Home » Cat Litter » World’s Best Cat Litter Clumping Formula, 14-Pound Bag
admin Array
Array
World’s Best Cat Litter Clumping Formula, 14-Pound Bag

World’s Best Cat Litter Clumping Formula, 14-Pound Bag


Array
Array
* , !
0,00 ( 0,00% )

" World’s Best Cat Litter Clumping Formula, 14-Pound Bag "

What customers say about World’s Best Cat Litter Clumping Formula, 14-Pound Bag?

  1. 101 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I suggest you give it a try despite the mixed reviews., July 19, 2013
    By 
    Anna

    I bought this litter in a pet shop, before my rescued kitty was brought home by the agency, and before I read all the mixed reviews. When I came home and read the reviews (plus one of my friends told me her cat hates it) – I panicked and ordered Cat Attract litter. Well, turns out my new cat would use any litter I put in her box (what a sweetie). However, I like World’s Best Cat Litter much better than Cat Attract:

    1) It clumps better than Cat Attract

    2) It doesn’t stick to the bottom of the box (oh how Cat Attract drove me nuts with sticking to the litter box, scooper, everything)

    3) It doesn’t stick to my kitty’s paws and doesn’t get all over the house.

    4) It is flushable.

    5) IT IS FLUSHABLE! It is that awesome. Litter box is in the bathroom, all I do is scoop and flush, scoop and flush. How amazing is that!

    6) It has a nice yellow color and natural smell of corn. I didn’t notice any “vomit” smell after the kitty uses it.

    With all that being said, I know for a fact some cats don’t like it. But I definitely recommend you give it try because if it does work for you and your kitty – you will be very happy.

    0

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. 47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    excellent litter, January 13, 2008
    By 
    Emily B. (Connecticut, USA) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    I’ve been using this litter for 4 years now and it’s been great. I used Arm & Hammer clumping clay litter for 7 years before that and it worked fine, but I became concerned at the way my fastidious cat cleaned herself after using the litter pan–was she ingesting all those little bits of clay that got stuck in between her paws? And what happens to the wet clay bits when they go down her throat? So I looked for something safer for her health.

    I tried several other types of litter, including pine litter and silica. My cat did not like those litters, which she expressed by leaving her poop outside the litter pan. Then I tried the Word’s Best litter, which was a hit. I’m much less worried about the way she grooms corn bits from her paws, since they’re edible.

    In general, the pros are:

    –edible corn is safer for my cat than chemical-laden clay
    –lighter and softer than clumping clay litter
    –clumps well (though you need to wait 5-10 minutes for wet waste to clump before scooping it)
    –flushable (which helps a lot with odor control of the brown stuff)

    and the drawbacks are:

    –true, odor control is not as good as with the heavily chemical-laden clay litter. Feeding your cat a good quality food and cleaning the litter pan frequently helps, but I’d rather deal with a few minutes of unpleasant odor than have my cat ingest bits of clay.
    –tracking. I have a rug outside the bathroom that collects a lot of the corn bits, but my cat still tracks corn dust to other parts of the house. This is actually easier to clean up than bits of clay, so I don’t mind. I also think it’s cute, since I can see where my cat has been sitting when I’m away from home. The dust level seems to be about the same as with clumping clay litter, so it shouldn’t make a difference in how much dust my cat and I breathe in.

    This 7-pound bag really does last a month (though if you’re changing litters, you need to allow for the base amount required anytime you change litters). It’s lighter than clumping clay litter so it’s not fair to compare cost by pound–you need to look at how long the litter lasts. I buy fewer bags of this litter per year, so it’s really not more expensive than clay litters over the long run.

    In the end, of course, which litter you use will depend on your cat. When I once bought a bag of non-clumping litter by mistake, my cat sat in the litter pan and studiously threw it out of the pan. She also complained when I once ran low on litter and bought the litter available at the nearest drugstore. I don’t know if this litter is the “world’s best”, but I can offer the endorsement of my finicky cat.

    I’m starting to get tired of my current supplier’s 3-5 business-day wait before they even ship out the order, so I’m pleased to see that Amazon is offering this directly. Even with shipping costs included, I’ll be glad to order it from here.

    (That’s a really old picture, though–the current bag is yellow and blue.)

    0

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  3. 144 of 162 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome but Stanky. Found a recipe that works, August 18, 2013
    By 

    I love this stuff. I love that it’s not clay. I love that it biodegrades, but I can’t stand the smell of cat urine or cat poo, and this stuff does not hide it.

    But I found something that works. After using a clay based product like Precious Cat which did much better with hiding the stanky-stank, I had to buy some World’s Best and mixed the two. This proved to be actually a really good mix. I got the clumping power and mileage out of World’s Best, but I got the scent power of Precious Cat. To top it off, World’s Best released an add-on Pine based product to help the faults in the basic cat litter.

    My cat’s litter box now contains this strata:

    Bottom: World Best Cat Litter fancy add-on pine based litter product.
    Middle: Litter Purrfect (highly recommended clay based stuff available at Costco). A light lemongrass scent
    Top: World’s Best Cat litter.

    I get a fraction of the mess with clay based litter, the clumping power and duration of World’s Best, and the scent power of the pine stuff and clay stuff.

    I am the kitty litter alchemist. While I realize this post sounds absolutely ridiculous, I live in a small room with my litter box in my closet, and not smelling Bea’s mess when I’m trying to go to sleep is highly important to me. This combination works, and I am really happy with it. If you’re having trouble with World’s Best because of stink, try adding in a good quality clay based product in the mix. I have a feeling you’ll like it.

    0

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

Random Product

Cat Spraying No More!


Cat Spraying No More