I'm not an expert, but I have been told that no litter is truly flushable regardless of their claims. Any of them can build up in your plumbing and cause problems over time (I was told this by a plumber). Having said that, I used the corn-based flushable litter for about a 5-month period of time while I was training my cats to use the toilet and have had no related plumbing problems yet. But once the one cat was trained (the other one never got the hang of it) I stopped putting any litter down the toilet.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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I have flushed it and it seems ok. I use both the clumping and the pellet litter and sometimes I just remove a smelly pile and flush it. So far no problems doing that.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
Cape Canaveral, FL
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I don't know what the bag says (haven't read it), but it seems to be very flushable. I scoop directly into the toilet and about 30 seconds after sitting in water the clumps are completely dissolved into a fine texture - the same texture as unused litter. Water does not make the clumps hard and sticky like other brands I've tried.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Blue Cat Litter is flushable. I currently use Blue and I always flush it. No problems. I flush when it is not too full in the toilet.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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Blue Naturally Fresh Litter is flushable; however, use care when doing this. Check with your local waste management company to make sure cat waste is allowed. Do not flush too much at once. I have avoided flushing this litter because I live in an older apartment building and do not want to risk a problem. Once I get a house I will be checking into it more.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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I don't think it's a good idea. The trend today is not putting any kind of animal waste in your toilet. In fact, many litter companies have it printed on their bags. I have always flushed solid waste (for 20 years), but recently came across an article about an otter at the Monterey Aquarium who died from toxoplasmosis. I don't know that there is any connection, but I now scoop into a plastic bag and discard in the trash. The litter is completely biodegradable, and if the cats weren't using a litter pan, they would be depositing the same thing on the ground.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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I would recommend not flushing any cat litter at all, even if it is natural. You especially don't want to flush it if you have a septic tank.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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Yes. Naturally fresh is flushable, it does state so on the packaging.It is made out of walnut shells.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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