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Following Atticus – A man, a dog and a call to nature

September 2, 2012 57 comments

Today I am doing a review of the book, Following Atticus. It is a book my friend Edie Jarolim, first reviewed on her blog, Will My Dog Hate Me? I had always intended to read it, but as is often the case, life got in the way. That’s why I was so very happy when I was offered the chance to review this book on my own blog. I received a copy of Following Atticus as part of the review request, but I will be sharing it with friends and family as soon as I can. I loved it. I hope you will check it out.

I think I fell in love with Tom Ryan and his dog, Atticus M. Finch, from the first moment I opened their book, Following Atticus. It’s pretty hard not to fall in love with a book that speaks to your soul in so many different ways.

I should have known I would love it when I read in the prologue – “I have come to judge a good story as one that makes me feel as if I’m losing a friend when I read the final page, close the book, and put it down for the last time.” Indeed. For that is exactly how I felt when I read the last page of Following Atticus.

The story begins in Newburyport, Massachusetts, where Tom Ryan is the sole owner, editor and publisher of his own newspaper, The Undertoad, a paper that follows in the muckraker tradition of truth-telling and investigative journalism. He is knowledgeable, respected, hated, and admired by all in this small town, and as a result he lives a busy and somewhat dangerous life.

Then one day, he agrees to take a dog into his life, Max. Max is an abandoned dog that nobody wants. Tom takes him in and gives him a home. It changes his life. Max becomes his inseparable companion and the town mascot. Sadly, Max is only with him for a year and half before he is gone, but the relationship they shared was to lead to an even greater one.

When Tom meets Atticus Finch he is a tiny little thing. A gray miniature schnauzer puppy with white eyebrows, chest and paws. He is also something else. Unusual. From the beginning, he seems to have a wisdom and understanding that is almost human-like. Maybe it was Tom’s determination to let Atticus be himself, even his name was chosen to give him his own identity, or maybe Atticus was simply born with an independence could not be contained. Either way, he is unique and different and special, and he changes Tom’s life.

He changes it in subtle ways at first –  long walks through town to visit its patrons, bike rides together, and weekends spent away from the city in a little cabin in the woods. It is there that Tom and Atticus begin to explore and to discover a new and shared passion – hiking the White mountains of New Hampshire. Soon they are off on adventure that can only be described as transformative. They start on a journey to hike all 48 of the “4000-footers” – the mountains above 4000 feet, and then to hike them twice in one winter season. All along the way is Atticus, the “Little Buddha,” guiding Tom on his journey, battling the elements right alongside Tom. He is smart, wise and inspiring.

Reading about Atticus’ meditative moments atop each mountaintop made me feel a sense of longing. I wanted to feel his sense of peace, his connectedness to his environment. I wanted to feel Tom’s sense of awe and wonder at every mountain peak. his jubilation at each goal met. I wanted to feel his sense of accomplishment and self-satisfaction. But more than that, I wanted to feel what he and Atticus so clearly felt with each hike – a communion with each other and with the natural world around them. There is something that happens to the soul when you connect with nature. Tom described it as such, “It’s the natural world that heals the soul.” I believe that wholeheartedly.

Many might describe Following Atticus as just a story about a man and his little dog, but it is so much more than that. It is the story of reawakening and the healing of one man’s soul. It is also the story of renewal and transformation. At it’s core, it is a reminder of who we are when we are one with nature. I have no doubt this book will inspire many to take to the mountains, the woods and the forests. In the words of John Muir (quoted often by Tom Ryan)…

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.” [John Muir (1838 – 1914), Our National Parks, 1901]

Following Atticus certainly did that for me.

You can learn more about Tom and Atticus:

On their blog – The Adventures of Tom & Atticus

On their Facebook page – Following Atticus.

The Easiest Pet Product Review Ever!

May 7, 2012 19 comments

I’m going to be completely honest here. I have a love/hate relationship with product reviews. I love doing them when I really like a product, but I hate the inherent sense of obligation I feel to write a positive review.

As a result, I don’t do them very often, and when I do I tend to only choose those products I know and love, trust or intrigue me.

