Applaws Natures Calling Cat Litter
Applaws Natures Calling is a 100% natural cat litter made from the re-claimed lining of the Walnut Shell. This fibrous material is excellent at absorbing and neutralising ammonia, is quick clumping and flushable. It is also 100% biodegradable so it is kinder to the environment and safer for you and your cats or kittens. This is a non-food agricultural product that is not for human consumption. In a nutshell, Natures Calling Cat Litter offers incredibly effective odour control that’s not only fast clumping and low maintenance but also 100% natural and totally biodegradable so it’s great for the environment too.
Superior Odour Control
Made from re-claimed lining of the walnut shell, this blend of fibrous material has been proven to absorb odour better than many other cat litter formulas. Fast Clumping Action, quicker and easier to clean
Fast action formula, clumps on contact to form hard clumps within 15 minutes. This makes cleaning simple and quick. Clumps formed by Natures Calling have been certified as safe to dispose of by flushing in toilets 100% Natural & Biodegradable. Kinder to the environment
Not only is Natures Calling 100% natural and biodegradable, but it comes from annually renewable resources so its much kinder to the environment. Low Dust
Virtually dust free, Natures Calling doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals or toxins so it’s safe for you and your cat. It shouldn’t stick to your cats paws so they won’t leave a trail of litter behind them. Easy to manage, less mess
Fill the cat litter tray with Natures Calling to the recommended level of 7.5cm.
Natures Calling when wet forms an easily removable clump of waste. Remove with a scoop and dispose of according to your local regulations on household waste.
Maintain by removing clumps and solid waste daily. Add more litter as needed to maintain 7.5cm depth.
It is recommended that you completely replace Natures Calling once every 30 days.
*Wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. Cat faeces can carry parasites that can could Toxoplasmosis. Pregnant women, young children and individuals with suppressed immune systems should avoid contact with used cat litter.