The second litter revolution

Cat litter, made it easier to own a cat. Around the late 1970s, a new type of litter made it even easier. This was the “scoopable” type, made of clay containing sodium bentonite. This new litter clumped when moistened, so cat owners (using perforated “scoops” that are now standard equipment for most owners) could easily scoop out the clumps of urine-saturated litter, leaving behind dry litter. It requires changing much less often than the old clay litter and is also less dusty.
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