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Swheat Scoop Lightly Scented Natural Clumping Cat Litter

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Stop that stench with Swheat Scoop Lightly Scented Natural Clumping Cat Litter! Not only does this cat litter stop odors instantaneously but it also carries a fresh scent of the great outdoors. So even when its not working on those nasty smells coming from your felines litter box, it still provides a pleasant scent in the air. So spruce up your cats bathroom area with Swheat Scoop Lightly Scented Natural Clumping Cat Litter!
  • Clumping cat litter
  • Lightly scented
  • Clay and chemical free
  • Wheat grain litter
  • Safe for cats and kittens
  • Low dust and less tracking
SKU: 52685

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Full of insect eggs?!

By deanna

from Indianapolis, IN

About Me Long-Time Pet Owner

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    • Bag Was Full Of Bugs

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      Comments about Swheat Scoop Lightly Scented Natural Clumping Cat Litter:

      At first I liked it... the cats used it without hesitation. Then I noticed small moth/fly like bugs that flew out when I opened the bag. A short time later, I noticed worms/caterpillars crawling up the wall near where the bag was sitting. Now they're everywhere in various life stages. It's GROSS and I don't know how to get rid of them (the bag of litter has been trashed and litter box cleaned out). NONE of the other kinds of litter I've used over the years has had this problem!

      I have no idea what kind of bug it is, or how to get rid of it other than squashing bugs/worms as I find them. Hopefully it's not a parasite that the cats can ingest potentially causing huge vet bills!

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