We now stock one of the most popular cat litter brands! Sanicat provides high absorption and odour control but with so many variations, you might be wondering which one is the best. Here’s a breakdown for you:
Sanicat Diamond silica cat litter is made with a synthetic material called Silica. It is very lightweight and produces little dust. This is non-clumping, which means it will absorb the moisture and hold the odour for 5-12 days.
Extremely low-maintenance, it’s perfect for those who would rather play with their cat than clean up after them often.
If you’re looking for a low maintenance option Sanicat Pink non-clumping cat litter is lightweight, efficiently absorbs liquids and controls odours from your cat’s litter tray (similar to the Diamond litter) and is made from natural ingredients with a perfected low dust formula.
The low dust formula means that when emptying the tray, less residue will be left behind.
If you’d rather stay on top of your cat’s toilet routine, clumping litter might be a better option for you. Sanicat Clumping litter is 100% natural and is made of ultra-absorbent bentonite clay. When the clay absorbs the liquid this causes the clay to clump together so you can scoop out the waste from the tray. This means that you will not have to empty the tray as regularly as you remove the dirty litter after you cat goes to the toilet. This litter also has brilliant odour control and will hold in the smell left behind.
Sanicat Gold cat litter is dust free and as it’s made from ultra-clumping Bentonite, it provides excellent clumping properties. This allows for easy removal of the waste as it’s held together which makes it simple to remove by scoop. Sanicat Gold also has effective odour control with a pleasant scent of talcum powder.
All of these features make Sanicat Gold one of the premium dust free cat litters on the market, and as a premium product this comes with a specially designed pouring spout to make using this product even easier.
Which Sanicat litter to choose?
This is all down to preference and how often you will be able to change the litter in the tray.
If you are a working owner and don’t have much time you may prefer to use non-clumping litter so you don’t have to remove clumps of dirty litter as soon as you’re back home!
However, if you have a little more free time on your hands and want to keep your cat’s litter box as fresh as possible, a clumping formula might be a better option.
Ultimately the choice will come down to your cat as they may not be able to tell you what they want but they will show you. The best one for you is the one your cat is most comfortable with.