I know everyone has been on the edge of their seat wondering if I'd ever find the perfect kitty litter that would do two things:
1. Cover up odors.
2. Be unscented.
What I found in my earlier post was that most companies use a scent to cover up the odor. What it really did was make the house smell like flowers and kitty poo, instead of just kitty poo.
I hit the computer to see what others were saying about litter and also took y'all's advice.
Yes, "y'all's" is a word. It means all of you. It can often be found being used another way--
What it means is "All of you all".
It seems redundant to say "All of you all" doesn't it?
It isn't. Trust me.
I can use it in a sentence.
By the way, "Y'all" is spelled just like you see it.
It's a contraction of 'You' and 'All". The apostrophe goes just after the 'Y' because there is no 'A' in 'You'.
I will often see it spelled 'Ya'll'.
For the record, no one else in my family can be found using 'Y'all, Fixin' to, or All Y'all'.
We'll address 'Fixin' to' during another class.
This message was brought to you by a transplanted mid-westerner living in the great state of Texas.
We now return to our regularly scheduled infomercial.
Are you still here?
Good, because I have the best news to hit cat owners since........
.....dry cat food (canned food, eewww).
Drum roll please
My house no longer smells like kitty litter or kitty poo.
It smells like my house.
I found a combination of two litters works best.
One is expensive, and the other is mighty cheap.
Plain old clay cat litter. No extra anything. Including scents.
25 lbs for $6!
Made from corn. Clumps wonderfully. Has no scent, whatsoever!
17 lbs. for $18.50 at Tractor Supply
I combine them about 2-1.
Two parts clay to 1 part WBCL.
I clean the litter box every day.
I do notice an odor if the cat has just been in the box, but it fades very quickly.
And so, my quest has ended.
I've shared my discovery with the cyber-world.
My work here is done.