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If you have read my article on the possible health hazards of using scoopable (clumping) clay kitty litter, be sure to also read my article on natural alternatives to clumping clay kitty litters. Meanwhile, while you are looking for a kitty litter to replace the clumping litter you've been using, or to start using from scratch (so to speak) if you haven't been using a kitty litter before, there are some things you might be interested in knowing:

Unfortunately, my all-time favorite cat litter, Litter Green, is not on the list of natural alternatives to clumping clay kitty litters. Its producer, the Clorox Company, discontinued the product and sold the rights to Bio Plus in Florida. Litter Green was completely natural and naturally deodorizing (through the miracle of chlorophyll), small-pelleted, comfortable for cats, and it tracked very little. Bio Plus's version has peanut hulls in it and is not anywhere near as satisfactory.