Wood pellet cat litter – clumping and flushable
COSYCAT is a clumping wood pellet cat litter, which forms stable clumps when coming into contact with cat urine. Depending on the size, the clumps can be disposed of in the toilet. Disposal with the domestic or biodegradable waste is also possible. As soon as the litter layer decreases noticeably, fill up the box with fresh litter. As a result, the litter can be used for 6 to 8 weeks before the litter box requires a thorough clean. COSYCAT is therefore an extremely economical litter that is easy to dispose of.
Our ecological cat litter offers a number of advantages for people, pets and the planet:
- Binds odours quickly
- Low dust content
- Highly absorbent
- Weighs little
- 100% natural
Clumping wood pellet cat litter
The wood-based cat litter has excellent clumping properties. On coming into contact with the urine, the pellets soak up the liquid. The litter box remains clean and fresh because no urine seeps through to the bottom. A prerequisite is, however, that you fill up the box with a layer of at least 7 centimetres, as otherwise the clumps cannot form reliably. With an absorbency of 800%, our cat litter can soak up even large amounts of liquid. Just wait for a few minutes after the cat’s visit and the clumps can then be removed easily from the box. The waiting time is necessary for the clumps to become solid.
Fast and long-lasting odour control by the wood fibres ensures that your home and the litter box remain free of any unpleasant odours. To ensure that cats feel comfortable while using the cat toilet, we recommend removing the clumps and solids at least twice a day.
The solid clumps can be removed from the litter box using a scoop. The clumps are so stable that they don’t fall apart when scooped. Single clumps can be disposed of in a flush toilet without any problems. Wait for a few seconds until the clumps start to dissolve before flushing them. Dispose of the remaining litter with regular household waste. Litter that has been cleaned from faeces and urine clumps can also be disposed of in the organic waste bin or on the compost heap. In some regions the disposal of cat litter may be restricted. Please bear in mind any local regulations relating to waste disposal.
For further information on the use and disposal of our clumping cat litter see our Application page.
Highly absorbent wood cat litter
Our wood-based cat litter is ultra-absorbent because it can soak up seven times its weight in moisture. We achieve this extraordinary absorbency with our special manufacturing process. First, we mechanically chip the timber and grind the chips into fine wood fibres. The next step is to process the fibres into soft pellets and sieve them to remove the dust. No chemicals or fragrances are used at any stage of the manufacturing process. Thanks to their outstanding absorbency properties, only a few fibres are needed to soak up liquids.
Our biodegradable cat litter COSYCAT is a sustainable product because 100% of the timber comes from sustainably managed forests. Sustainability is confirmed by the PEFC Chain of Custody Certification. The certificate proves that we use only certified timber. As a result, COSYCAT bears the PEFC label. PEFC-certified forests are regularly reforested, maintaining the woodland as a habitat for animals and plants.
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