- 100% natural, environmentally friendly
- Shows super clumping
- Natural odor control
- Easy to clean
- It has high water holding capacity
- Keeps container dry and clean
- Provides economical consumption
- Made from high quality bentonite
- USAGE: Fill the cat litter box 7 cm. Take the lumped parts every day. Refill the lost sand as 7 cm.
Cat litter and bowl are essential for both a cat's mental health and overall health. Therefore, when the cat owners find the harmony between the cat litter box and the container, you and our pawed friend will be satisfied. The most important point to consider when choosing a cat litter box is the size of the bowl. A cramped litter box will cause the cat to go through a stressful process. Therefore, you will need to choose a cat litter box that your cat will fit comfortably in. **The most useful dimensions are 35 cm x 35 cm. Its height should be 8 cm for small puppies and 15 cm for large ones. It should be preferred that the container where you will put the cat litter is made of a non-porous, flat and easy-to-clean material. In addition, the moment you notice that the cat litter is decreasing, you should add it to the top and renew it. Because a regularly cleaned cat litter box, It is very important to ensure that your cat is a happy and healthy house cat. ** SIEVE OPEN CAT LIMIT CONTAINERS will do very well with DEWCLAW cat litter thanks to its sieve structure. You can easily clean the cat litter by easily separating the clumping sand and feces thanks to the sieve on it. This user-friendly product will be suitable for your cat. **If your cat has RESPIRATORY DISEASES such as ASTHMA, you should prefer open boxes. If you prefer closed boxes, we recommend that you choose the ones that can be opened at the top. So it will be easier to clean the cat litter. **When cats go to the toilet, they go into the sand. Naturally, sand sticks to their paws and can carry these grains of sand all over the house. That's why cat mats are used. It is used to clean the sand particles stuck to the cat's paws. The cat should be placed in front of the litter box.