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Offline bug.dragon

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litter for buns?
« on: July 29, 2008, 01:31:35 AM »
I was wondering about "world's best cat litter" and if it would be ok for my bun. It's made of corn kernels and contains no clay silica. I'd post a link but I'm using my iPhone and don't know how to yet. Can anyone tell me if this would be ok for bun use? I'd really like to use a litter I could scoop from if possible
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Re: litter for buns?
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2008, 02:37:04 PM »
I always used woodstove pellets.  They're just like any other wood-based pelleted litter, they're just marketed for woodstoves.  You can get them at your local Tractor Supply Co. store for $4-$5 per 40 lb bag (very cost effective!).  The only problem with them, is the fact that they're a seasonal thing and are only available during the colder months.  So, stock up!
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