Yesterday's News

Why Paper Cat 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.


Cat Paw Print 

Healthy for your Cat

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

Yesterday's News® paper cat litter is recommended by U.S. Veterinarians. Yesterday’s News can be used as a highly effective post-surgical litter. And because it contains no harmful chemicals, you can feel good using a safe, non-toxic product that won't harm your cat.

  • Decreased chance of surgical site contamination as it contains no clay or fine particles that could slow the healing process
  • Non-abrasive pellets for superior cat acceptance
  • Creates a virtually dust-free environment enabling cats and their families to breathe easier
  • Contains no harmful chemicals making it a safe, non-toxic product that won't harm cats if they happen to ingest the product
  • Safe for Kittens 

 

A Home 

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.

Yesterday's News® is a remarkably safe and hygienic cat litter. Designed to keep your home clean and its inhabitants healthy, this recycled paper cat litter yields the benefits of traditional litter with minimal tracking. Why not do some good in your home by using Yesterday's News today?

  • 3X more absorbent than clay by volume with low tracking and effective odor control
  • 99.7% dust-free for a virtually dust-free environment, enabling the whole family, including the cat, to breathe easier
  • Contains no harmful chemicals making it a safe, non-toxic product that won't harm cats if they happen to ingest the product

 

The World 

Healthy for our World

Made with recycled paper to decrease landfill waste.

Yesterday's News® makes perfect sense for those who are environmentally conscious. A significant portion of the content of Yesterday’s News paper cat litter comes from post-consumer waste derived from newspapers. When newspapers aren't recycled, they are either dumped into landfills or incinerated, and that's not healthy for the planet. We encourage everyone to recycle their discarded newspapers and to support companies that use recycled materials by buying their products.

Yesterday's News is made from many of the items you recycle – including newspapers, magazines and phone directories. But the good news doesn't stop there.

From partnering with suppliers who share our commitment to using the earth's resources responsibly to engaging local community organizations to collect old phone books for use in our paper cat litter, Yesterday's News® is always looking for ways to make a more positive impact on our world.

 

Did you know Purina® Yesterday's News® cat litter is recommended by U.S. Veterinarians?

Made with recycled paper, U.S. Veterinarians rank Yesterday’s News #1 among eco-friendly cat litters. It’s also their #1 recommended cat litter following surgery thanks to 99.7% dust-free, gentle paper pellets that are easy on sensitive paws. Yesterday’s News paper cat litter is also a healthy choice for your home, since it’s 3X more absorbent than clay by volume.

 

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