Just got back from the feed store, and the feed store guy was shaking his head. Apparently a lady pulled up and bought several bags of the cheapest poultry feed they had. The guy asked how many chickens she had, and she said none, she was using it for cat litter. Her rationale was, it's biodegradable, can be composted, same texture so the cats don't mind. But darn, even before I had the automated litter robot boxes, when I was buying about 35 lbs. of litter/week for four cats, a big bag of litter cost $6 and a similar-size bag of cheapo chicken feed cost $11. Since then, prices for feed have gone through the roof, and while a big bag of compostable pine kitty litter is still about $6 or $7, feed is up to $15/50#. The only way I can figure it'd be worth it is if your only option for cat litter is that spendy World's Best stuff. Which we use, but even then, one bag lasts a really long time, much longer I think than damp chicken feed ever would. Have any of you guys ever heard of this? Using chicken feed as cat litter? If you were putting it on a compost heap, wouldn't it turn into a giant stinky mess pretty quickly? Or would you get giant flocks of wild birds all messing in it?