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Regardless of what claims may be made by manufacturers of products that supposedly reduce this issue,
these products are generally a waste of money since they are not effective.
Coprophagy (eating feces) is more of a behavioral issue -- meaning that you need to find a way to prevent Sawyer from having access to the litter box.
This may mean placing the litter box in a bathtub, or in a location that only the cats can get to.
Restricting Sawyer's access to the litter box is the only reliable method for reducing or preventing coprophagy.