But when FURminator® contacted me about reviewing their new line of grooming products I was more than happy to say yes. Why? Because I already have one of their products, the original FURminator® deShedding tool. It was recommended to me by a friend who also has a Lab, like Daisy, who sheds a lot. I purchased one that very same day and have used it ever since.

What I didn’t know was that, in the intervening years, FURminator® had come out with a whole new line of grooming products. I also didn’t know they had an easy way for pet parents to choose the exact right tool(s) to use with their particular pet. After answering a few questions in the Tell Us About Your Dog tool, I was told that I needed the Small Firm Slicker Brush and the Small Finishing Comb.

I knew that FURminator® had recommended the right tools because Jasper and Lady’s groomer had recommended a slicker brush and comb to me when we last saw her in March.

I’m not going to go through all the grooming details, but what I can tell you is that I LOVE these tools! Even better, Jasper and Lady actually seemed okay with their grooming session for the very first time.

Under the best of circumstances, Jasper will only tolerate me grooming him for a few minutes, then he gets all nippy, especially when I do his back-end. Lady usually shakes like a leaf (even with high-value treats in hand), so I usually groom her a little bit at a time with lots of breaks in between grooming sessions. But when I used the FURminator® tools, Lady stood there patiently and stopped shaking almost immediately.  Jasper let me groom him for about 10 minutes!. Clearly, I have been using the wrong grooming tools (even though they were recommended to me by a pet store clerk).

So what made these tools different?

The Small Slicker Brush has a very unusual feature to it. The tines sit on two flexible paddles that move with the contour of a dog’s body. The first time I used it I was surprised to discover the paddles moved, but after using it on both dogs I can completely appreciate the beauty of the design. It doesn’t pull the fur, but glides through it very easily. It’s so smart!

The Small Finishing Comb did not have the sharp ends like the ones on my traditional grooming rake, and tines also have some movement to them. It helped me to get out some of the tangles I have always had a problem with in the past.

To be honest, I was amazed at the difference it made in the results too.

I could go on and on about what I like about these two products, but to me what was most important was knowing how much less stressed Jasper and Lady were throughout the process.

Writing this review was one of the easiest I have ever done. I WILL be using these grooming tools from now on.

Lady BeforeLady After

My New Favorite Pet Gadget

January 26, 2012 10 comments

Nitize LED Light

In the past, I have mentioned my dislike of the whole “fall back” time change because it takes away my extra hour of daylight in the evening. Most of my dislike has to do with the fact that I hate walking my dogs in the dark. We have no sidewalks in my neighborhood and even though it’s a residential area, we often have people driving their cars way too fast. I am afraid one day me and my dogs, or someone else and their dog, will get hit.

But this weekend I found this wonderful little gadget at Chuck and Don’s Pet Food Outlet. It’s a little LED light that you attach to your dog’s collar. It’s low-tech; it turns on with a twist, and the battery is easy to replace. It’s definitely the best new pet gadget I have seen in some time. I was able to hook it easily to Lady’s collar to show you what it looks like. Yes. It’s really that bright. You can see it from quite a distance. In fact, we saw another dog at our dog park wearing one last night and I could see him way before we got close enough to hear him.

I think we’ll be taking more walks in the dark now that I have found something that allows people to see us more quickly and from further away. This is technology at it’s best, don’t you think?

Lady and her new light


If you live in Minnesota (or Denver) you can pick one up at Chuck and Don’s, and if not, you can order them online at niteize.com – here’s the direct link.

My thank you gift to you – Hartz Angry Birds Contest

December 14, 2011 26 comments

And the WINNERS are….
Geek HillBilly
Mary Haight
Karen Hollebrands
Debbie O’Halloran

I’ll be contacting you via email to get your addresses and to send your puppies their gifts! Congratulations!

Jasper's Angry Bird Obsession

It’s been a long couple of weeks. From the moment Lady first disappeared (and finally returned 12 days later), and through this past week of dealing with what I like to call The Crud, I haven’t really felt much like blogging.

Now that I am finally able to participate in the land of the living again I feel the need to thank all of you who helped in Lady’s search, offered kind words of support, tweeted or shared her story on Facebook, or just sent me healing thoughts. So today’s post is a giveaway of thanks.

