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I only ever use Ever Clean litter. I get it at PetSmart or PetCo (never seen it anywhere else but they may sell it other places). I have tried every litter on the planet and it's the only one I've found that really is tough on odors. Been using it for a good 4 years now with 3 and now 2 cats and never had an issue with it. It's a little pricey but it lasts a good long while and really works.
They probably don't. I've only ever seen it in specialty pet stores or feed stores.
If you're stuck with places like Walmart, Target, etc then I'd recommend Fresh Step or Arm and Hammer.
If you don't have a covered box then it's doubtful IMO. I've honestly never heard of a cat being allergic to litter. Not to mention I would think it'd bother his feet more than his neck if that were the case. No need for a new box. If you're that concerned just take some dawn dishsoap and a bristle brush and scrub the box you already have. It'll take off anything and will be the same as a new one.
The place I go for good pet food is a feed store. They carry all the good foods, blue buffalo, natural balance.. ive nevre looked at the litter so hopefully I can find something good.
we do have a covered box. I just recently took the top off though, because Bob wasnt able to get inside well with his cone head.
Have you heard anything about Woodys cat litter? I did some research on allergens with Litter and found alot of people switched to Woodys for their cats skin conditions.
I will take your advice and scrub the box with soap before puttin in the new litter.
Ive also read that people use vagisil on cats skin rashes... what do you think about that? I plan to also pick up some of that shampoo you recommended if I can find it. If not I'll be ordering it online and keeping with the neosporin.
If all this doesnt work, then bless his heart, cuz I dont know what else to do. Thank you so much for all your help and information.