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Yesterday's News® Recycled Paper Litter

Veterinarians rank Yesterday's News #1 among eco-friendly cat liters. The 99.9% dust-free, gentle paper pellets are easy on paws, and are 3x more absorbent than clay by volume.

Our Story

Our Story Yesterday's News® brand cat litter was introduced in 1987 to provide cat owners with a litter alternative. Since then, it has become Veterinarians' #1 choice among eco-friendly cat litters. Made from recycled materials, Yesterday's News takes items that have the potential to end up in the waste stream and turns them into cat litter that is good for your cat, good for the home and good for the environment.

Benefits
  • Veterinarian recommended
  • Designed for low-tracking with no small particles
  • Creates a virtually dust-free environment
  • Absorbs 3x the moisture by volume than traditional clay-based litter, which may reduce the total amount of litter an average cat requires on an annual basis and extend the life of one bag of product
  • Contains no harmful chemicals making it a safe, non-toxic product that won't harm cats if they happen to ingest the product.
Why Paper Litter?

A significant portion of the content of our paper cat litter comes from post-consumer waste derived from newspapers. When newspapers aren't recycled, they are either dumped into landfills or incinerated. We encourage everyone to recycle their discarded newspapers, and buy products from companies that use recycled materials.

Concerned about the inks? Don't be. Today, most publishers print using harmless organic inks and/or soy-based inks. The process used to make Yesterday's News neutralizes these inks so there will be no residue left on your cat's paws or fur.

HEALTHY FOR YOUR CAT

Gentle paper pellets are easy on paws. Contains no harmful chemicals making it a safe, non-toxic product.

HEALTHY FOR YOUR HOME

3X more absorbent than clay by volume with low tracking and effective odor control. 99.7% dust-free for a virtually dust-free environment.

HEALTHY FOR OUR WORLD

Made with recycled paper to decrease landfill waste.