Once your cat is used to wood pellets, change the litter once it’s about 40 percent sawdust; cats seem to prefer the pellets to sawdust.
My property is a little wild, and I've spent a few years leveling out some of the larger dips and holes. I do this by digging up the topsoil (one foot down), filling it some, then returning the topsoil. If I need to relocate a lot of soil, I'll use a pick and dig a small pit on the edge of the property (so I immediately have topsoil + sand to mix with clean compost. I can then take my time filling that pit, and eventually cap it with topsoil. Note that if you do this with wood/paper litter, the decomposition will eventually cause the topsoil to "sag" so you may want to balance the paper/wood with clay, or mound a hill of topsoil in anticipation of settling.
There are a lot of bloggers who demonstrate you CAN compost cat litter (wood and clay), growing even leafy ground crops like lettuce. But they have not tested their cats or their worked soil.
When Weruva decided to manufacture cat food, it was so we could create the highest standard possible for our three rescued kitties – Webster, Rudi, and Vanessa – the namesakes for the WeRuVa family of brands. Fueled by the same passion, we sought to create the best cat litter for our cats – Hinoki Wood (in the cypress family) and Green Tea based. To reduce shipping costs, the litter box chest cat furniture is delivered unassembled, with 16 screws and instructions. You'll need a screwdriver and, to tap the wooden screw covers in, a mallet or light weight hammer. It comes with two dividers, which you can re-position or remove any time you wish. Chest has been updated since the photos were taken; now the dividers are attached using metal brackets (included). This cat furniture is large enough to hold a litter pan (18 x 15) with space left over for storing kitty litter, or it holds a LitterMaid (except for the Mega Elite model).Cat furniture is a wood chest cat litter box cover, available in a choice of wood stain colors or paint. Gives kitties a tranquil, private area for the litter box and gives you a beautiful addition to any room. This chest also protects cat litter box from curious dogs and toddlers. (Or use this cat furniture instead as a place for kitty to dine without interference.) The natural absorbency of makes it a viable alternative to traditional cat box fillers. To produce "paper" litter, post-consumer is re-pulped, de-inked, and screened. During the re-pulping process, long fibers are processed back into paper, but short fibers are considered waste. The short fibers are de-watered, pelletized, dried, combined with an odor-control agent, and packaged as cat litter. Like those made from wood, paper litter is also lightweight, about 40% less than clay-based litters. This paper-based litter is also flushable in small quantities.