"My wild-born, adopted at one day old, 2 year old rat, Rattatoille can NOT have wood shavings, due to his respiratory problems. Rats should NEVER have pine, but aspen bedding is usually OK. Not so with"... (read full reviews)
"I got this when an employee at my local store recommended it. I tried to potty train my hamster with it. Yeah...didn't take. I love that it came with a sample for a dust bath. I cleaned it up from my"... (read full reviews)
"every time i clean out the cage when i use this i see clumps of dust on the sides of the cage and dust poofs into the air and gets on your hands and it makes me cough and sneeze"... (read full reviews)
"I was in search of the best odor controlling bedding for my 6 rats. I've tried the recycled newspapers, aspen, etc. and CareFresh Ultra beat them all. It's very absorbent keeping my fur-babies"... (read full reviews)
"my ferret allways had trouble witth using the litter box until i got this one i needed high front corners and this has both high front and back corners, its way bigger than the picture and barley fits"... (read full reviews)
"It's ok. They are a lot bigger than I measured them to be. I thought the cats would be able to keep the litter in the box with these. I was wrong. I don't think they like them since one cat likes to"... (read full reviews)
"Out of all the bedding that I've tried in my ferret cage, this has proven to be the best by far. I use it all along the bottom of their cage and it does great at controlling odors and soaking up any"... (read full reviews)
"I have a 5x2 c&c cage which I highly recommend. Although Fleece is ideal it requires allot of work. So instead I use Aspen Bedding. Its highly absorbent and last longer. I top it with paper bedding as"... (read full reviews)
"This nesting puff was not nearly as fluffy and light as other brands I've purchased in the past.
This is dense with little hard, compressed pieces mixed in. Does not pull apart easily.
Looks and feels"... (read full reviews)
"Critter Litter makes the most deplorable mess you could ever imagine. Where ferrets are concerned, anyway.
The litter breaks down into a clay-like substance which is *incredibly difficult* to clean"... (read full reviews)