On the day that Lady disappeared, a box appeared on my doorstep from Hartz (thank you Meagan!) loaded with some really cool toys from their Angry Birds line. I waited to open it until Lady was back home safe and sound and when she was I let her choose the first toy. The first one she took from the box was the little red plush Angry Bird and it’s been her favorite ever since.

Angry Bird - Lady's Favorite Toy

Hartz sent us a whole box full of toys and while I am sure my dogs would love to have all of them, I would rather share them with all of you in thanks for all your support. So I’m going to make this contest really easy.

Here are the rules for the giveaway:

1. Comment on this post by posting your dog’s name(s). That’s it! Post your dog’s name below and you are entered into the contest.

– The contest will run until midnight (12:00 AM Central Time), December 16, 2011.
– Four prize packs of 2 Hartz toys each will be awarded to 4 doggie families.
– Winners will be selected at random using Random.org.
– Winners will be notified via email.
– Winners will have three days to claim their prize, or another winner will be drawn from the entry pool.
– I will post the winner’s names on my blog on December 17th.

Good luck!




Worried you may not win? Enter Hartz’s Angry Birds Pet Toys Holiday Photo Contest on Facebook and win a free gift basket from Hartz!

Lady and her Angry Bird

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – Daisy and Jasper’s Professional Pics

October 21, 2011 25 comments

Recently, I mentioned that Daisy and Jasper would be getting professional pictures taken. I was really looking forward to it because as I mentioned in a previous post, I have rarely been able to get a great picture of Daisy. She is a gorgeous dog, but because of a past mistake, she is now afraid of cameras.

I warned Jessica of Chocolate Moose Images about Daisy’s fear of cameras (I didn’t want her to be too disappointed if she couldn’t capture any good ones of Daisy), but she assured me that she was up for the challenge. And, she was. 🙂

She was awesome with both Daisy and Jasper, taking the time to just get to know them and make them feel more comfortable.

Jess had already scoped out a location in my area of town and suggested we meet there. I was blown away by beauty of the place she had chosen. I never even knew this little park existed! It had ponds, a forest, a walking path, and a wooden foot bridge that spanned between the two ponds. The walking path was littered with lots of colorful fall leaves. It was beautiful… and perfect.

I’ll let you decide how the photo session went, but if it gives you any idea, I still can’t decide which ones to I like best. Jasper, of course, was a more than willing participant, Daisy less so, but I still think Jess caught some good ones of her too. Of course, there was the added surprise of Daisy deciding to jump into one of the ponds and paddle around, swimming for only the second time in her life, and then her running through the woods only to reappear with burrs in her coat and paws full of mud. But, you know what? I didn’t care. It just added to the experience. My thanks to Jessica for the great pictures. I hope you enjoy the slide show.

By the way, not only is Jess a great photographer, but she is also a really nice person. I was so impressed with how she interacted with Daisy and Jasper. If you would like some awesome photos of you, your dogs or your little ones (i.e., babies, toddlers, etc.) contact Jess via her website, Chocolate Moose Images , or through email. You can also follow her on her Facebook Fan page. I also recommend checking out her blog.


Welcome to the Saturday Pet Blogger Blog Hop. I encourage you to check out some of the other awesome bloggers out there. Much thanks to our most generous and interesting hosts, Life With Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers, and Confessions of the Plume!

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The Missing Link Giveaway!

October 7, 2011 16 comments


I am really excited about this giveaway.

Recently, I was contacted by Missing Link and asked to try out their product on my two dogs and cat. I jumped at the chance. What an opportunity!

I have been hearing about Missing Link for some time now. As a regular listener of Katie K9, I have often heard her recommending it to owners with dog(s) and/or cat(s) with compromised immune systems. I have also heard other pet owners mention that it has helped their dog’s allergies or made their dog’s coat look amazing. You can read a few stories here, and here and here.

Missing link contains Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9, flaxseed lignans, and phytochemicals (phytochemicals have anti-rheumatic, anti-allergenic, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-carcinogenic properties. They are recognized for their disease fighting properties.) In other words, if you’ve got a dog who is suffering from allergies, or has a weakened immune system or is getting older and needs a supplement to help build up their immune system, Missing Link should be something you consider trying. And, here was my chance to try it out!

