Friday, December 01, 2023

The Ts and a Dr. Elsey's cat litter question

 Hi efurrybuddy!  Teaghan and I were just talking this morning about things and we have a question for y'all. Food Dad Bob uses Dr. Elsey's Ultra cat litter in our kitty box. He has used the same kind for almost all our lives. Now all the sudden our kitty litter is a little shall we say "chunkier" than normal and not so tender on our feet. It's still dust free but each piece is a lot bigger than it used to be. Not that it was ever soft exactly but it's definitely different. 

Do any of you out there in the blogosphere use Dr. Elsey's Ultra cat litter and have you noticed a change in it? And if you use some other kind that is dust free let us know about that too.

Thanks for chiming in!


Tommy and Teaghan and the pawrents


  1. guyz…we uze tye dee catz coz it doez a pretee
    good job with R “art gal o ree “….sorree we canna help out with thiz….may bee they changed de form ewe la ?..

  2. Sorry, we can't help either. Hope you figure it out.

  3. Sorry, I use cheap Walmart litter.

  4. No help here I am afraid. Usually when something like that happens it says new and improved, but it never is!

  5. We hope someone can help answer your question. We don't use that litter here. Like Eric and Flynn's mum said -- usually the manufacturers did something to "improve" the formula when changes. If it's not broken, why mess with it. Amiright?

  6. Have you written the company to ask them? Sometimes they will actually answer.

  7. Charlee: "Ooh, we have never used that litter, but we know how humans like to change up the formulas of things, usually so they can make more green papers. Humans love green papers!"
    Chaplin: "Our litter is compressed wood so it's not exactly dust free, but the house does smell kind of like a lumber mill when Dada changes the litter. Or so we're told. We've never actually been to a lumber mill ..."