World's Best Cat Litter 7 lbs
Our cats like its features
This product clumps nicely, is economical, and has no door
May 16, 2013
I've been using this litter for at least a month, and I'm very happy with it. I clean the cat box 1-2 times a day, and the only time I ever really smell anything is right after she poops. As long as she takes the time to cover it up, the smell is gone within 5 minutes. You do have to be careful when cleaning the pee as the clumps do tend to fall apart if you sift the litter too violently. I never find this tracked outside of the small bathroom the box is in (though I do use a mat around th box). I used 1 bag over a month ago, and haven't needed to change the litter since. I've only needed to add litter once. It is seriously lasting forever. I put a little bit of regular baking soda in there, and I suspect I will be able to continue to use the same litter for another 2-3 weeks with no issues. I don't notice any dust, and the litter itself has a nice, earthy, natural smell to it instead of the overpowering, nasty artificial smell regular cat litters have. This litter is well worth the price.
May 4, 2013
GOODBYE BREATHING PROBLEMS!
Clay-based clumping litters contain sodium bentonite. Those we tried all caused breathing problems for both my cat and me. Those problems ceased when I switched to this natural corn-based litter that doesn't have that ingredient. I use an open litter pan...an inexpensive plastic concrete mixing pan costing around $5.00 from a home improvement store. I keep an extra one handy. First, I very lightly dust the pan with generic brand baking soda. Then I put in only about an inch of litter into the pan. My cat basically scratches to the bottom of the pan and "goes" right onto the bare pan, then covers it up. The litter clumps onto the waste. After it dries for an hour or two, I scoop off what comes off easily. Then, every couple of days, I transfer the loose litter into the waiting, clean, baking soda coated, reserve pan, wash out the first soiled pan with disinfecting cleanser, set it aside to dry, and we're ready to start again. Simple, easy, very little odor, and inexpensive because I use so little litter and what I do use stays pretty clean. I think this litter is great and I would recommend it to anyone who is diligent about cleaning the litter box and wants the healthiest environment for their cat. It isn't particularly dusty and doesn't track much. What does track doesn't grind into the hardwood floors like clay does either. The only trick is that the clumps are not hard like the rocks that form in clay litter, so when I scoop I use sort of a rocking action with the scooper to sift the litter instead of a shaking action to avoid breaking up the clumps. I highly recommend this product.
March 22, 2013
We love it
Cat likes it and we like it too. No dust,no smell, no mess....GREAT!!!
March 8, 2013