Just like Yesterday’s News® Brand Original Formula, the Softer Texture variety is made from recycled paper. But Tidy added a fresh scent and softer texture pellets to this blend so it feels more like regular clay.
Made with recycled paper and packaged in a recyclable bag (where facilities exist). That’s how Tidy does natural litter that’s good for your cat and for the planet.
5 lb, 15 lb and 30 lb packages
With three cats I have 2 litters One I use the low tracking Yesterdays News, that is easy to clean, much less tracking and does a great job. The other is the fabulous tidy cats litter box.
This is great for my ferrets. Non clumping so it doesn't get stuck/clumped to anything wet on their little bodies ie... Noses, eyes etc. I buy the one with no smell to it. Over all so much better then clay or any other litter for ferrets.
Very please with this litter which may eliminate more litter! pun intended! :) Used this with little outside kennel kittens... and it worked great! They were all litter trained by 5 weeks! :) :) My cat transitioned to it very easily and had no issues with it. :) And no mess! It is great :) Just what I would expect from Purina :) Trying to get it into my local pet supplies stores (we are rural & small town)
I have been using Yesterday's News since before Purina purchased the rights to it. Very low dust-my asthmatic cat's symptoms have reduced dramatically. Odor control is best I've found. Absorbency is fabulous. Works the best when waste removed daily.
We have had cats for 38 years. We had cat litter all over our floors and horrible cat litter smells for 38 years. Not anymore! We've used this for the last three years and it honestly is the best I've tried, and I've tried them all.
All three of my cats took to it immediately. It is a very fast absorbing, and far cleaner than clay litter.
I would have given a 5 star if the pellets was a lot shorter. This would do two things: making it easier for the cats to dig and bury their waste, and making Yesterday's News easier for to pass through the scoop.
Bottom line, shorter Yesterday's News would be a super winner.
I foster kittens for a no-kill animal shelter and I always use Yesterday's News for them. Kittens should not use cat litter that is dusty, gets trapped in their little paws, or dangerous to eat (because they WILL ingest it, either out of curiousity or when grooming). The pellets are comfy on sensitive little paws, naturally deodorizing, and don't stick to their feet. However, I don't like using this litter for my adult cats because you really need to clean it out every day. I don't scrub the whole pan daily, but I do scoop out solid waste and wet sections, then cover with a layer of fresh litter.