Cat litter is an essential supply for all indoor cats. It is used instinctively by a cat to bury its urine and feces,
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but some owners have preferences for what type of litter they’d like their cats to use.
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Price, odor control, the amount of dust, absorbency, how well it clumps, availability to purchase, scent or lack thereof,
and other factors may play a role in the type of litter you or your cat prefer.
In addition to the following types of cat litter, some people will also temporarily use cat litter substitutes that they find lying around their homes.
Dirt, sawdust, wood shavings, various small animal beddings, pet chicken feed, sand, and moss have all been used.
However, concerns with smell, dust, parasites, and other problems do not make these items good long-term solutions for cats.
A final, and important, consideration to make when choosing a litter is whether or not your cat likes it and will use it.
Many cats will refuse to use some kinds of litter and will instead go outside the litter box. This, of course, is not ideal for anyone,
so the ultimate factor in deciding what kind of cat litter to purchase may lie with your cat and its preferences.
Growing in popularity, silica gel cat litter is made by several different companies. Most companies advertise that silica gel litter is not as dusty as clay,
traps urine without having to scoop it out of the litter, lasts longer than the same amount of clay litter, offers excellent odor control,
and is sometimes even preferred by cats over clay litter.
Silica get litter is usually more expensive than a clay litter bag of the same weight, but since it lasts longer,
some pet owners do not see a significant price difference. Some types of silica gel litters, like Pretty Litter,
even have color-changing indicators in them to help monitor a cat’s urinary system health.