoplasmosis are mild to you but if you are infected during pregnancy, your baby is at risk of being infected as well, and it may cause more serious problems for your baby.

Cats are known to be common carriers of the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis. The parasite lives inside of the cat’s intestines and is passed into their faeces. Therefore, it is preferable that someone else changes the cat litter for you. If you need to, make sure you use gloves and a mask and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water afterwards.

What do I do if my dog eats the litter?

As Wee Kitty is a natural product, ingesting small amounts will not harm your pet. Be sure to give your pet plenty of water to help break down the product, and of course, if they appear to be unwell or in pain please seek veterinary attention.

Why is there controversy around clay based cat litters?

Clay cat litters are made from bentonite, a type of swelling clay. When liquid is added, bentonite swells to approximately 15 times its original volume. When cats or kittens use the litter box, they lick themselves clean and may ingest the clay and breathe in the dust created from clay.

Anecdotally, many cat owners worry about what might happen when their cats and kittens ingest the clay and it swells and expands in their intestine, potentially causing blockages and dehydration.

Some owners are also concerned about their cats breathing in the dust and the possible respiratory damage this might do.

Clay litters cannot be composted, flushed away and are not biodegradable. Natural alternatives to clay kitty litters, such as plant-based litters, are a good alternative if you're concerned that clumping clay litter is bad for your cat's health.

Rufus & Coco Corn Clumping Litter is made from corn and is therefore non-toxic, safe for you and your pets, clay free and biodegradable.

Instructions

How to provide the purrfect potty

First, cover your litter tray with a Rufus & Coco Elasticised Litter Tray Liner. Now, fill your litter tray with 2-3cm of Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter. Once soiled, scoop up and discard clumped waste daily and stir pellets to aerate. Top up with fresh litter as needed and regularly replace the entire litter once a month.

Tip: if your furry friend is hesitant to change litter types, simply sprinkle some of the existing litter over the top of Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter until they have adjusted.

Our revolutionary Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter!

This litter really does it all:

  • Natural: Made from biodegradable corn.
  • Clumping technology: Once soiled, the litter forms scoopable clumps.
  • Flushable: Breaks down when immersed in liquid, so it's safe to flush!
  • Absorbent: Absorbs a whopping 4 times its own weight in liquid.
  • Odour Control: With ZERO ammonia detected after five minutes in laboratory testing.
  • Low tracking and mulchable.

Don't just take our word for it - independent laboratory tests showed that Wee Kitty outperformed all other types of litter tested.

Winner of the 2013 Australian Business Awards Best New Product and Product Innovation awards.

Is it safe to change cat litter when I'm pregnant?

If you are pregnant you may have heard that you should not change cat litter during your pregnancy. Changing cat litter may put you at risk of contracting a parasitic infection known as toxoplasmosis. The effects of toxoplasmosis are mild to you but if you are infected during pregnancy, your baby is at risk of being infected as well, and it may cause more serious problems for your baby.

Cats are known to be common carriers of the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis. The parasite lives inside of the cat’s intestines and is passed into their faeces. Therefore, it is preferable that someone else changes the cat litter for you. If you need to, make sure you use gloves and a mask and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water afterwards.

What do I do if my dog eats the litter?

As Wee Kitty is a natural product, ingesting small amounts will not harm your pet. Be sure to give your pet plenty of water to help break down the product, and of course, if they appear to be unwell or in pain please seek veterinary attention.

Why is there controversy around clay based cat litters?

Clay cat litters are made from bentonite, a type of swelling clay. When liquid is added, bentonite swells to approximately 15 times its original volume. When cats or kittens use the litter box, they lick themselves clean and may ingest the clay and breathe in the dust created from clay.

Anecdotally, many cat owners worry about what might happen when their cats and kittens ingest the clay and it swells and expands in their intestine, potentially causing blockages and dehydration.

Some owners are also concerned about their cats breathing in the dust and the possible respiratory damage this might do.

Clay litters cannot be composted, flushed away and are not biodegradable. Natural alternatives to clay kitty litters, such as plant-based litters, are a good alternative if you're concerned that clumping clay litter is bad for your cat's health.

Rufus & Coco Corn Clumping Litter is made from corn and is therefore non-toxic, safe for you and your pets, clay free and biodegradable.

How to provide the purrfect potty

First, cover your litter tray with a Rufus & Coco Elasticised Litter Tray Liner. Now, fill your litter tray with 2-3cm of Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter. Once soiled, scoop up and discard clumped waste daily and stir pellets to aerate. Top up with fresh litter as needed and regularly replace the entire litter once a month.

Tip: if your furry friend is hesitant to change litter types, simply sprinkle some of the existing litter over the top of Rufus & Coco Wee Kitty Clumping Corn Litter until they have adjusted.

Proud recipient of TWO Australian Business awards for product excellence and innovation.

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