Rated 5 out of 5 by Mama26kids definitely the cats choice in my multi cat home
I have bunches of cats, and one who hates all litter, so I've been on a quest trying every litter out there. My other cats will go in anything, but my one little kitty says NO! I put the Dr. Elsey's in one box and the other litter (Blue walnut litter) in the other box. All cats including the little litter hater went in the Dr. E. litter. So much that I was having to empty the one box over and over and no one was using the walnut litter. As a purchaser and cleaner and tosser of litter I like the walnut better, it's lighter, no earth wrecking clays, and its light...meaning you get more for the same price...and it lasts longer. But I might start getting this as a second box litter since it seems my litter hater uses it to at least pee in. So far she will NOT poo in litter, only on the floor next to the litter or if we're super lucky she goes under the guest bed. =/ Seems like regular clay litter in look and feel, but my cats sure see a difference because they really hated most clay litters. Makes rock hard clumps and is easier to clean somehow than other clay litters. Low dust, but doesn't cover odors at all, even when it's covered.
December 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by transfatfree This stuff really works!
I recently adopted a cat who was severely abused and abandoned by his original owner for not using the litter box. I tried several methods found online to fix it with little success (pheromone diffusers and deterrent spray had little to no effect).
I used a 50/50 blend of "Cat Attract" and "Touch of Outdoors" and also added a bit of "Precious Cat Ultra Litter Attractant" and within a week, my little guy was no longer having accidents. Also, the booklet that comes with it had some great tips!
I highly recommend Dr. Elsey's products to anyone whose cat is struggling with litter box issues!
January 12, 2017
Rated 2 out of 5 by rnfeline This product turned to clay very quickly, though I scooped every day.
I was told by an acquaintance that this litter was exceptional, but I did not find it so. I scooped every day, but the clumps still turned to clay. I was not impressed enough to order it again.
January 18, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jean Good product
My cats like this litter. It has good odor control, too.
January 12, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by AmandaRose Excellent Product
I'm very picky about what litter my cats get.
I wanted cat litter free from harmful silica dust (Like Tidy Cats), food (Such as corn) for insects (Like World's Best Cat Litter), pine ingredients (Like Simply Pine), or strong unnatural perfume scents (Like many litter products). I also wanted a clumping cat litter since I scoop my cat's litter boxes daily and didn't want to be wasteful by throwing all the litter out daily.
This natural litter has been perfect. Meets all my standards and my cats have no issues with it.
It's a little dusty when you first pour it out but that's to be expected with a clay product.
December 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by 7catlady Great Cat litter!
I have 10 cats ranging in ages from 4 months to 15 years old and all of them like this litter. No more spraying or pooping outside of boxes. Works wonders!
January 6, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by Miranda21 Works for my spoiled, awesome cats
I have been testing several cat litters lately and I like Dr. Elsey's Touch of Outdoors because it give the cats a sense of a natural surrounding. They are all indoor cats and to get to bring a little of the outside in for them is a treat, they seem to appreciate it. I have one cat box with this litter alone and one I mix with another litter, works very well. If you have one cat or several it's worth a try, beats plain old clay litter in my opinion.
December 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by CatMommy Dust free, no perfume, some tracking & sticking
This litter is the lowest dust litter I've found which is best for my cat who has asthma. It's natural with no perfume so no allergies for her or me. It does stick to the litter box at times since she pees large amounts from her steroids medication. So I have to scrape the box sometimes which is difficult with my arthritis. If I keep it deeper it sticks less but she throws it over the side. With her arthritis I can't have a higher litter box but that may solve the problem for others.
The litter gets stuck in her paws and tracks quite a bit and sometimes I have to help her clean her paws. It gets on my bed if she goes straight to bed after the litter box so I have to use a fuzzy brush, wash bedding often and vacuum often. I prefer the scent free large sized crystal litter (Dr Elsey Long haired cat size) for no tracking but the dust is too much for my cat's health. For the lack of dust alone I continue to use this litter as the safest for my cat.
June 19, 2016