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Shredded Paper Kitty Litter

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Current Score: 6

Great one!

Instead of buying kitty litter, use your shredded paper documents. First, line the box with layers of old newspapers. Next, empty your paper shredder into the box to fill it up. No dust, chemical scents, or heavy bags to lug from the store. You can change the box as often as you want, free of charge. Who will try to get your private information now?!

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jeneko almost 3 years ago
If your kitty does not like the feel of the paper (many cats have this issue) or the lack of smell absorbers bothers either of you, then I recommend trying pine, sawdust, wheat bits, or corn litter. They all come with a low impact on the enviroment and many of them smell rather nice. A few brands: http://www.worldsbestcatlitter.com/ http://www.ultimatecatlitter.com/ http://www.swheatscoop.com/ http://www.felinepine.com/ Also, if you have a compost pile that you do not use on edibles, you can compost these bad boys since they are all very biodegradable!