|Price Per Unit|
|Litter Feature||Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust Free||Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust Free||Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented||Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, Dust Free||Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Unscented|
We've been using this cat littler for half an year. Each 38lb box last for around two months. It really controls the smell very well. We have a Rag doll cat. You get what I mean if you have one as well. This litter also has a true low dust formula comparing to other brands. The cons is it is a bit of soft clumps. When the cat digs a deep hole, resulting in a thin layers of sand at the bottom, and do his business, those clumps are weak and can break by the time you scoop them. If the cat repeatedly pees on the same spot, those clumps can be weaken too. Nonetheless, it is still easy scoop. We can live with it. Overall, we like it due to its low dust, smell control, and ok clumping features.
I have been using this litter for a long time. I switched to it from a different brand several years ago because it was dust free and the litter I was using then wasn't. My last 2 auto deliveries have litter that has a lot of dust in it. These boxes are definitely NOT 99.9% dust free. The dust is bad enough that it again bothers me when I scoop it like the old litter did. I can only imagine how it is for my cats. This morning the sun shining in the window showed exactly how much was coming off it when I was scooping. I'm not happy at all. I now have several boxes that arrived a week ago that are virtually unusable to me. Guess I'm back to trying to find a dustless litter once again. If Arm and Hammer can't provide what they advertise, then they need to be honest and take the claim off the box so we know the truth. If the dust from litter bothers you, you may want to wait until they get this straightened out before you buy any more. Chewy, as always, has been great. This is a problem with the manufacturer and not Chewy.
I've used this litter for awhile. I think it performs adequately but.....Lately I never know what to expect. The color, consistency, and scent is not dependable. That doesn't work for my cats ! I have one who somebody declawed (before I got her) and she is fussy about her litter. If she doesn't like it she stops using the litter box. She liked this particular brand and type which is why I buy it. But when they keep changing their formula it defeats the purpose. I've opened 2 of the most recent purchase of 6 boxes and this time it has big chunks of white stuff in it. It is also more coarse than usual. Its so frustrating!
I have used Slide for several years. I have multiple cats in my home and I appreciate how I don't have to empty the boxes more than twice a year. The soiled litter simply doesn't stick to the sides. Even if it seems to when it's wet, it will dry and fall off the sides. I tried the much more expensive Pretty Litter but came back to Slide. Pretty Litter does indeed track--and the dustiness of it makes cleanup more involved. Also, you do really have to toss the litter about every 3 three weeks and start all over again. It loses it's absorbency and starts to smell. Since I'm removing urine and feces clumps daily, I never have an issue with smell or absorbency. Stick with Slide.
First of all, thank you Chewy for the well packaged products - your extra cardboard inserts work great!! But the real shocker (ergo my WOW title) was that Arm and Hammer has really stepped up the way you open the box of litter now!! You now have the option to open the top almost completely so you can SCOOP up clean litter from the box and don't have to try to pour it from the 38 pound box!! So you now have the option to pour or scoop, greatly appreciated and back saving, too! PURRFECTION!!
I have three cats and I'm telling you, the slide works great for not sticking to the box. I love Clump and Seal because it does just that without issue, clumps and seals for easy removal. 99% dust free . . . absolutely. I was given two different litters from my neighbor who just put her cat down. The one litter was the one that changes color to detect issues with urine, and I noticed the kitty box was smellier. The other was a brand name with blue specs and my gosh, horrible. Even though the box says dust free I about chocked when it was poured into the box. I've written the company asking them to explain the continual cloud of dust as I poured, when their box said 99% dust free. To appease my mom I bought a less expensive (cheap) brand and was so sorry I did. The laundry room smelled like poop. And no, it wasn't even close to clumping and it definitely did stick to the plastic kitty box. So there you have it. Opinions on products are subjective, but there was mine.
I used this for years and my cat sitter even asked me the brand because she liked it so much herself (as much as a cat sitter can like scooping a litter box). Similar to other recent reviews, the last 2 boxes I've opened are somehow so much dustier. It gets in my throat when I pour/scoop and the cat sneezes a lot more as well. Back to the drawing board...
I h ve haD AS MNY AS 9 CATS A ONE TIME FOR 6 YEARS, I Lo ve arm and hammer. MY cats have never liked scented litter. NOw I am on the count down of my life so I only hve 1 cat. OUt of allgthe litters uased with her Slide is the best and she is a very picky cat. and I am even more picky, so we both go with A & H Slide.we are set on this, i clean her litter pox everfy day and it is so asy to clean and keep odor free
There's no litter that checks all boxes, but this one checks the most for us. I'll admit that the clumping isn't as great as it used to be, but the most important factors for us are 1) doesn't stick like concrete to the pan 2) I find it to be 100% dust free 3) contains the smell. There is tracking with this litter as the texture is sand like. I use multiple rugs to trap it for this reason. But I've never found a littler that doesn't track at all. If dust free is at the top of your list, look no further. Three of our 5 are susceptible to dust allergies...sneezing & runny eyes. Every time I try a so called "99% dust free" litter of another brand, I am reminded why I come back to this. It's not worth the respiratory distress to try any other brand. If these things are high on your list of importance, I recommend this litter.
There are three things I look for in kitty litter; smell control, clumping ability and how much it sticks to the cats paws. Arm and Hammer does an excellent job with smell control and clumping ability. The litter sticks a little to the paws but much less than any other litter I have tried. I am pleased with it thus far.