However, I’ve decided to do something a little different. I am going to share this generous gift with two of my readers and buy my own bags of missing link for my dogs and cat. I am giving away one 1 lb. bag of Canine Formula with Joint Support and one 6oz. bag of Feline Formula.

Here are the rules for the giveaway:

1. “Like” No Dog About It’s Facebook fan page (on the right).

2. Post a picture of your dog or cat on our Facebook page (Don’t forget to include you pet’s name!). This is your “before” picture.

3. If you win, agree to post another picture (the “after” picture) of your cat or dog on our Facebook fan page 40 days from now and share your dog or cat’s results after taking Missing Link.

The contest will run until midnight (12:00 AM Central Time), October 12, 2011. Two winners will be selected at random using Random.org, and will be notified via Facebook. Only those who post a picture of their cat or dog on our Facebook fan page between now and and 12:00 AM Central Time, October 12, 2011, will be eligible to win. Winners will have three days to claim their prize, or another winner will be drawn from the entry pool. I will post the winners on my blog on October 13th. Good luck!

In the fairness of full disclosure, I have chosen to share the third bag of Canine Formula with my client Kelly, and her dog, Clover (see pictures below). Clover has been suffering from severe allergies and has been on Prednisone to help control the itching. She will join the two winners, and my own dogs and cat, in this little experiment. I will share updates about all of the pets in about 40 days.

Want to learn more about what’s in Missing Link? Go here. Also, follow Missing Link on Facebook and Twitter.

Clover - On the Deck


Clover - Top View


Clover at play

And the winners are…

Deb Swan and her poodle Jack
Nicole Bourassa and her cat Boots

Deb and Nicole – Send me an email at nodogaboutitblog.com with your address and I’ll ship them this weekend.

Jack and his other human, Kari


Little kitty, Boots


Welcome to the Saturday Pet Blogger Blog Hop. I encourage you to check out some of the other awesome bloggers out there. Much thanks to our most generous and interesting hosts, Life With Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers, and Confessions of the Plume!

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The BlogPaws Stash

September 30, 2011 22 comments

A few weeks ago, Pamela and Honey over at Something Wagging This Way Comes had a contest to win some of her BlogPaws swag. There were two bags to choose from a Small-Medium Dog Swag Bag and a Medium-Large Dog Swag Bag. I entered Daisy, Jasper and myself for the Medium-Large Dog Swag Bag, never thinking for a minute that we would win. So imagine my surprise when we did win! All three of us were very excited. We just couldn’t wait to see what was in that bag! Jasper and Daisy Lady (available through Minnesota Sheltie Rescue))

Lady (our favorite foster dog) was lucky enough to join us before our bag arrived. Boy was she excited when we told her what was coming!

Well, now it’s time to reveal the stash. Is this seriously cool or what?

The BlogPaws Stash
Of course, we had to check some of this stuff out a little more closely.

Fido Friendly Magazine First, there was the Fido Friendly magazine. Totally cool! And, look who’s on the cover. Oogy! What an amazing dog and family.

Kong Toy Second, was a toy by one of our favorite dog toy companies of all time – KONG. Jasper was very interested in this new toy. Unfortunately, he was having too much fun for me to grab a good picture of him. So here is what it looked like.

We also tried the Savory Chicken flavored Lickety Stix from Pet Safe. Unfortunately, Lady’s reaction seemed to sum up the general feelings expressed by Daisy and Jasper. They were intrigued by the smell, but not so much by the taste. Lady' s Reaction to Lickety Stix

However, the freeze dried turkey heart treats by Oma’s Pride were a huge hit. Lady, Jasper and Daisy were still looking for more after we had emptied the bag! They gave a definitive 12 paws up on. We’ll definitely be ordering more of their treats.
Oma's Pride Pet Treats Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts - Oma's Pride

The decorative t-shirt from Martha Stewart Pets was pretty cute. The silver-sequined skull and cross bones would be perfect for Halloween, but I think perhaps Lady and Jasper would have a different opinion on that matter. Daisy was just grateful that she was too big to even try it on! 🙂
Martha Stewart Pets t-shirt

Lady in the dog t-shirt

Lady in the t-shirt from Martha Stewart Pets


Jasper in the t-shirt from Martha Stewart Pets

We were a bit puzzled by the mystery gift from The Pet Wiki. Jasper thought it was a chew toy. Daisy thought it was something best carried around in her mouth. Lady just wanted it to make squeaking sounds. Unfortunately, it does not seem to be or do any of the things they thought it would. We’re stumped. Can you help us figure out what it is and/or what it does?
The Pet Wiki Mystery Gift-front The Pet Wiki Mystery Gift - Back

There were lots of other great things included in our swag bag, and we’ll be sampling them over the next few weeks, but here’s a list of the other items in our swag bag. We are feeling pretty lucky. Thanks Pamela and Honey!

