Catmate Wood Pellet Cat Litter Is Highly Absorbent and Easy to Use
Absorbs liquid waste very quickly
Easy to use
Suitable for any pets
Australian made product
Made from clean recycled wood waste destined for landfill
100% biodegradable and compostable
Can be used with any litter tray
Naturally occurring anti-bacterial oils in the wood, assist with odour control by inhibiting the growth of bacteria that cause the ammonia smell often associated with litter trays
Using a Catmate double litter traywill extend the period of use for each kilogram of litter, as a lesser amount of wet litter will be removed and replaced at each litter change
The effectiveness of cat litter, can be enhanced by:
Feeding your cat highly digestible, quality cat diets which reduce the volume of waste produced by your cat
Regularly removing portions of soiled waste from the litter tray using a litter scoop
Directions for Use
Single Tray Litter Box
Fill a clean empty litter tray with a layer of approx. 3 cm of litter
Scoop out solid waste daily
Completely empty the tray and replace the litter regularly
Double Tray Litter Box
Put 2-3 hands full of litter in the bottom tray under the sieve. This base litter soaks up any liquid that goes through the top. After you have put a layer of 2cm of litter in the top of the sieve, the tray is ready to use.
Frequently shake the tray. This allows particles that have absorbed the odour causing liquid to fall through the sieve and into the base. Scoop out solids daily. The wet litter, in the base, can be replaced as required.
Regular Maintenance for Double Tray Litter Box
Clean out all the wet litter from the base
Move a couple of scoops of litter from the top of the sieve to the base
Add a couple of scoops of fresh litter to the top of the sieve
This process means that the litter will be regularly “renewed” with fresh litter always being added to the top
Clean the whole tray and sieve every 2-3 weeks, or more frequently if required. Use bleach or a non-citrus based equivalent, and replace all the liter.
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