Swheat Scoop Cat Litter
Why I switched to Swheat Scoop
Because I could no longer tolerate the smell of clay litters, I tried almost all other litters made. The corn-based litters had a strange odor, the pine-based litters tracked more, as did the silica litters. Swheat Scoop has a pleasant odor, and is granulated like the clay litters. It is great at clumping & concealing odors. The tracking and dust problems are present but overall Swheat Scoop litter is better than the others.
March 12, 2014
Swheat Scoop Litter
I have used this litter since my boys were old enough to use a litter box. They have changed the formula somehow. The dust is unbelievable and chokes you as you pour it into the box. It does not clump and the smell is very strong even after I clean it and one cat uses it. Not sure why they changed the formula but I have had enough of this mess. I was worried about making the switch to something else, but the boys have adjusted to their new "dust-free" variety, and the new litter is also cheaper. Stay clear of this, there are others out there that are superior. Just do the research. Its worth it!
February 10, 2014
Best litter ever
I am a kitten foster parent for a local no kill shelter. I usually have 14 cats/kittens that I am taking care of and this is the BEST LITTER EVER! I have used it since it first came out and there is absolutely no downside to this FANTASTIC litter. I would not use anything else ever. It is perfect for kittens because it clumps without any harmful added ingredients. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!
January 11, 2014
Both cat and I became allergic to wheat after
Both cat and I developed allergy to wheat after using this product for about 3 years. We both now need to prepare most food at home to avoid wheat contamination.
Used product due to partner's preference.
If you are prone to allergies, think twice about this.
Product worked ok as I was home and able to scoop very frequently. Does not clump solidly, just softly.
Flushable, if you let it sit in toilet bowl for about 15 minutes before flushing to allow for maximum water saturation of litter to avoid clogging plumbing.
We also found that we needed to completely empty and disinfect the litter box(s) each week to microbial buildup. We might have needed this with other litters too, but this one especially so because of its lack of hard clumping resulted in damp litter being mixed throughout, and the wheat substance seemed more prone to mold growth. I am also allergic to mold, so very sensitive to having a big box of it in my home.
For many this product may well work out.It does have a number of really good points. It just did not work for us long term. Now we are using the Litter Kwitter system. Swheat could work well in the Litter Kwitter system.
December 13, 2013