Petco Tennis Ball
Wellness Super5Mix Sample dog kibble
Back to Basics food scooper
Canidae TidNips dog treats
Bissell Stomp ‘N Go Stain Lifting Pads
TropiClean Clean Teeth Gel
Poop bag holder from Dogster.com
Life+Dog Magazine
Greenies Bumper Sticker
L.W. Bristol Classics Zipper Pull
FoundAnimals sticky notes
Food coupons from Royal Canin and Back to Basics


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Innova + Free Bag of Pet Food. Need I say More?

August 15, 2011 30 comments

Jasper is very curious about Innova

My apologies to the folks at Innova. A few weeks ago, they were kind enough to send me 3 trial coupons for a bag of free dog or cat food. Instead of offering them up to all of you right away, I sat on them. Why you ask? Because this was my first ever blog giveaway and I was terrified I would screw it up!

Luckily, Daisy and Jasper gave me a pep talk and reassured me that I really could do this. (Dogs – they sure know how to boost your confidence don’t they?) 🙂

So, without further ado…Here is your chance to win a free bag of dog or cat food (up to $20 in value) from Innova.

Entering is easy. There are two ways to win:
1. Comment in the comments section below. Yes. It really is that easy.
2. Subscribe to the No Dog About It blog. When you confirm your subscription, write “Innova” in the subject line. Remember to use a valid email address because this is how I will be contacting you if you win.

The contest will run until 11:59PM, August 22, 2011. I will pick the winners via Random.org. Winners will have three days to claim their prize, or another winner will be drawn from the entry pool. I will post the winners on August 23rd.
Good luck!

And the Winners are….

CaraJ
YUPS
Sue

I have already emailed you to let you know. Please send me your address and I will mail your coupon out to you immediately!

Dog Collars, Nostalgia and New Beginnings

July 12, 2011 13 comments

I was so excited when I opened the mailbox today. Inside was a little brown padded envelope. “Could it be?” I thought. I couldn’t wait to find out. There was no waiting until I got inside to open my package. Nope! I tore open that package right then and there.

“Yay!!! They’re here! They’re here!”

Inside that little brown package were the two items I had been waiting for – Daisy and Jasper’s new dog collars, a special gift from our friend Karen from Doggie Stylish. I was thrilled. I couldn’t wait to try them on Daisy and Jasper.

New Dog Collars from Doggie Stylish

Old Dog Collars

Jasper has had the same dog collar since I first fostered him (nearly two and a half years ago!) and Daisy’s collar (the one I bought her nearly 3 years ago) has begun to look old and faded. Yet, I have resisted buying them new ones. Why? Because I am somewhat nostalgic about them. Not because they had some special meaning when I bought them or that they had some special significance because of their color or style, but because I am kind of a keeper of dog collars. When I say goodbye to one of my dogs and send them over that rainbow bridge, I keep their collar as a way to remember them. Each collar carries a lot of memories for me – the day they first came to live with me, the days we played in the park or cuddled on the couch or took a trip to visit a friend. All of my memories are wrapped up in that one little collar.

That’s why when Karen offered to send them new collars I was a little bit tentative, despite the fact that they really needed some new ones. Could I give up their old ones and put on some new ones?

Then it occurred to me that it was all about perspective. These new collars could be even more special and have more meaning than the ones Daisy and Jasper were wearing now – if I chose to look at them with a new perspective.

These collars were coming from someone I respect a great deal. Someone who is smart, kind, humorous, and generous to a fault. Don’t believe me? Just check out what she did for Edie Jarolim and her dog, Frankie,. Or, the new collars she sent to our fellow blogger and friends in Denmark, Leo, Kenzo and Viva, to recognize them for their work in fighting Breed Specific Legislation (BSL). (Did you know Denmark bans and kills up to 13 dog breeds right now?)

