I am picking up a retired grand champion cat this weekend. I am so excited. Anyway, for litter, the cat is used to using hardwood pellets (like for those woodburning heaters). This breeder says that it is the healthiest, cheapest, and best working litter she can get for her many litterboxes. She is going to bring me some to get started and to see if I like it.
Have any of you tried this? She says that it clumps, is dustless, and controls odor and everything -- so is safe for her very valuable kittens.
Now, for a breeder who is probably scooping twice a day and totally changing the litter constantly, odor control may not mean the same thing to her as me. (Okay, okay, I am lucky if I remember to scoop once every two days!)
I was about to purchase an Omega box, but thought I better wait and see what these pellets look like. They may not work through the sifting grid.