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Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Ultra Clumping Cat Litter is a unique formulation that combines the heavy non-tracking granules of Precious Cat Classic with a medium grain clay. The result is an excellent clumping litter that prevents moisture from reaching the bottom of the tray, while providing a clump that will not break down. Ultra is perfect for multi-cat families and those cat owners with sifting or mechanical litter boxes. Like Classic, it has superior odor control.

Key Benefits

  • 99.9% dust free, hypo-allergenic natural litter
  • Contains no plant proteins
  • Hard clumping, medium grain clay
  • Multi-cat formula, superior odor control
  • Ideal for sifting/mechanical litter boxes


Always wash your hands thoroughly after waste removal. A parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains.

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Some products are changing from bags to boxes. You may receive either packaging until the transition is complete, but rest assured that you are receiving the same great litter!

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  • Item Number
  • Weight
    40.0 pounds
  • Brand
    Precious Cat
  • Litter & Bedding Type
  • Litter Feature
    Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Unscented
  • Made in
    United States


  • Place about 3 inches of Precious Cat into a clean, dry litter box. This depth allows your cats to dig and cover their waste naturally.
  • Scoop out waste balls daily using a curved, slotted litter scoop. Throw away waste. DO NOT FLUSH!
  • Add Precious Cat as needed to maintain three inches in the box. Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling the litter box.

