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Cat's Pride Premium Natural Scoopable Cat Litter, 20-lb jug

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Don’t worry about changing your entire kitty litter box every day with Cat's Pride Premium Natural Scoopable Cat Litter. This exclusive 100% odor eliminator is tough on cat odors, yet gentle enough so it won’t harm your furry friend—a powerful odor control that keeps your kitty’s litter box fresh and clean every day. Its highly porous clay is hypoallergenic and safe for your cat, plus it’s free of perfumes and dyes, making it great for households prone to sniffles. Made with a moisture-activated clay formula, so it clumps up easily on contact ensuring your cleaning routine is a breeze. With a low-dust formula and a hard and fast clumping ingredient, this premium litter will make sure your kitty stays happy and your home stays fresh. Cat’s Pride is proudly endorsed by the American Humane Society, so you can feel good about using them as a go-to cat litter.

Key Benefits
  • Clay-based litter is made for fast clumping and easy scooping, so you don’t have to worry about cleaning the entire box every day.
  • A low-dust formula that’s great at trapping and eliminating odors, so your kitty stays happy and your home fresh and clean.
  • Exclusive natural formula is safely designed for superior performance to keep your cats purring for a long time.
  • Free of perfumes and dyes, so it’s allergy-friendly, making it safe and gentle for your furry friend and the entire family.
  • A product the American Humane Society stands by, so you’re getting a great value and will feel good about giving your kitty the best.
Precautions

Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter, as cat feces may contain Toxoplasma gondii—a parasite that can cause toxoplasmosis. Pregnant or nursing women, as well as children and anyone with a weakened immune system, should avoid handling used cat litter. Always handle litter in a ventilated area to avoid inhalation. Keep contents and packaging out of reach of children and pets. Seek medical help in case of accidental ingestion.

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  • Item Number
    71774
  • Litter & Bedding Type

    Clay

  • Litter Feature

    Odor Control, Unscented, Clumping

  • Made in

    United States

Instructions
  • Fill liter box to a depth of at least 3 inches.
  • Remove clumps and solid waste daily and dispose in trash. Refill as needed.
  • Once a month, clean the litter box with soap and water and refill.

Additional Instructions

  • Only dispose of used cat litter in trash. Do not flush, bury or dispose of it outdoors, in gutters or storm drains to avoid environmental contamination.
  • Not for internal use. Not meant for use as compost or as a traction aid.
  • Store in a cool, dry place. Product filled by weight; some settling may occur.
Transition Instructions

Slowly mix in your old litter with the new one. Cats are finicky and get used to one smell so a change can throw them off.

FAQ

What sort of fragrances or additives does Cat’s Pride use in its products? Are they safe for my cat?

The additives we use are proprietary, but we only use fragrances and ingredients that pass a safety review by our scientists. We also provide litters with only natural ingredients.

Are Cat’s Pride products safe to use with my other pets?

Our products have been reviewed for safety by our scientists when used as intended as a cat litter and have not been evaluated for other pet uses. Please contact your vet for a recommendation for other pets.

Is the product or product dust harmful? Why does the litter have dust?

Some cats and some people may be bothered by even small amounts of dust, although we have found that cats are used to dust more than they are to strong fragrances used by some litter makers. If this is the case, an unscented natural/original litter may be better for you or for your cat. Some dust is inherent to the clay mineral, and we use many methods of dust removal at our manufacturing facilities to provide products with as low dust as possible.

What is the difference between Cat’s Pride (premium) and Jonny Cat (coarse) litters?

Both products are made from fuller’s earth clay (obtained about 30–40 feet under topsoil) and contain similar ingredients. Cat’s Pride is a national brand, while Jonny Cat is sold primarily in the Western states.

Why does American Humane Association recommend Cat’s Pride?

Cat’s Pride is proud to be the only cat litter recommended by the American Humane Association (AHA). Cat’s Pride products deliver safe and effective odor control without harmful chemicals or overpowering fragrances and without the use of captive live animal testing. Like us, the AHA is committed to the well-being of cats and pets across America.Our Cat’s Pride Premium Scoopable litter is the only national scooping clay litter without sodium bentonite, which can clog your pipes. It has passed through rigorous testing for flushability in non-septic systems so you can make cleanup easy by flushing.It has been determined through laboratory testing that Cat’s Pride Scoopable Premium cat litter is flushable through residential plumbing systems designed and maintained in accordance with plumbing codes. Disposal of Cat’s Pride Scoopable Premium cat litter through septic tank systems has not been evaluated and is not recommended. To ensure flushability, do not flush more than two clumps at a time and always remove clumps from litter box daily. Local regulations on flushing vary. Please review and comply with them.

Why would a dog eat used cat litter? Is it harmful if eaten by a pet or child?

Dogs become attracted to the protein in the cat’s waste product. Please encourage the dog or child to simply eat and drink normally to pass the litter. Used cat litter potentially contains some bacteria and parasites; therefore, we recommend you contact your doctor or your local poison control center for assistance.

What makes clumping litter clump?

