What litter is the least flingable?  Pick two.

Carefresh/Carefresh Ultra
4 (16%)
Yesterday's News
14 (56%)
0 (0%)
Harlan Diamond Soft
0 (0%)
Eco Bedding
3 (12%)
Aspen Shavings
0 (0%)
Walnut grounds
0 (0%)
Rabbit Food
3 (12%)
Corn Cob
1 (4%)
sWheat Scoop
0 (0%)

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Offline Phalaeo

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Poll...Litter Flingability Survey
« on: December 19, 2006, 06:32:01 PM »
Pick your top two options as to what litter you find the least flingable.  Flingability is defined (by me  ;)) as the ease with which your ratties can kick, spill, push, shove or throw litter out of the cage.  This will, of course be dependent on what cage you have, i.e. The super pet has a deep pan, reducing the flinagbility of any litter.
Remember, this poll is for flingability only, not odor control, cost/value or any other factor.  If I forgot your bedding, please write in.

Least flingable=Stays in cage

I did not include cloth because it is not generally found in pieces outside the cage that stick to the bottom of one's feet when they get up from bed at night to use the bathroom.  Not that I've ever had that happen to me....  :BlueDumboSmileTongue:
Currently ratless, but looking for two males
Pittsburgh, PA