Almo Nature Cat Litter is a fully natural, biodegradable, compostable, biodegradable litter bed in the toilet.
Starch contained in vegetable fibers agglomerates rapidly while the enzymes neutralize bad odors.
Almo Cat Litter litter contains no silicon or synthetic chemicals and clay, it offers excellent odor control and fast agglomeration thanks to the concentrated power of plant fibers, leaving the litter and sand remaining perfectly clean.
Almo Nature Cat Litter's 2.27kg package lasts four weeks for a cat and minimizes waste
ABSORPTIONS AND LASCIA CLEAN
The liquids agglomerate by expansion and remain imprisoned on the surface, leaving both the cassette and the remaining sand clean.
ELIMINATE THE ODORS
Urine agglomerates instantly by neutralizing the spread of bad smells.
EFFICIENT AND ECONOMIC
Created a base of about 2 cm (1 kg of product, only half a bag) it consumes about 500 g per week
COMFORTABLE AND CONVENIENT
Lightweight to carry, not clogged and, once the base is created, they consume about 500 g per week.
EASY TO SMELL
100% biodegradable, guarantees ecological disposal in the compost or toilet.
SAFETY, NATURAL AND ATOSSIC
Produced with sole vegetable fibers and without any additive added it is safe for the health of the whole family.
AMERICA OF THE ENVIRONMENT
100% vegetable and biodegradable, totally devoid of additives or toxic agents.
DO NOT SPORTS
It does not stick to either the paws or the hair and is soft under the paws.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING ALMO CAT LITTER
Pour the product to create the "base", ie a layer of about 2 cm (for a 30x40cm cassette will be enough half a bag, about 1 kg of product).
Remove the plates with a narrow mesh spat and dispose directly in the toilet or compost.
Restore the "base" by pouring 1/4 of the bag (about 500g of product for a cat of 4kg)
ONCE A MONTH
If you decide to wash the cassette do not dispose but reuse the advanced product (the rapid formation of the plates guarantees the hygiene of the surrounding product).
* See local legislation. Never lay the entire litter in the water, only the dry matter agglomerates4