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Any cat owner will tell you that the least glamorous part of owning a cat is litter changes. It’s a punishment, a short-straw draw, the least favorite part of anyone’s day. But, having the right cat litter can make a huge difference. We’ve tried many brands of cat litter – even some of the leading brands on the market – and found that excess dust, having to change frequently because of smelly litter, and sometimes even multiple changes because of poor clumping wasted a lot of money.
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Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal is a lightweight litter that doesn’t act lightweight. Not only is it lightweight, it features revolutionary odor control that is guaranteed to last 7-days. Not that we’ve ever gone 7 days without scooping, but it’s nice to know that the odor control is powerful enough that it can last up to 7 days without stinky kitty odors.
The fact that Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal is lightweight is a huge selling point for us. This means it’s easy to carry, pour and store so when my teen draws the short straw for litter scooping, at least he can’t complain that he can’t lift or pour it.
He wants me to thank you for that, Arm & Hammer!
Each box contains the same amount as other regular clumping litters, but it’s half the weight. It’s also 100% dust free; I’m sure I don’t have to tell cat owners how annoying it is to pour the cat litter into the box only to choke on a cloud of litter dust.
The plant-derived particles also create solid clumps for easy scooping and because it’s Arm & Hammer, it contains their branded baking soda so it destroys sealed-in odors on contact. We’ve also noticed less litter on the rug outside of the litter box and our Penelope loves the softer feel of the micro-particles that make up Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal litter.
Trust us. We know. We have a bond when she’d not trying to bite us or trip us going up or down the stairs.