Tidy’s eco-friendly litter is made with recycled paper to reduce landfill waste. This means Yesterday’s News clumping litter is easy on the environment and also easy on your cat’s paws. Ready to go green?
Yesterday's News® brand cat litter was introduced in 1987 to provide cat owners with a litter alternative. What makes Yesterday’s News so, well, mews-worthy?
Made with recycled paper, Yesterday's News takes items that have the potential to end up in the waste stream and turn them into cat litter. In short: It’s eco-friendly litter that’s good for your cat, good for the home and good for the environment.
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.
Gentle paper pellets are easy on paws. Contains no harmful chemicals making it a safe, non-toxic product.
3X more absorbent than clay by volume with low tracking and effective odor control. 99.9% dust-free for a virtually dust-free environment.
Made with recycled paper to decrease landfill waste.