Swheat Scoop Cat Litter

I found Swheat Scoop Cat Litter last year and fell in love with it immediately. I wanted something that was all-natural, with no chemicals and low on the dust factor. Every time I would clean our old clay based cat litter pan, I would cough from the dust and feel all grimy and dirty. It also made me think about our cats and what they were inhaling multiple times a day.

Swheat Scoop Cat Litter is “made from naturally processed wheat, which means it’s clay free, chemical free, fragrance free and biodegradable.” Plus it’s 100% sewer and septic safe.

I was doubtful at first. I had been a long time clay litter user and wasn’t sure how well this “wheat” litter would clump. Clumping is pretty important when you want to keep a clean and odor-free litter pan.

I was delighted to find out that it scoops up really well. The clumping is fantastic. And being able to flush it right down the toilet makes scooping every day that much easier. Plus we are no longer filling up plastic bags of used litter and throwing them into the trash.

With three cats, there is still some light tracking…mainly in the room where we keep both litter pans. This is far better than the clay litter though, where we would find small granules of litter everywhere, including our bed! YUCK!

My one “complaint” if you can call it that, is the fact that it isn’t easily available in our area. That might be different for you. I usually order it online, which adds to the cost due to delivery charges, but I think our kitties are totally worth it. I recently ran out though and wouldn’t be able to get a new order to our house for over a week. In the interim, I picked up a bag of Arm & Hammer Essentials at our local grocery store. This stuff isn’t sewer and septic safe, which disappoints me but I’m looking forward to see how the baking soda helps control odor. Tune in next week for that review!

Anyway, Swheat Scoop Cat Litter is definitely a keeper for our house (when I don’t run out) and I would highly recommend it to all of our cat parents out there.