Arm and Hammer Baking Soda Clumping Cat Litter - Fresh - 2 Boxes (14 lbs ea)
1 Box = 14 lbs (6.35 kg); Baking Soda Clumping Litter - Fresh Scent. For extra odor protection. Destroys odors instantly. Fresh scent. Easy-pour no-spill spout. Whether have 1 cat, 2 cats, 3 cats or more, you can start having an odor-free home the moment Arm and Hammer starts working for you. All of our cat litters have the remarkable power of Arm and Hammer Baking Soda, which doesn't just cover up odors, it eliminates them. For over 150 years, Arm and Hammer has helped keep things smelling fresh and natural. So it really doesn't matter how many cats you have - an odor-free home starts right here with Arm and Hammer. Eliminates odors caused by bacteria: even the cleanest litter box may contain bacteria, which can cause odors. Arm and Hammer Super Scoop is the clumping cat litter with genuine Arm and Hammer Baking Soda to eliminate odors caused by bacteria. Dust free - low track: Arm and Hammer Super Scoop litter is 99% dust free. Its soft granules are easy on your cat's paws and easy on you - they don't track out of the box. Veterinarian recommended. The world's most proven deodorizer combined with our most advanced clumping system.
- 2 Boxes of 14 lbs (6.35 kg)
- Suggested use: 1. When using Super Scoop litter for the first time begin with a clean, empty litter box. Fill the litter box with at least 2 inches of litter. (An average litter box will require about 14 pounds to get started.) 2. Scoop out soiled clumps and solids daily. Its quick, hard-clumping action locks odors inside and helps prevent crumbling so the rest of the litter stays first day fresh longer. 3. Add more Super Scoop litter as needed to replace what you have scooped out. This will also help freshen your litter box. 4. Arm and Hammer Super Scoop litter should not be flushed. Please dispose of properly. To Open: Push in Tab A and lift Tab B up. To Close: Slide Tab B behind Tab A.
- Manufacturer: Arm and Hammer/Church and Dwight Co., Inc.
Warning: Please wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. We want to remind pregnant women and those with suppressed immune systems that a parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis.