Cat litter comes in several varieties with the most common fitting under three categories: Wood-based (pine, pulp, or paper); Grain-based (wheat, corn, or alfalfa); or the clay and silica versions. Picking kitty's type can rely on her preferences (and stink battles) but also eco-tastic thoughts, too.
If you're also concerned with reducing a pet's carbon paw print, then this new litter is here to help! The Kitty's Crumble is made out of coconut husks which requires no fertilizer or harvesting to create as they easily grow, then naturally fall to the ground. Also called coir, the material retains physical characteristics similar to peat moss that allows it to retain both moisture and odor. The texture doesn't look that different than some other litters I've spotted but see it close up for yourself and read more.