Omlet Cat Litter - Choosing cat litter is easy as 1, 2, 3...
Our modern range of high performance cat litter offers excellent odour control and highly absorbent particles to eliminate bad smells from your litter tray. With 5 different types of cat litter on an easy to compare page you’ll find the perfect litter for you and your cat.
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Important Information about Litter
There’s a solution for every fussy feline in our cat litter range.
Safety notes: Do not use clumping cat litter with kittens under the age of 3 months. Keep the litter and the bag away from children. Do not handle cat litter when pregnant. Always wash your hands after handling. If you notice any change in your cat’s behaviour after use, remove the litter and consult a vet. No. 2 Tofu is not recommended for cats with sensitivities and allergies.
How to use: We recommend filling your tray or box with at least 2-3cm of litter, and to replace all of the litter on a weekly or monthly basis depending on usage. Tofu can be flushed down the toilet. Tofu and Pine can both be composted. All other litters should be disposed of according to your local waste regulations.
Volume may vary. Please note that the product. is measured out by weight, meaning that not all bags have the exact same volume.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Silica weighs 3.5kg per bag
Tofu weighs 2.5kg per bag
Pine weighs 5kg per bag
Clay weighs 8kg per bag
Paper weighs 3kg per bag
Tofu is made from crushed beans, the byproduct of Tofu, in a recyclable paper bag.
Pine is made from pine wood pellets in a recyclable paper bag.
Clay is made from fine bentonite clay balls in a PE + PET Plastic bag.
Paper is made from recycled newspaper pellets in a recyclable paper bag.