Taking individual steps to go green is an essential part of helping to save the environment, and it’s a responsible lifestyle choice that you can also apply to caring for your cat!
One of the easiest and most beneficial ways to take your feline supplies in a greener direction is to switch to eco-friendly cat litters.
They’re made out of renewable, biodegradable materials, like paper, nuts, and even grass, which are processed in a way so that they can help absorb your cat’s litter box deposits–and those yucky odors.
Here are five eco-friendly litters for cat parents who want to go green.
1. Clumping Walnut Cat Litter
Did you know that the shells from walnuts can be repurposed into cat litter? Well, that’s exactly the basis for Naturally Fresh’s unscented walnut clumping cat litter!
Better yet, the 100 percent walnut shell formula means that the litter is free of chemicals, toxins, clay, corn and grains–and it’s also dust free!
2. Clumping Paper Cat Litter
Recycling paper has always been a big part of going green, and now your cat can get in on the action with Yesterday’s News’s clumping paper cat litter.
The unscented litter is made out of recycled newspaper pages, which are turned into pellets. This paper litter is also at least three times more absorbent than clay cat litters.
3. Clumping Wheat Cat Litter
When it comes to making eco-friendly cat litters, wheat is another natural resource that can take on a second life in the poop box.
The sWheat Scoop brand’s cat litter is made out of wheat starches that are processed so that they have the ability to clump up in a quick and firm way. For extra going green kudos, wheat litter is also fully biodegradable.
4. Clumping Grass Cat Litter
Fancy bringing a feeling of al fresco pooping to your cat’s litter box? Check out Pioneer Pet’s unscented cat litter, made out of all natural grass.
Not only is grass-based cat litter quick at clumping and biodegradable, but it’s extra soft on your favorite feline’s paws!
5. Clumping Wood Cat Litter
The team of cat litter box experts and analysts over at Okocat create their eco-friendly cat litter out of natural wood fiber.
They made their clumping litter with sustainably-sourced material, and it’s totally free from any harsh chemicals, artificial fragrances or GMOs. For ease of use, you can also flush the wood cat litter away!
Do you have a favorite eco-friendly cat litter that you use all the time? How does your cat adapt to eco-friendly litters? Let us know in the comments below!
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