Pour in Sophisticat Antibacterial Cat Litter to a depth of 5cm.
At regular intervals the tray should be emptied completely and washed out with a mild detergent. Dry the tray thoroughy before filling with fresh Sophisticat Antibacterial Cat Litter.
For example, in the UK, Sophisticat Lightweight Pink Clay Non-Clumping Cat Litter, is very dusty and that dust sticks to the cat’s fur; it is noticeable on the lower half of the cat’s legs. The cat will lick off this dust and ingest it. People handling it will also ingest the litter dust. They might not see problems initially but those health problems may be building up gradually.
Today, the company's sales come from three different brands of filler: The flagship Kitty Litter, Tidy Cat and a lower-priced variety, Sophisticat.Sophisticat Pink is imported into the UK by a company called Steetleys who are bagging it up under a number of different product names. It is very possible that there are other UK chain stores other than Tescos that are selling the same product as Sophisticat Pink and Tescos Low Dust Lightweight under different 'own brand' packaging.
So Steetleys are importing from a Scandinavian company Damolin and bagging it up under different names. On the Damolin site it appears that French & German subsidiaries distribute Damolin cat litter for the rest of Europe.A Google search for Diatomaceous Earth and/or diatomite (as it is also known) throws up many different sources throughout the world. I would recommend searching online for Diatomaceous Earth and/or diatomite products in your country. These will be sold as cat litters, oil-absorbents, soil conditioners or as hydroponics products. So essentially, if you are unable to obtain 'Tescos Low Dust Lightweight' cat-litter (moler-clay/ Diatomaceous Earth/diatomite) what other product names is it sold as? In the UK there is a product called Sophisticat Pink cat litter that is sold at 'Petsmart' and 'Pets at Home' and it is exactly the same clay granules as those sold as 'Tescos Low Dust Lightweight'. (Interestingly, there are a few references online to experienced UK bonsai enthusiasts that have been using Sophisticat Pink cat litter to good effect for many years). Sophisticat TidyCat is a traditional clumping cat litter. It forms clumps to aid easy removal of used litter. This not only saves time and effort, but also is exceedingly economical as only the used litter is removed.Danny and I watch this show on ABC called obsessively, often with the cats sitting by our sides. In the show, a panel of five investors, or “sharks,” hear pitches from entrepreneurs in various stages of rookie-ness. If the sharks like the idea, they can choose to invest in the product. If not, the entrepreneurs leave empty-handed, carrying whatever boondoggle they were trying to hawk with them. The first Shark Tank boondoggle we ever saw was a cat toilet-training device called CitiKitty. It is a plastic dish you put into your toilet bowl, out of which you cut progressively larger circles over the course of six weeks, so that the cats are duped into taking dumps directly into the toilet. The branding really works. It’s meant for the city kitty, truly — the sophisticat who doesn’t mess with litter. Or, rather, (as the magic of Shark Tank reveals the complicated lifestyle branding behind purse organizers, at home manicure solutions, or water bottles that revolutionize the water bottle industry) cat owners who see themselves as sophisticated, above the shackles of litter, and actualized beyond having a box of shit sitting in their kitchen. We bought a dream with CitiKitty. The reality is we have two cats shitting in the corner of our bathroom, one of whom has worms shooting out of his ass.In the UK there is a product called Sophisticat Pink cat litter that is sold at 'Petsmart' and 'Pets at Home' and it is exactly the same clay granules as those sold as 'Tescos Low Dust Lightweight'. (Interestingly, there are a few references online to experienced UK bonsai enthusiasts that have been using Sophisticat Pink cat litter to good effect for many years). Don Smith aka 'Stymie' from the South Yorkshire Bonsai Society has e-mailed to let me know he has been using cat litter to good effect for 4 years now and has found that Sophisticat Pink which has varied size grains (unlike the standard round pellet of Tescos Low Dust Lightweight), the majority of which are larger than those now found in Tescos product.