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I've used the natural litter since I got my 2 bunnies .It's great because it absorbs all the wee fast . The litter tray is easy to clean out too . I add a bit hay on top aswell as they like to sit in the litter box for a while . I would recommend this for any pets litter tray . It's good quality and works well . I wouldn't use anything else and it's recycled which is a bonus for the environment.
Fab product that absorbs well! I wouldn't buy any other.
I have tried a few different products for my rabbits litter trays and this is by far the best.
I have been trying to find a suitable litter for my rabbits that was absorbent without being too expensive. This has been brilliant. I bought the 30 litre bag to try 2 months ago and I still have some left. Great value for money and much cheaper on this website than anywhere else. Also it's great that it's delivered to the door as would be quite heavy to carry home if I'd bought it from the pet shop.
Tegan Rose Wright
I buy this product for my Netherland Dwarfs and haven't had any problems with it yet at all. This website is the cheapest I have ever seen it and I frequently buy it in the 30 litre size which lasts me around 5 months for my two rabbits. The litter is super absorbent and is just recycled paper so really natural and as an added bonus good for the environment. With other products, I had trouble getting my rabbit to use the tray but they took to this straight away without much encouragement. I would definitely recommend this and it is definitely worth the money. Delivery is also super quick and from now on I won't be getting it anywhere else!
I bought this for my bunnies who like to sit in their litter tray. I used it as a top layer over woodshavings as it is expensive, so it just absorbed and didn't release the urine again when the bunnies were sat in it. I noticed that the bunnies were losing a lot of weight and took them to the vet. One bunny had to be put down due to kidney failure. The vet said that it was due to environmental causes: something had changed in their environment recently. Only 2 things had changed: a different type of litter and different food (I have left a similar post under the food). I can only assume that the bunnies liked to have a nibble on the litter, and despite being supposedly safe for small animals, it isn't if they ingest it. I no longer use the litter in the surviving bunny's tray, and he is much better. Please keep an eye on the animals when using this litter.
I tried this in my guinea pigs' cage. Whilst it was absorbent it was uncomfortable for the guinea pigs (the pellets are hard). It is also very expensive, and guinea pigs need a lot of it. I've since switched to Megazorb which is more absorbent, softer and cheaper.
Back-2-Nature is the best product I have found for my rats. It lasts really long, it's cheap and it stops the smells of two territorial boys! Theres nothing better that i've found!