USING THE PRODUCT

how to use

  1. The location, and the type of litter tray you select is going to be very important to your cat or kitten. Make sure to choose a litter tray that is the correct size, and we recommend adding a litter box for each additional cat you may have!
  2. The litter tray should be made of a non-absorbent material such as plastic to prevent odors from being absorbed, and this will make for easy cleaning. Over a prolonged period of time the box will become scratched making it more difficult to clean up – we suggest changing it out at this point.
  3. Make sure to choose a location that is secure and private for your cat. Busy areas of the house will upset the cat, but do not make it too remote or it may be over looked when it comes time for clean up! It is also important to keep the litter box away from the feeding area.
  4. Maintain 2-3 inches of Fresh News Cat Litter for Pawing or Covering.
  5. We recommend scooping solids daily, and cleaning up soiled areas when you find it necessary.
  6. Empty and wash the litter tray periodically with warm water and a mild soap.

changing litters

Some cats have a difficult time changing litters. If your cat does not readily accept Fresh News®, follow this simple transition schedule:

  1. Pour 1” of Fresh News under your current litter for the first week. Do not mix the litters; your cat will do this naturally.
  2. Pour 2” of Fresh News under your current litter for the second week.
  3. Switch to 100% Fresh News after 2 or 3 weeks.
“A good compromise for several categories when measuring litter performance; Odor control, tracking, weight, maintenance and disposal, longevity and cost. It’s a 4-star in odor control, dustiness, tracking and longevity. It’s a 5-star in dustiness, weight, maintenance and disposal, and cost. So overall it’s a 5!”

safety

Fresh News is safe and is recommended by veterinarians for declawed kittens and cats. This litter is nontoxic, non-allergenic, and is safe & effective for all animals.

Please remember to wash hands thoroughly after handling soiled litter. A parasite found in cat feces may cause toxoplasmosis, especially in pregnant, nursing or immunosuppressed persons. Consult your physician for more information. Dispose of litter in trash. Do not flush in toilets or dispose of in gutters or storm drains.

how to use

  1. The location, and the type, of litter tray you select is going to be very important to your cat or kitten. Make sure to choose a litter tray that is the correct size, and we recommend adding a litter box for each additional cat you may have!
  2. The litter tray should be made of a non-absorbent material such as plastic to prevent odors from being absorbed, and this will make for easy cleaning. Over a prolonged period of time the box will become scratched making it more difficult to clean up – we suggest changing it out at this point.
  3. Make sure to choose a location that is secure and private for your cat. Busy areas of the house will upset the cat, but do not make it too remote or it may be over looked when it comes time for clean up! It is also important to keep the litter box away from the feeding area.
  4. Maintain 2-3 inches of Fresh News Cat Litter for Pawing or Covering.
  5. We recommend scooping solids daily, and cleaning up soiled areas when you find it necessary.
  6. Empty and wash the litter tray periodically with warm water and a mild soap.

changing litters

Some cats have a difficult time changing litters. If your cat does not readily accept Fresh News®, follow this simple transition schedule:

  1. Pour 1” of Fresh News under your current litter for the first week. Do not mix the litters; your cat will do this naturally.
  2. Pour 2” of Fresh News under your current litter for the second week.
  3. Switch to 100% Fresh News after 2 or 3 weeks.
A good compromise for several categories when measuring litter performance; Odor control, tracking, weight, maintenance and disposal, longevity and cost. It’s a 4-star in odor control, dustiness, tracking and longevity. It’s a 5-star in dustiness, weight, maintenance and disposal, and cost. So overall it’s a 5!

safety

Fresh News is safe and is recommended by veterinarians for declawed kittens and cats. This litter is nontoxic, non-allergenic, and is safe & effective for all animals.

Please remember to wash hands thoroughly after handling soiled litter. A parasite found in cat feces may cause toxoplasmosis, especially in pregnant, nursing or immunosuppressed persons. Consult your physician for more information. Dispose of litter in trash. Do not flush in toilets or dispose of in gutters or storm drains.