Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by Petthekitty For years Sweatscoop serves wonderfully--natural scent, no dust, three happy cats, no bad chemicals or clay. Can be flushed in town sewer. Just break any large clumps. Thanks for this product!
August 15, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by KAnnC Mix Sweat with clay for benefits of both
I mix Sweat with clay litter to improve clumping, cleaning, and aroma without the disadvantages of clay. Clay stays in landfills forever but is required by automatic-cleaning litter boxes. I found a half-and-half mixture makes the clay looser while I get the ecological benefits of wheat.
April 10, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Elsey Not a good trade.
It doesn't do much to hide the smell of feces and urine esp. when its been used by more than one cat or when the stool isn't buried. When the urine patties and stool are removed it has a good wheat smell. But after trying it for a few weeks, it is getting tiring to sift out the clean litter. It takes longer to sift this than the clay litter and it is boring to take the time to do it. Sifting it causes some of the soiled litter to fall off. If you let the urine stay there, it gets hard to remove. There is some dust when filling the litter box. The color is pretty but the price is a turn off.
March 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by katlady44 Wonderful! One drawback
Swheat exceeds any of the others. I have 4 adult cats who don't like perfumy litter. Home does not smell "catty" at all. Very low dust. Drawback: mice must enjoy the taste! Since I began using it, it's attracted mice to our garage and house! I no longer store litter in garage, but still have mice. If only there was something to add to the litter which mice would not like, but not harmful to my cats. So upset to have to stop using Swheat!
September 12, 2015