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40-lbs Arm & Hammer Ultra Scented Clumping Clay Cat Litter EXPIRED

4 for $55.55
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Chewy has 40-lb Arm & Hammer Ultra Scented Clumping Clay Cat Litter () on sale at 4 for $55.52.after $20 off discount on eligible $75+ purchases (applied automatically in cart). Shipping is free.

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  4. An automatic $20 off eligible $75+ purchases discount will be applied to your order
  5. Price will be $75.52 - $20 discount = $55.52 + free shipping
About this product:
  • Fresh-scented litter coated with odor-eliminating baking soda and is also 99% dust-free to reduce tracking and so you and your pal can breathe easy.

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I have a lot of cats. I usually buy 4 or more boxes every couple of weeks. It comes to $67 buying 4 of the $16 boxes. This deal goes to $75.45 then you add the coupon and it's $55. It aint much, but it's a deal!

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Do a *slow* switch to pine pellets. The smell is almost nonexistent and it's a lot cheaper. I pay $6 a bag and lasts 4-6 weeks for two cats
Not very good litter.

Clump & Seal is the only way to go when it comes to A&H.
I hear that with pine pellets the smell control is a bit better but they require more time/effort than scooping clumped pee. You need to have a sifting tray as the pellets dissolve when contacting the pine pellets. you then have to remove the waste which shows as wood dust soaked in pee. Have been considering these pellets but have not pulled the trigger

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Thanks. I buy a lot of litter too!
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the aroma of perfumed cat poo is extraordinary
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My cats can poop to their hearts content! Autumn

I've read that kitty litter also helps with snowy/icy driveways. I haven't tried that myself, though, so not sure how true that is.
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Might need to get some, I usually stock up when Costco has the litter on cupon. But it's been a while now.
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Not very good litter.

Clump & Seal is the only way to go when it comes to A&H.
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Do a *slow* switch to pine pellets. The smell is almost nonexistent and it's a lot cheaper. I pay $6 a bag and lasts 4-6 weeks for two cats
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is this better than Costco's arm hammer? I buy it when goes on sale for 10 bucks 40 pounds. load up. steamy poos for days
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13.88 per 40lbs box here. Convenience of having it delivered

Alternatively, if you already have a Costco membership, 42lbs packages of Scoop Away clumping clay litter are 12.99 everyday.
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Quote from Autumn :
My cats can poop to their hearts content! Autumn

I've read that kitty litter also helps with snowy/icy driveways. I haven't tried that myself, though, so not sure how true that is.
Kitty litter (clay type) will get you get traction on an icy driveway but I would not use other than an emergency because eventually ice/snow will melt away but kitty litter will stay. I the to keep a 10lbs bag of cat litter in my car for winter emergencies.
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Do a *slow* switch to pine pellets. The smell is almost nonexistent and it's a lot cheaper. I pay $6 a bag and lasts 4-6 weeks for two cats
So what's the poop situation with pine pellets? Does it just sit there? I would assume it would get smelly without anything covering it?
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Quote from aGnomeCat :
Do a *slow* switch to pine pellets. The smell is almost nonexistent and it's a lot cheaper. I pay $6 a bag and lasts 4-6 weeks for two cats
Do you have a link?
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Kitty litter (clay type) will get you get traction on an icy driveway but I would not use other than an emergency because eventually ice/snow will melt away but kitty litter will stay. I the to keep a 10lbs bag of cat litter in my car for winter emergencies.

Thanks. That's what I was wondering. If I'd just end up with a whole driveway of clumped up kitty litter, lol.
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Doesn't work for the unscented litter. I have to pass.
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