New ARM & HAMMER® Ultra Last™ Clumping Litter!
These days a lot of people do not have time to clean the litter box everyday so it tends to be forgotten and also we all know how smelly litter boxes get .
The maker of Arm & Hammer cat litter has created a solution to beat the daily scoop with the new Ultra Last™ Clumping Cat Litter that provides long-lasting odour control.
Army & Hammer Baking Soda coated granules and special odour neutralizers that continuously eliminate even the worst litter box odours
Provides immediate and long lasting odour protection, even if the litter box isn’t scooped every day Moisture activated fresh scent deodorizes the litter every time the cat uses the litter box
Rock solid clumps allow for easy removal of the source of odours
Available at retailers across Canada
Sizes: 6.4 kg – SRP: $6.99 - $8.99
12.7 kg – SRP: $13.99 - $15.99
For more pet care tips visit www.armandhammer.ca
The photo above is Meeloo our 9 year old cat.
I don't have a life and I am pretty good at cleaning Meeloo's litter box but still it does get smelly in the laundry room so I was excited to review Arm & Hammer Ultra Last Clumping Cat Litter.
Meeloo is very picky when it comes to her litter box. I have tried putting in liners to that it would be easier to clean but unfortunately she didn't like the liners in there it gets messy and I have to clean her litter box often.
Last week I cleaned her litter box with soap and water like I do every week but this time I put in the new litter instead of her usual brand.
I personally like this Arm & Hammer Ultra Last Clumping Cat Litter because of the moisture activated fresh scent it doesn't get as smelly and it clumps very well so it is easy to scoop out but Meeloo however doesn't seem to like it. She does pee in it but refuses to poo in it for some odd reason.
*The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation*
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