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Old 04-23-2008, 02:38 PM   #1
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Me and my are moved in back at home. The cat has to stay in my bedroom most of the time including the litter box So whenever the cat "goes" the dust from the litter get into the air and choke sme up. Does anyone here have any alternative litter thats easy on the nose?

BTW getting rid of the cat is not an option.
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Get a dustless cat litter. Check on the back of each one, some will say dustless, and some won't.
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Well since my wife has asthma and all the litters we have tried over the last 6 months I suggest Tidy Cats Crystals Blend. It is very low on dust and should work very well for you.

http://www.tidycat.com/GetPage.aspx?...&MenuItemID=-1
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Get the fresh step crystals. They cost a little more but absorb urine odor great and you don't have to put as much in the box as you do litter. Try it I know you will like it.
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does the litter box have a lid.

use one with a lid , it should help keep dust from flying..
thats what i use.
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yea you can always try an enclosed litter box with the filter at the top.

iv tried all kinds of litter exspensive and cheap and i only really notice the dust when i change it.
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