• Betsy

    Yes Becky, I use a great product here in Western Australia called wonderwheat – made from wheat it clumps together and lasts for ages. It is also flushable but litter that is only ‘wet’ I put in my compost. Here is a link to their site:
    http://www.wonderwheat.com.au/
    Regards,
    Betsy

    • Becky Striepe

      Oh nice! Thanks for the link.

  • OzarkGypsy

    Feline Pine is THE way to go!
    As my husband & I have always had the honor of helping cats that have lost their way, we had to find something better than what was going on.
    Feline Pine IS the answer!
    About 2 yrs ago, all but a couple of the Walmarts in town stopped selling FP, instead offering their “replacement” which at least does not say Great Value, but still it is the “Walmart Version” and it is NOT compareable at all !
    Now my DH goes 4 miles out of the normal route to bring home FP to our crew.
    The cats are happy, we are happy.
    Personally we have found several “other” uses for this TRULY natural product.
    Perhaps I will email you a list of other super uses it has and you can pass them on to the world.
    Blessings!
    Gypsy

    • Becky Striepe

      Glad to hear you guys are digging the Feline Pine, too!

  • http://www.promotiontoyou.com/ โปรโมชั่น

    hi, i use Feline pine too. i have 4 cats in the house and 2 cats around the house. for in house cats, 2 can use toilet like human… they are so good and save money for me. but when 2 more come and join the family, we have to use litter for them. at first i use the cheap one like cat’s sand. but there are problems about the smell and insects. So i have to change to the pine type. the problems are gone and i saw the environmental friendly on the package. that make me feel good even the price are higher. Hence, i have to cut off my own shopping money for all my 4 bosses. :( but i plan to practice them to use toilet soon. just let the 4 of them feel friendly to each other. after 7 months, they still can’t get along well. :(

    • Becky Striepe

      It’s definitely rough when you add pets to the family. I’ve heard that a dab of vanilla on the back of cats’ necks can help. It makes them all smell similar, so they can get to know each other with a bit less fighting.

      That’s awesome that your cats are using the toilet. We thought about that with our kitties but never got around to doing it. How long did it take to train them?