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Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« on: February 08, 2019, 05:45:14 PM »
Does this brand have a fine grain clumping formula? I can't tell by the descriptions and they don't provide pictures.

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Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2019, 10:58:37 AM »
Well I have ordered a bag of the Ultra. Going to be running out of Cat's Pride in a month and I need to find something to replace it.

Not happy that it comes in 40 pound bags. Have no idea how I will get it in the house once it is delivered. Would prefer 20 pound recyclable jugs.

I notice they have a grass litter as well.  I do have SmartCat here but Queen Eva is the only one who uses it.

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Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2019, 01:01:29 PM »
I just use the Ultra.  It is big pieces.  That is one of the reasons I like it. 
It also comes in 18 lb bags and 20lb boxes.
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Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2019, 01:32:55 PM »
I did not see those choices on Amazon.  Oh yeah now I see them on Chewy, but I want free shipping, and I can't order enough 20 lb boxes on chewy for that until I know if I like it.

 The ultra as described as having both big and medium grain pieces. I don't know if my cats will be able to adjust going back to large litter pieces, after having the fine grain for so many years.

I wish they made a fine grain clumping clay litter.

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Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2019, 05:24:10 PM »
The litter was delivered today, the box was simply dropped in a pile of snow at the far end of my sidewalk.  Fortunately the sidewalk is solid ice at the moment so I was able to push the box, on it's side, all the way to my door, where I simply turned it end over end over end until I got it in the house.

It remains to be seen if the cats will like it, or if I will.

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Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Reply #5 on: Today at 11:54:04 AM »
I've changed litter several times (due to weight of bag - no issues with actual product), and I always end going back to it.

Out of 6 cats, no one has any issues with it. 
I like the no perfume-y smell.  Cats appreciate it as well.  :)
It has the least amount of dust, of any brand that I have ever tried!
Clumps very well.
NOTHING sticks to their feet.  No litter pieces all over the house.  No white kitty foot prints.  No having to lick their feet clean.

Having an all tile home, a person tends to notice a lot of the negatives that come with many litter brands.  Trust me, this one has the least!

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