We’ve teamed up with TV’s Dr. Scott Miller from This Morning and Vet on the Hill to help spread our sustainability message far and wide.

Sustainability was the reason we started Natusan, it's what makes us tick, what keeps us up at night, and what makes us get up in the morning.

We love what we do.

Together, with our partners and customers, we are consistently reducing the amount of cat litter being sent to landfill, recycling by-products into natural, healthy, repurposed alternatives to a problem that affects us all, and in turn transforming this into fertiliser to begin the journey all over again. 

We work tirelessly to ensure our circular economy keeps turning.





As an animal lover and proud parent to two gorgeous cats, Ricketts and Luna, Dr. Scott is the purr-fect ambassador for our 100% natural cat litter.


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Born in Brisbane, Australia, Scott graduated from the University of Queensland Veterinary School in 1997.

After a year at the RSPCA clinic in Sydney (the largest animal hospital in Australia at the time), home of the TV series Animal Hospital, Dr. Scott came to the UK, where he settled in East London running an animal practice.



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Alongside regular appearances on BBC Breakfast News, The Paul O’Grady Show, GMTV, Blue Peter, CBBC, hosting Extinct for Meridian and even becoming the vet for the first Big Brother series, Scott has appeared as an expert vet on BBC’s Crufts, Pet Nation and This Morning.

Scott’s is currently the owner and principal veterinarian at two veterinary practices in SW London, located in Richmond and St. Margarets.



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Follow Dr. Scott on Instagram here. 

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04/09/2020 by NatuTeam

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