Cat Litter Manufacturer & Exporter

Cat Litter

We are a bentonite cat Litter manufacturer & exporter for more than 10 years as a professional supplier. 100% natural materials, bulk! customizable cat litter. Natural litters are virtually dust-free and don't contain any chemical odor-masking agents and fragrances often found in clay products and believed to trigger or irritate asthma and other respiratory issues in cats and humans. Changing your cat's litter every 2-4 weeks is a good rule of thumb. However, you might not need to change it that frequently because it all depends on your pet and their bathroom habits. It also depends on the number of cats that use the litter box and the type of litter that you use. Begin by mixing a small amount of the new cat litter with the current brand every day for several days. Continue this method for three to five days. If your cat is particularly averse to change, you might want to give yourself even longer for the changeover. When searching for the right cat litter, a stroll down the cat aisle can feel like a game of litter roulette: Which litter should be the winner? One box says clumping, another says lightweight, while another says it’s all-natural. With so many options to consider, here’s a guide for picking a litter.

Clumping Litter:

A favorite among cat lovers, clumping cat litter is designed to make it easy to remove both urine and feces from the cat litter box. Clumping litter often contains a material called bentonite, which allows the litter to clump as it absorbs urine and feces. There are also natural clumping litters that use plant-derived fibers and clumping agents. Clumping makes it easy to scoop out urine-soiled litter — and to keep a cleaner, fresher litter box for longer. Once you remove those clumps, you’ll need to refill the box with fresh litter to maintain the 3-4 inches that will satisfy your cat’s primal need to dig and cover his waste — and to control odor. You’ll still need to clean out the litter box every day, and empty, clean, and refill the litter box at least once a month, depending on your cat’s litter habits.