Whoever told you clay litter is good needs a good smack up the side of the head!! Or at least a good talking to. NEVER use anything that if ingested could kill them.
I use plain newspaper and they drag the hay out to sit on.
I'm not sure but yeah, if you had to order it online, it'd be expensive after shipping. I'm in the U.S. so it's very cheap for me.I've also heard that Yesterdays News is a very good litter.
But isn't it very expencive?
I live in Norway, so I would have to order it on the internet.
At this moment, I'm using some wood pellets thing. Lol.
Don't know what it's called, but it works just fine.
Did you contact the company?Yesterday's News is the best Ive had but I DID find traces of plastic and once I even found a sharp metal piece (think of a pencil when you sharpen it down to the metal eraser holder) and these were just the things I found. Thank god my bunnies dont eat and forage in the hay!!! Just something to keep in mind! If your bunnies eat the litter they're using I would advise against YN.
Ah, ok, I see. Have those things been found in the newer version? Thankfully I shouldn't have any issues, anyways, since my angora doesn't have direct contact with the litter (you don't want an angora rabbit sitting in the litterbox, lol).I did not because I had a website around the same time which advised against using TN for bunnies because of the pieces found. It wasn't a regional thing but that the original TN is specifically designed for cats and the traces of things in it shouldnt harm a cat who only goes to litter box to do his thing and leave where small animals hang out in their litter. YN designed a small animal version then and bumped up the price but scaled down the size of the bag but content is generally the same with little difference except that one is 'softer'-_- I guess there was a demand for the product but it was dumb if you bought it due to the size of the bag. Hmm.... Time to search for that website, No I didnt contact them bc the company is aware of the issue.