Yesterday's News® Clumping Unscented Cat Litter



  • Quick dry clumping helps lock away odours and provide easy cleaning
  • Highly absorbant
  • 99.9% dust-free
  • Made with recycled paper
  • Veterinarian recommended Gentle on sensitive paws

Available Sizes

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    4.54 kg & 9.07 kg bag

Product Description

Have a positive impact on your cat's health and happiness while supporting the environment when you choose Purina Yesterday's News clumping paper cat litter. This low dust cat litter is made with recycled paper, a sustainable material that's also gentle on your cat's sensitive paws. Powerful odour control and excellent absorbency make this unscented clumping cat litter a smart choice for households with multiple cats. Natural guar gum provides outstanding clumping action for quick and easy scooping, and mineral oil helps minimize dust to enable a clean pour. We craft this multi-cat clumping paper cat litter in North America. Lightweight and easy to carry, 10 pounds of Yesterday's News unscented cat litter holds the same amount of litter by volume as 20 pounds of clay clumping litter. As an added benefit, our packaging is 100% recyclable.

Made With

Recycled paper, wood shavings, cardboard, guar gum and mineral oil.


  1. Pour to a depth of 3-4 inches. 
  2. Remove solids daily. 
  3. Add more litter to maintain a depth of 3-4 inches.  Each month, replace litter and clean the box with warm water and a mild detergent.

    Note: We want to remind those with suppressed immune systems and pregnant women that a parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis. Please wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. Encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box, or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains. Used litter is not recommended for garden use. Store in a dry place. Product is filled by weight; some settling may occur.

    Transitioning Your Cat 

    While some cats can switch from one litter type to another easily, your cat may require a transition. If so, you should follow this simple transition plan:

    • Week One: Mix 1/3 Yesterday’s News with 2/3 current litter
    • Week Two: Mix 1/2 Yesterday’s News with 1/2 current litter
    • Week Three: 100% Yesterday’s News