Scoopable, clumping cat litters can be made using a variety of different clumping agents that help the litter form clumps. Also, they can contain sodium bentonite, a clay that naturally swells and clumps together when wet.

Some say clay litter is bad for the environment—is this true?

Clay litters have been used for over 70 years and are the most natural choice for a cat. We have an extensive land reclamation program where we restore all our cat litter mines to their natural habitat.

Is sodium bentonite (clumping litters) harmful to my cat?

Some clay litter products contain sodium bentonite, a natural clay material that forms clumps when exposed to liquid. Sodium bentonite is also sold for use in animal feeds. Any suggestion that sodium bentonite will cause harm or fluid retention in cats is simply not accurate and has never been documented in the veterinary scientific community. In fact, numerous consultations, interviews, and tests by many vets have found no evidence relating normal use of a clumping/sodium bentonite litter with the sickness or death of any kitten or cat.

I’ve heard cat litter is great for spilled oil or for a car stuck in snow, etc. What kind of litter is best to use for this?

Bags of cat litter provide weight in the trunk of your car to improve traction. However, because certain litters gets soft when wet, it can be slippery. We would recommend Oil-Drigranular absorbents instead of cat litter for spilled oil or traction under tires in the snow as these products have a greater capacity to function in icy conditions.

How often should I change my cat’s litter box?

We recommend changing the litter box (starting with fresh litter) every 7 days if you are using non-clumping clay litter. If you are using scoopable or clumping litter, we recommend changing the entire litter box once a month – be sure to remove the clumps daily and add a little fresh litter every day to maintain a three-inch level.

How do I clean litter that has stuck to the tray or floor?

We recommend using mild soap and warm water to clean surfaces. We do not recommend any cleansers or specific cleanup products because potential chemical reactions are possible with ammonia created by cat urine.

Can litter be composted or disposed of in a garden or field?

We caution against composting or disposing of used litter in a yard or garden because of a possible bacteria found in cat’s waste which may be harmful to humans and other animals. The bacteria in the used litter can cause an illness known as toxoplasmosis that can be particularly harmful to pregnant women or infants if touched or handled. We also discourage disposing clean, unused litter in a garden or field as some litter products contain additives and perfumes.

My cat has stopped using the litter box. What should I do?

Have you changed your litter type? If so, we recommend slowly mixing in the old litter with the new one that you just purchased. Cats are finicky and get used to one smell so a change can throw them off. Is it a clean, fresh litter box? If not, we recommend that you completely empty the litter box, clean it with soap and water, and fill it with fresh litter. Have there been any major disruptions in the cat household? This can cause stress and rejection. If the cat continues to reject the litter box, we recommend contacting your vet to make sure there is nothing else going on.

Why did my cat stop using the litter box?

  • The litter box may have a urine/waste odor because the tray needs to be cleaned more often.* Your cat may not be used to the new scent or new texture and may/may not adapt in a few days.* Your cat may be confused by change in litter box location.* Your cat may not be feeling well, so please contact your vet.

My cat is experiencing hair loss/hives/constipation/other medical issue. Could cat litter cause this problem?

It’s best to first contact your vet for a medical review or exam. These symptoms are usually due to some previous condition or illness. The cat may scratch itself for various reasons—including stress, confusion or sickness. It is possible, of course, that a cat may be allergic to some additive in a litter product, just as some people are allergic to fragrances or peanut butter, a normally safe food. For sensitive cats, we recommend our traditional unscented clay litter.

Why does a bag of the same product offer darker colored clay?

We produce our cat litters from different plant locations throughout the US. Because clay is a natural mineral, different regions in the country will produce different colored clays. Though the color may be different, the product has been tested and developed to perform the same.

I’ve heard cat litter is bad for the environment, so what makes your cat litter “green”?

We at Cat’s Pride have minimized our carbon pawprint by inventing lightweight litter. Trucks that bring cat litter from where it is made to your stores have a weight limit. As a result, the lighter the product, the more you can get on a single truck. So when you purchase Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light Ultimate Care, it takes less trucks and less gas to transport litter that is up to 50% lighter. And at the scale that we deliver to cat owners around the country, the reduction in fuel emissions really adds up!

What does “cut your carbon pawprint” mean?

Your carbon pawprint refers to the reduction in carbon emissions which results from your purchase of Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light Ultimate Care, the best performing lightweight litter. By purchasing Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light Ultimate Care, which is up to 50% lighter, we are able to increase the number of packages delivered on a single truck and thus cut down on the number of trucks needed to deliver product to stores. Reducing the number of trucks on the road reduces the carbon emissions. Distributing lightweight litter is easier on the environment AND our customers!

How is Using Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light Ultimate Care litter good for the environment?

Our litter is made from natural, superabsorbent clay. While it cannot be further biodegraded like leaves, yard waste, or some alternative litters, its absorption characteristics continue when it is disposed of, limiting harmful materials from entering water resources after disposal. For that reason, clays are actually used to line landfills. In contrast, alternative litters made from corn and wheat create methane gas in landfills when they decompose, and also provide no lasting absorption.We caution against composting or disposing of any used litter (clay or alternatives) in a yard or garden because a bacteria often found in cat’s waste (toxoplasmosis) may be harmful to humans and other animals.








