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Johnny Cat is described as friendly, affectionate, playful and quiet with a low activity level. In the home, Johnny Cat liked to be in his favorite spot. She enjoys playing with balls, string toys, and catnip toys in the home. Johnny Cat was kept indoors only & is litter box trained. In the home, she used a hooded litter box with clumping litter. Owner had a scratching post made of carpet in the home that Johnny Cat used but owner also stated that Johnny Cat would scratch on the furniture in the home. Johnny Cat was fed both wet & dry food brand name Friskies.
Johnny Cat Litter
Johnny Cat is a great inexpensive cat litter. I have a hard time finding it in my local super market though, because it's usually sold out...that's how good it is! My cat is very picky about her cat litter, and won't use her box even if it has the slightest bit of odor. Johnny Cat has maximum odor control, and keeps the pet odors away all day, until I clean the cat box the next day. I keep my cat box in my bedroom, because i'm currently living with my parents, and my cat likes to stay in my room most of the time. I put the cat box near the door where I can't see it, and I can't even tell it's there because it never smells. Johnny Cat is easy to scoop everyday, and it keeps the cat box dry. It has fantastic clumping power. I don't have any problems with tracking either. When my cat hates a litter she kicks it out and makes a mess all over the floor. Not with Johnny Cat. It doesn't make her sneeze, and it isn't dusty either. I also like that this litter isn't heavily scented, because a lot of the popular odor controlling litters are. There's no scent, so it doesn't bother me or my cat. Johnny Cat clay litter $2.98Johnny Cat C71130 10 lbs. Multi Cat Scented Formula Cat Litter - SearsJohnny Cat Original Cat Litter - La Bella Marketplace
Another brand that has been around for a while is “Johnny Cat”. I don’t know much about its history, but today it is produced by the Oil-Dri Corp., which leads me to believe that it’s another cat litter spun off from the industrial absorbents industry.I have had cats for 40 plus years and while I did try the clumping litter, it was impossible with more than 2 cats, let alone 1 in renal failure. It wouldn’t break down, formed concrete slabs in the garbage bags that I had to haul to the dump. Bio-degradable? I don’t think so. Sorry folks, I continue to use Johnny Cat clay litter, clean the boxes every other day and then dump the contents once a month or more often if necessary into a compost box dedicated to cat waste layered with leaves and grass cuttings. . . after a year or two, the bad stuff is washed out by the rain and the clay that remains breaks up the “compost” much like peralite does in commercial potting mixes. That soil and that soil only goes into my perennial flower beds . . . . NEVER for the veggie garden. Mind you, I have 4 decades of cats pooping in my vegetable bed.Johnny Cat is described as friendly, affectionate, playful and quiet with a low activity level. In the home, Johnny Cat liked to be in his favorite spot. She enjoys playing with balls, string toys, and catnip toys in the home. Johnny Cat was kept indoors only & is litter box trained. In the home, she used a hooded litter box with clumping litter. Owner had a scratching post made of carpet in the home that Johnny Cat used but owner also stated that Johnny Cat would scratch on the furniture in the home. Johnny Cat was fed both wet & dry food brand name Friskies.I am not familiar with this cereal, Johnny Cat. I am more of an oatmeal man myself. Mrs. Moss says it involves boiling water and I am sure she is correct. She is often in the kitchen while cook is preparing my breakfast and she would have an opportunity to see how it is done. Curiously, I have never seen any water in the oatmeal, though cook serves it with a little milk. I don't use honey at breakfast to remind myself of the suffering of the unsaved and to strengthen my vow to bring them to Jesus if He will have them.The history of Jonny Cat begins in the early 1950s, when the owner of Excel Mineral Inc., John Alan Stephens, was told by a friend that the crushed opal sedimentary clay deposits being produced by Excel to absorb grease and oil could also be used as kitty litter. This discovery led to the creation of Jonny Cat litter, which, appropriately enough, was named after Stephens!