Fresh Step Scented Clay Cat Litter



Fresh Step?? litter directions for use: 1. Fill your clean litter box with 2-3 inches of Fresh Step?? litter. Additional Fresh Step?? litter is recommended if the litter box is used by more than one cat. 2. Empty the entire litter box as needed, usually about once a week. Dispose in trash. Remove solid waste between complete litter box changes. 3. Sprinkling additional Fresh Step?? litter in the litter box each time you remove solid waste will help keep the litter box fresh. Dispose of solid waste and used litter in the trash. Do not flush down the toilet or drain.



New! Improved odor-control technology! Fresh Step, other clay litter. 7 lb. = 10 lb. As many uses as 10 lb. of other clay litters. Fresh Step??. Clay cat litter. Scented. Carbon keeps litter fresh longer. 7 lb.

Other Description

Fresh Step?? clay cat litter contains advanced odor-control technology that works with carbon to eliminate odors from both urine and feces. Neutralizes odors from urine and feces. Inhibits bacterial odors. Eliminates odors 24/7. Rewards Paw Points?? 20. Collect points. Earn rewards. The Paw Points?? rewards program is our way of thanking you for your loyalty. With every participating Fresh Step?? litter purchase you make, you can earn points that are redeemable for fun gifts for you and your cat, valuable coupons and more! Join Paw Points?? online at! It's easy to collect & redeem Paw Points??. Visit for all program details and reward descriptions. 1. Collect Paw Points?? from side panel of carton. 2. Register online at and deposit Paw Points?? into your account. 3. Redeem Paw Points?? for a variety of purrfect rewards for you and your cat! Questions or comments? Please visit our website at or call 1-800-325-9259. Paw Points and Fresh Step are registered trademarks of the Clorox Pet Products Company. ??2011.


Toxoplasmosis warning:
We would like to remind our customers, especially pregnant women and immunosuppressed persons, that cat feces can sometimes transmit a disease called toxoplasmosis. Therefore, always remember to wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. For further information, consult your doctor. Unused cat litter poses no toxoplasmosis threat.