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  • Best Cat Litter

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    With three cats in the house, we've tried many different cat litters over the years. Wasn't a big fan of scooping, but got tired of throwing so much litter into the trash every other day. This is by far the best scoop-able litter that we've tried. Clumps well and surprisingly fights odors better than most, even though it's not scented. Unfortunately, it's getting hard to find. Thank you Chewy!

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  • Pretty Close to Perfect Litter

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    The Cat's Pride Premium Natural Scoopable Litter UNSCENTED will be a repeat buy for me. The sand-like texture is exactly what I want. So far, it is covering just the soiled items which I want. The best news is that there is no wet litter stuck to the sides or bottom of the 5 litterboxes I clean which is a major plus The litter scatter is minimal so, all in all, no complaints on this product.

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  • Wish I would of liked this

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    I really wanted to like this, but found that the litter did not seal in odors and had a really heavy clay smell that I didn't care for. I would recommend Tidy Cats Free and Clear Unscented. Has a much better odor control system, is and is lighter too.

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  • It's helped their allergies

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    The pros of this litter are that it doesn't make my cats wheeze or sneeze like the others, it doesn't set off their allergies because of perfumes and scents. It also clumps VERY well. The cons are that it's not the greatest for odor control and it's like sand so when it tracks, it's messy. Not as messy as some other litters though. but it can stick to their backside which I don't like. I just brush it off daily. My cat's health is more important to me so I scoop twice a day and it's fine. I think I'll be sticking with this one for awhile.

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    Great litter! I can’t stand scented litters and this one truly is free of all fragrances. Clumps well and I would say low tracking compared to others.

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  • TRULY Unscented!

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    We've all been there. Buy a random jug/box of litter that is "unscented", get home and open it and....whooooweee! It may be "unscented" but that perfume the litter is made out of sure smells strong!! THIS is NOT that. I've worked with rescue for at least 20 years, in addition to having my own cats (and dogs too, of course). This litter is our (and their) favorite. I have a few that are particularly sensitive to additives of any kind and this particular litter has never caused any trouble for us or them. Also, I think does well controlling 'left-over' scent. NOTE: This product is the Cat's Pride Natural 20Lbs! NOT the "Lightweight" version that looks similar. I ALWAYS look for the GREEN CAP-Then We've all been there. Buy a random jug/box of litter that is "unscented", get home and open it and....whooooweee! It may be "unscented" but that perfume the litter is made out of sure smells strong!! THIS is NOT that. I've worked with rescue for at least 20 years, in addition to having my own cats (and dogs too, of course). This litter is our (and their) favorite. I have a few that are particularly sensitive to additives of any kind and this particular litter has never caused any trouble for us or them. Also, I think does well controlling 'left-over' scent. NOTE: This product is the Cat's Pride Natural 20Lbs! NOT the "Lightweight" version that looks similar. I ALWAYS look for the GREEN CAP-Then you know you have the right one. A couple hints for helpful, happy, litter-boxing: -ONE box is never enough. (Unless you have 1/2 a cat and that's just no fun.) 2/cat is awesome. -Scoop as often as you walk by the box. It's quick! Takes a moment and will keep your litter cleaner longer and make the =^..^='s happy! Wouldn't you like an empty box if you were a cat having to go in a box? ;-) They like it 'empty' as well. -If you don't regularly cycle out the entire jug with normal scooping, you can add a little baking soda and refresh with fresh clean litter on top. The cats will definitely mix it in for you. Cute, furry helpers! -Ideally, you'll want to keep the boxes clean of any "particulates" (you know the kind), by washing your litter box with soap and water weekly (at best). However, for the busy pet-parent [raises hand], you can do your best by removing particulates when they appear from inside box, above (and below about an inch or so) the litter line. If you invest just a little in a "Petsafe Wipe" they work great for that function. I consider myself pretty good for managing a once a month total wash. NOTE: CAUTION please avoid using any household cleaners not labeled as 'Pet-Safe" or "for pets" … more

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  • Love this litter!

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    Wow! Finally found a kitty litter that measures up to its name. My kitty even likes this better. He's going more. And the ammonia odor from urine is controlled. The clumping is better, easy to scoop! The only negative is, I can't find this in any stores!!! My choice is via Chewys. Delivery was fast.... came in a couple of days. Thank you for carrying this product. My kitty and I are thrilled!!!

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  • Pee U! Cover Your Nose

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    Peculiar litter. It's the pits. You have to DIG it up from the bottom to scoop. Litter starts smelling faintly putrid w/i 2 days & ends up reeking like an outhouse.

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  • Cats Pride Natural

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    I like it better than the scented one. I have bad allergies and I find that I am not stuffed up with the Cats Pride.

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  • Great cat litter

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    So glad I went with Wirecutter recommendation because this cat litter is super great. The kittens love it

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