Is CatSpot flushable?

Can I flush CatSpot cat litter?

CatSpot litter is flushable*. There are no harmful clumping agents or clay in our litter that would build up or clog plumbing. However, CatSpot only recommends flushing the solid waste and not the bulk waste of which the urine has been absorbed by the coconut.

Are all cat litters flushable?

Not all types of cat litters are flushable. Flushing non-flushable litter like clay-based and clumping litters can result in serious damage to your plumbing system as it will expand as it absorbs moisture, clogging your home’s plumbing. CatSpot litter is a non-clumping litter, meaning that it is made from materials that absorb odors and urine, but will not clump or clog pipes.

How should I dispose of CatSpot litter?

CatSpot recommends flushing* the solid waste and not the bulk of the waste which the urine has been absorbed by the coconut. Disposal of the bulk waste can be done so by way of waste receptacle or composted. We strongly discourage throwing it in the trash, if at all possible! 

CatSpot litter can be composted?

Yes. CatSpot litter is completely biodegradable, and when composted, will not contribute to landfill build ups. It also doubles as a soil amendment and can be used in your flower bed, lawn or compost as it contains wonderful nutrients and naturally absorbs water. After up to 15 days of use, simply empty the litter box using one of the recommendations above as long as it is in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.

Is it septic system safe?

Disposal of the bulk waste of CatSpot Litter through septic tank systems has not been evaluated.








*Disposing of cat solids should be done in accordance with your local and state laws and regulations. CatSpot can only provide you with the options that can be used with CatSpot Litter. The State of California discourages residents from flushing cat feces in toilets or disposing of it in drains.