Make the switch and try Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter for free*
Did you know that the average cat uses 200kg/400lbs of litter a year? And many common litters such as clay and crystal are mined from the earth, destroying natural habitats and end up in landfill!
Wee Kitty is challenging cat parents to reduce their pawprint by making the switch to Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter for FREE.
Our mission is to enable cat parents to reduce their environmental impact and switch their litter for good. Together, let’s make the switch and #cancelclaylitter #cancelcrystallitter forever!
How Do I Make The Switch?
Simply fill out the form below to join the challenge and we’ll send you a free 2kg/4lbs bag of Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter.
As part of the challenge, you will need to try Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter for a month, participate in feedback and share photos of your experience on social media.
Terms & Conditions
By entering the Wee Kitty Reduce Your Pawprint Challenge, the entrant consents to these terms and conditions.
Registration is open from October 10th and closes midnight November 16th 2020 or when 200 registrations have been received. Open to residents of Australia, United States and Canada over the age of 18 years only. You must own a cat and currently use clay, crystal or wood litter. Only one registration per household allowed.
To be eligible to win a year’s supply of Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter, you must participate in surveys and share photos of your experience with us and on social media (your account needs to be public in order for it to be eligible).
One participant in Australia and one participant in United States and Canada will win a year’s supply of Wee Kitty Eco-Plant Clumping Litter which is: x 6 bags of 9kgs OR x 13 bags of 4kg OR x 26 bags or 2kg . a) The Prize Winner may be given their prize in any of the forementioned variants as determined by Rufus & Coco’s stock availability at time of competition close. b) The prize will be shipped within five business days of the winner confirming their physical address for shipping.
The Rufus & Coco judging panel will determine the winner based on the creativity of their content. Chance plays no part in determining the prize winner. The winner will be selected at 10am on December 15th 2020.
The participant warrants that they are the creator of the content and consents to their content being published and used by Rufus & Coco and any subsidiaries for marketing and promotional purposes, including against their social media handle or first name only. No surnames will be disclosed unless it is part of the social media handle.
Rufus & Coco may, at its absolute discretion, decline to award a prize, including where the judges determine that the entry is not of publication standard. The prize winner will be announced via social media and contacted via the email address they have provided, within three business days of the Competition closing.
By providing your email address, you are signing up to Rufus & Coco’s community and consenting to receive marketing communications. You can opt-out at any time.
Entries to win a year's supply of litter are closed. But you're still able to join the challenge and get your FREE sample of Wee Kitty Eco Plant Clumping Litter. Simply fill up the form, and we'll post your sample. Please note that during the holiday season, there may be some delays.
The Litter That Doesn't Litter!
Here's six reasons why Wee Kitty® will be the best kitty litter you've ever used.
Fast, firm clumping action so you only dispose of soiled litter, not the whole tray.
Pellets absorb up to 4 times their weight in liquid, so you use less litter - saving money & effort!
Vegan & Biodegradable
Made from sustainable and naturally absorbent fibres.
Proven Odour Control
Removes all odour within 5 minutes.
Flushable & Septic Safe*
Proven safe to flush in small quantities.
Soft on delicate paws and low tracking.
“When Lumos & Noxie joined our family, we immediately reached for the cheapest crystal litter from our grocery store. I thought “cheap and convenient”.
What I didn’t realise was while it was “cheap” we were going through ridiculous amounts of it! It was not lasting long at all and it was so harmful to the environment too.”