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Customer Reviews

Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Ultra Clumping Cat Litter is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 1475.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best so far.... I have searched and hunted and have tried so many different litters and I feel like this one, while not perfect, is what I will be sticking to. It is very low dust and manages odor pretty well. It clumps hard and has no perfumes. My cats are comfortable with it. I feel like in terms of price and quality, that this litter is probably the best. However, it could improve on packaging...I have kept an old tidy cats tub and empty the litter in there whenever I get a new bag. Also, sometimes it seems the product can be inconsistent. My last bag was almost the consistency of sand and didnt clump. I got a hold of Dr Elsey's corporate office and they are very friendly company and explained their issue that working with natural clay and other natural resources can yield inconsistent pulls. They happily gave me a coupon for another bag. So unless some other litter comes along and is a game changer, I feel like I have found the best litter on the market.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the same/inconsistant/very dusty I've been buying this stuff for 10 years I think, on and off. It really used to be finely sifted and only had coarse clay pieces and was very dust free. I remember talking to a man at the company and he told me they used the best grade clay and sifted it multiple times so that only the coarsest pieces were left. When they got the boxes was the first I noticed super dusty substance billowing out when I poured it. I found the large bags a bit better but then lately some of them have a totally different color, brownish. I poured some on top of what was already in the box and it was clearly different. It was also extremely dusty. I really don't want my FIV cat eating this stuff. I still put recommend because if you have a cat that doesn't want to use the litter tray they may use this. I just don't know how healthy it is though, for them or for us. I'm searching for an alternative but it's ridiculously hard to find safe cat litter. The pine ones aren't the same either.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love love love this litter I have five furry kids. They absolutely love this litter so much they actually lay in the boxes and roll in the litter. They only do this when the boxes are clean though! I have 5 very large boxes which hold 4 to 5 inches in depth of litter. If you were to walk in to my house you would not know that I have cats. It never smells. It clumps great. The deeper the litter the better. Cats in general like to dig deep so if you remember to always have at least a minimum of 4 inches of litter you will not have any problems. There is no dust ever. I buy the 40 lb bags and yes, they are heavy but I found that if I open the bag and take my two canvas shopping bags and start transferring the litter to these two bags equally I am then able to carry each bag upstairs to the litter boxes and then just empty the 2 bags equally in to the boxes it works out great. Believe me when I say that in all of my 35 years of having cats, and trying numerous litters, I finally found a keeper!! The best part is that me and my kitties can all breath easier, literally.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great litter!! I've been using this litter for 2 months now, and I love it!! The clump is hard and easy to clean, great odor control for my tiny studio apartment. There are still dust coming out around the litter box, but no powderly cloud when you clean the litter box. My only concern is... the structure of the box for 20lb litter. I've been using the 20-lb box. I really like the idea of the box because it's easy to store, less messy. The box come with spout on the side, which doesn't work for me. The box is very heavy, hard to tilt to get right amount of litter into the litter box. My back start hurting... So I open the top of the box, using it like a bucket. But it's super hard to open with thick glue and fat layers of the cardboard... I wish it comes with bucket or some better spout system. Other than that, I believe that this is the best cat litter I ever used (in my 30 years history with cats). I recommend this to everybody!!
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too dusty. First, this is NO fault of Chewy, which is why I contacted the manufacturer about it. Dr. Elsey's sent coupons for free bags of litter, but since the coupons are for the same stuff, I'll be giving them to a friend who has litter boxes in her garage where the dust won't be as big of an issue. The problem is that although I know most clumping litters have SOME dust, this stuff - even though it is supposed to be top notch - is horrible. The dust clouds spew up every time the cat scratches in it as well as when you pour it in or clean the box. EVERYTHING in the room became coated in litter dust, the cat's noses became clogged with litter dust, and so did mine. Dumped it out after just two days. NOT recommended, won't buy again.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good price, low to no dust, but . . . We have 3 cats using two boxes that we clean each day. Prior to using this litter I was using Clump and Seal from AH. At first I was mixing both, when I ran out of the Clump & Seal I just used Precious Cat. The first thing I noticed was the difficulty in scooping. Some other reviews likened it to concrete. It does require more effort and a grasp on the litter box at times. Also, as some others have stated there seems to be more crumbling amid the used litter that makes scooping less effective. Because of the price and low to no dust I still recommend it. The trick is to make sure there is no less than four inches of the litter in the box at all times. If the liquid waste reaches the bottom of the tray it is very difficult to remove from the box and the scoop. The waste needs to be suspended in the litter. I am going to try mixing in Clump and Seal again to see if it helps with the problem. If not I will stop using Precious Cat.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best cat litter on the market My cats have tried many different kinds of cat litter and the difference is as clear as day with Dr. Elsey's. It is all natural clay, unscented and clumps very well. It's virtually dust free(which I completely disagree with previous poster) and isn't too heavy. It's great all around and the amount of raving reviews are a definite indicator. A really good tip is to combine this with the arm and hammer cat litter deodorizer and it's purr-fection!! Not so much for the odor control but it really helps the litter not stick to the pan and takes the clumping power to another level. My furbabies give Dr. Elsey's four paws up! Definitely a veterinarian who knows about proper cat care. (read the bag description)
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat is the Best Clumping Litter I've Found During the 50+ years of kitty companionship, I've used many brands of litter. Dr. Elsey's is, by far, the best I've found. Occasionally, I experience a bag that has more dust than usual. I figure it is due to a "bottom of the barrel" portion of the batch or extremely rough handling during shipment. Nonetheless, the clumping ability and odor control outweigh an occasional dusty bag. Particularly, since previous brands produced clouds of dust and coughing fits. However, aging has made it more difficult to handle the economical 40 lb. bag. This was solved by having saved the plastic buckets from the usage of other brands. Some of which had been spray painted and used to store things like salt for melting ice, potting soil and bird seed. Instead of trying to carry a full bag inside, I place 2 buckets next to the vehicle. Then I pull the bag of litter so that it's partway inside and partway outside of the vehicle. Next, I cut off a corner of the bag, let about half the litter flow into the bucket, lift the corner to stop the flow, switch buckets and empty the remaining litter into the second bucket. Granted this method causes two trips, but I look at it as a way to get more exercise. BTW, those buckets are also useful for scooping litter boxes. Particularly the ones with the "hinged" lids. Just spray the inside with Lysol, insert a medium sized trash bag and replace the lid. Now, it's ready to carry around to scoop multiple boxes. When finished scooping, remove the lid, securely tie up the bag and carry it out to be dumped into the trash.
Date published: 2017-01-20
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