That’s why I was so excited when Karen’s gift arrived. These collars will be a fresh start, but they also come with memories already attached to them, because they are a gift from a friend. These are the new ones that I will attach my memories to, the ones that I will look on with not only memories of my dogs, but memories of the person who gave them. What could be more special than that?

Now, I just have to look at her site for new dog leashes to match! I’m off to Doggie Stylish to see what I can find!

Before I go, here are Daisy and Jasper in their new collars!

Daisy in her new collar

Jasper in his new collar

My New Favorite Cat Litter

January 13, 2011 8 comments

fpbag If you own a cat then you know how many different types of litter there are out there. A lot!

It can be especially overwhelming for a new cat owner. Which one is the best? Which one will cover up the odor? Which one will my cats like best?

When I first got my two cats, Nick and Sebastian, I had no idea what kind of litter to get them. I started out with the old paper pellets cat litter, but quickly realized that it did nothing for odor control, and with Sebastian being a cat who did not cover up his poo, it became increasingly important for me to find a litter that could manage the smell. I decided to switch to clumping or scoopable cat litter to see if it would work. It did.

Fresh Step, Tidy Cat, Arm and Hammer, Scoop Away – you name it and I’ve pretty much tried every scoopable cat litter out there. Not bad. Each was easy to scoop, had a pleasant smell, and my cats liked it. Good enough for me!

But, wait. What about that nasty dust cloud that arose every time I changed my cat’s litter box? Or, the mini-dust cloud that erupted from the box whenever I scooped the litter? I always felt like I was breathing in kitty litter dust. Ack! And, my cat was always getting pieces of it stuck between his toes. Gross! It drove me nuts. But hey, this was the best litter out there right? Wrong! Did you know that all “clay and clumping clay cat litters are made from bentonite clay, a non-biodegradable substance” that requires strip mining in order to acquire it? Or, that the dust that comes from clumping or clay cat litters is silica and that “silica is listed as a carcinogen”? Egads! I’ve been breathing that dust in for years! My cat has been licking his paws with that dust on it for years!

Lucky for me, I am a pet sitter, so I have the good fortune of being exposed to all kinds of pet products, including cat litter, and seeing which ones my clients like best. Most of my clients were also using the scoopable cat litter, but I did have one client who tried out the Swheat Natural Cat Litter (because of it was more natural and didn’t contain a lot of chemicals), however it did nothing for odor control. Phew!

Then, I acquired a new client with two adorable and fun kitties (Nikko and Nigel). She was using a totally different cat litter. It was one I had seen on store shelves before, but had never tried. Hmmm… Could this be the cat litter of all cat litters? As it turns out… Yes!

It’s called Feline Pine and it is now my favorite cat litter of all time! Why? Well, because Feline Pine smells like, you guessed it, pine! There is no odor emanating from my cat’s litter box anymore. Feline Pine® is also “100% natural” and made from “biodegradable pine that has been heated and pressurized to remove any harmful wood oils.” It comes in the form of pellets and has a lovely piney smell which successfully covers up both urine and poop smells (No kidding!). What I love is that I only have to scoop out the poop. The pellets break down into sawdust when a cat urinates on them, but it doesn’t smell like cat urine. I simply shake the box so the pellets move to the top and replace the litter when there is more sawdust than pellets. Simple. Easy. Clean. Safe. No smell (except for pine, of course). Feline Pine even sells a special cat scoop that allows the pellets to fall through but catches the poo, but I have been able to use a regular scoop with no problem.

Not only do I like Feline Pine for the health aspect and great pine smell, but Nick loves it as well. He took to it immediately. I never even had to transition him to it gradually (although I was prepared to do so if needed).

But even better is this… there is no more dust cloud, and my cat no longer comes to bed with cat litter stuck between his toes. I like that!

If you’re looking for a better cat litter I really suggest you give it a try. I am totally sold on this litter.

And, if you have one you really like, please share! I always love learning what others have tried.

(FTC Disclosure – I buy Feline Pine and pay for it myself. Feline Pine has never contacted me or asked me to try it’s product. I simply like it and wanted to share my discovery with others.)

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