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Trouble & Trix Lightweight Clumping Cat Litter With Baking Soda


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Health Type
Clean Up
The triple action formulation traps liquid, neutralises odour and forms a tight clump once liquid touches it.
Litter Type
Clay Litter

This lightweight litter is made from highly absorbent bentonite and cellulose, and uses baking soda to neutralise urine odours. This combination traps liquid and locks in ammonia-induced odours, and adds a refreshing floral scent.

Not only is this litter natural and biodegradable, but it forms easy-to-clean scoopable clumps. The innovative, lightweight formulation makes for an easy-carry bag, which means less strain on your back when refilling the tray!

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