Lightweight Cat Litter
The Trouble & Trix Lightweight Fresh Floral cat litter uses baking soda to neutralise urine odours. Made from bentonite and cellulose which are highly absorbent, this combination traps the liquid and locks in ammonia odours providing a fresh floral scent. This natural and biodegradable litter forms an easy-to-clean one scoop clump. Its innovative lightweight formulation reduces the average bag weight of up to 35% than traditional clumping litter, making it much easier to carry around and refill the litter tray.
The Trouble & Trix cat litter range combines superior, long-lasting odour control, rapid absorption, and enhanced cleaning convenience via scoopable clumps or a fresher, lower maintenance home environment. Ranging from good to extreme odour control in a variety of litter styles, Trouble & Trix cat litter ensures the home you share with your cat is always clean and fresh
A 15L bag lasts 14 Weeks*
*Guide based on an average size, healthy cat, fed on premium dry food. Longevity of the product may vary based on your cat’s diet. Some cats may prefer one litter type or litter tray. If your cat will not use a particular litter, try one of our other litters or ask your vet’s advice. A standard 30 x 40cm litter tray filled to 4cm deep is recommended. Longevity may be affected if filled above this level.
- Up to 35% lighter than traditional clumping litter
- Highly absorbent and neutralises ammonia odours
- Bentonite-based clumping litter with fresh floral scent
- Baking soda neutralises urine odours
- Forms easy-to-clean, scoopable clumps
- Lasts one month longer than standard paper litter
Available in 7L and 15L Bags from your local Pet Store
How to use Trouble and Trix Lightweight Cat Litter
- Fill a clean, empty litter tray to a depth of 4cm (use liner if desired: See Trouble & Trix litter liners). Position tray in a convenient place for the cat.
- Maintain litter freshness by regularly removing soiled waste with a scoop. Dispose of used litter in garbage.
- Wash tray regularly. Always wash hands after use.
Indoor litter trays: Litter odour is offensive to most people, even if you can get used to the strong smell, your visitors wont. We recommend Crystal or Scoopable litters for indoor trays as both have great odour control properties.
For enclosed cat toilets: An enclosed cat toilet is simply a litter tray with walls and a roof. The roof may contain a carbon cartridge which filters odours as air passes through it. For the ultimate in odour control, combine your choice of litters with an enclosed cat toilet.
Changing to a new cat litter: Cats are creatures of habit. If your cat has been using the same litter for a long time it could get confused by a new litter and may not understand it is supposed to use this litter for you know what. This happens rarely but if it does it’s easy to fix. Over a 4–7 day period, mix your old litter with the new, starting at a ratio of 75% old to 25% new and increasing the new litter as you take away the old soiled litter.