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Nature's Calling Cat Litter

Nature's Calling Cat Litter Nature's Calling Cat Litter Nature's Calling Cat Litter
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  • 2.7kg Bag £8.99
  • 6kg Bag £15.49

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Description

There are many cat litters available which may not live up to expectations. Some can do little to neutralise odours or do a poor job of clumping together. You don't have to worry when it comes to Nature's Calling Cat Litter. It is a natural, biodegradable product which is produced from the lining of walnut shells. It is extremely effective at neutralizing odours and absorbing ammonia, and clumps together quickly on contact - making removal a breeze.

Benefits

  • Superior odour control - Made from the re-claimed lining of the walnut shell, this blend of fibrous material has been proven to neutralize odour better than many other cat litter formulas
  • Fast clumping action - Fast action formula, clumps on contact to form hard clumps within 15 minutes. This makes cleaning simple and quick. Clumps formed by Natures Calling have been certified as “safe to dispose of by flushing in toilets”
  • 100% natural & biodegradable - Not only is Nature’s Calling 100% natural & biodegradable, but it comes from annually renewable resources so it’s much kinder to the environment
  • Low dust - Virtually dust free, Nature’s Calling doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals or toxins so it’s safe for you and your cat. It shouldn’t stick to your cat’s paws so they won’t leave a trail of litter behind

Directions for use

  1. Fill the cat litter tray with Nature’s Calling to the recommended level of 7.5cm
  2. Nature’s Calling when wet forms an easily removable clump of waste. Remove with a scoop and dispose of according to your local regulations on household waste
  3. Maintain by removing clumps and solid waste daily. Add more litter as needed to maintain 7.5cm depth
  4. It is recommended that you should completely replace Nature’s Calling once every 30 days

Need help or advice? Contact us:

  • Landline: 01582 842096
  • Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 6:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm
  • Email: [email protected]

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Reviews (8)

Summary of Reviews for Nature's Calling Cat Litter

Overall 5
Value For Money
Quality/Durability
Pet's Opinion
7 out of 8 (88%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (7 reviews)
4 stars (0 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (1 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Cats love it, so do I
Verified Purchase

By on 20 April 2020

I usually buy Worlds Best Cat Litter but saw the price of Nature’s Calling and it looked and sounded kind of the same apart from a different colour so I thought I’d give it a go. It’s like the cats don’t notice the difference and they use it no problem. There’s no odour although I do clean it regularly I think it’s a great alternative and much much cheaper. With fast service from Viovet I will be a returning customer. Thank you Viovet 😁

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent cat litter
Verified Purchase

By on 18 April 2020

I have tried many cat litter brands over the years but this is my favourite. Clumps well, no bad smell unless lazy cat doesn't cover its poo, doesn't track everywhere and is eco-friendly .

Customer recommends this product

25 Weird cat
Verified Purchase

By on 30 March 2020

Couldn’t find the cats’ usual litter in store so after reading the reviews and liking the sound of this stuff (biodegradable) I decided to purchase.
I must have the weirdest or daftest cat alive - after I cleaned and filled their tray, Jerry started eating it. Yes, you read that correctly: he was eating the walnut shell cat litter. He’s not a starved cat by any means. Was he making a point? Was he craving nuts? Either way, I obviously can’t use it now as he’ll get fat feasting on it!
Gutted as this was on the very pricy side. I’ll donate it to a shelter.

Customer does not recommend this product

55 Very good
Verified Purchase

By on 8 October 2019

This is the best litter I have bought! More expensive than others but well worth it.

Customer recommends this product

55 Great stuff!
Verified Purchase

By on 13 October 2018

I have four cats and trying to find a litter that suited them all was tricky. They all like clay litter but it’s so dusty or it gets tracked everywhere or it gets stuck in the long haired cats feet. Tried Worlds Best and one cat started urinating next to the boxes. Then I saw this one, introduced it slowly and now they all prefer the trays with just this in! It is super light and is the colour and consistency of freeze dried coffee. At first I wondered how I’d see the poops in it but you get used to it quickly. It is a little pricey but there is absolutely no dust, it absorbs fast and it’s easy to remove clumps. They come out in one clean lump and don’t stick everywhere like clay can. Also contains any odour well. There is no ammonia smell after a few days that I found with other litters. All in all, worth the investment.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Nature's Calling Cat Litter, including answers from our team.

24 January 2018 at 8:48pm

Disposal

KG

Can this be disposed of down the toilet?

  • VioVet Staff

Hello,

Thank you for your question.

Cat litter can clump and cause blockages in your pipelines, so we would not advise putting this down your toilet.

Hope this helps.

29 July 2015 at 7:31pm

Litter Concern

Annmarie

Some weaning kittens try eating their cat litter is this litter safe if this was to happen?

  • VioVet Staff

This product certainly is not toxic as such if swallowed, so small amounts would be acceptable. If a kitten was to consume a large amount then the physical bulk of the material in the stomach could cause trouble. This however is very unlikely to happen unless food is somehow mixed with the litter. I have certainly never heard of kittens swallowing significant amounts of cat litter or of this being a problem ever.