Dr. Elsey's Paw Sensitive Multi-Cat Strength Cat Litter, 20-lb box

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Description

Does your kitty have delicate paws? Then try Dr. Elsey’s Paw Sensitive Cat Litter! This all-natural litter is formulated with a fine granule size and texture, so it’s gentle on your cat’s paws. It’s also 99.9% dust-free to help keep surfaces cleaner and air clearer so you and your furball can breathe easy. This multi-cat litter delivers superior odor control, forms hard clumps for easy scooping and is compatible with sifting/mechanical litter boxes!

Key Benefits
  • 100% natural multi-cat litter offers superior odor control.
  • Formulated with ideal granule size and texture for sensitive paws.
  • 99.9% dust free for easy cleaning and clearer air.
  • Forms tight, hard clumps for hassle-free scooping.
  • Compatible with sifting/mechanical litter boxes.
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
    236246
  • Dimensions
    8 x 7 x 12 inches
  • Weight
    20.0 pounds
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Clay
  • Litter Feature
    Clumping, Multi-Cat, Dust Free, Odor Control
Ingredients
Ingredients

Bentonite Clay.

Instructions

Instructions: Fill clean, dry litter box with 3-4 inches of Dr. Elsey's litter. This depth allows your cats to dig and cover their waste naturally. Scoop waste twice daily and refill box as necessary. Replace entire box once a month. 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.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic!!

    By Nlew on Mar 2, 2021

    This is the best cat litter. That's it. That's my summary. No really, the cats love it. We have 5 cats, and 6 litter boxes. I put this new litter in just one of the boxes, and suddenly that one is used constantly and the others have almost nothing in them. This litter clumps normally, and has no odor. Minimal dust. I just ordered 4 more boxes. It's a real winner. Apparently kitty toes are more tender than we realize. I was noting that one of my cats is perfectly happy to dig outside in the dirt and use that as a litter box, but avoids our indoor litter boxes like the plague. So this new finer grain litter is a win.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Happy Kitties

    By Mama on Feb 16, 2021

    I’ve been using Worlds Best for awhile but have a tiny kitten who needed some softer sand so I tried paw sensitive in one of 5 boxes to see how she would do with it. After several days it became apparent that All 4 kitties preferred this litter since the waste receptacle in only one box was Full and the others empty, as well as, nothing to scoop from the one non-mechanical box (which means that my one boy who wouldn’t use the self cleaning boxes is now using them, hallelujah!) I’ve now switched all but the non-mechanical box to this litter (to be clear, the one box is never used, lol) There is little tracking and dust now and unless someone Just did their business the garage no longer makes I’ve been using Worlds Best for awhile but have a tiny kitten who needed some softer sand so I tried paw sensitive in one of 5 boxes to see how she would do with it. After several days it became apparent that All 4 kitties preferred this litter since the waste receptacle in only one box was Full and the others empty, as well as, nothing to scoop from the one non-mechanical box (which means that my one boy who wouldn’t use the self cleaning boxes is now using them, hallelujah!) I’ve now switched all but the non-mechanical box to this litter (to be clear, the one box is never used, lol) There is little tracking and dust now and unless someone Just did their business the garage no longer makes us gag when we open the door! It does stick to the bottom of the boxes and the rake but with just a little extra effort on my part this sand is so far working well and we are all pleased :) … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Too much dust.

    By Hslibr on Feb 18, 2021

    I have used Fresh Step for years and was very happy with it. However, I recently adopted two cats who are front declawed. The litter they arrived with was fine grained but the scent made me ill so I needed to fi d something else. This litter had good reviews and claimed it was low dust. I would hate to see their litter which wasn't listed as low dust! I never had as much dust issues with the Fresh Step I used. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because it's easy on their paws.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Devlaw pain

    By TigerLily on Feb 1, 2021

    So, a few years ago when I adopted my first cat child I made THE biggest MISTAKE of my life! I got her declawed. She will be 5 this April and seeing her in pain makes me cry and fuss myself over and over. I originally used the Purina Breeze litter box system. She used it up until about 8 months to a year ago. She would urinate in it but started defecating right next to the box on the floor. I researched litter for sensitive paws and found Dr. Elsey's products. I first tried the Dr. Elsey's for long hair cats but she wouldn't use it. Those crystals are bigger and a little more jagged than the Dr. Elsey's for senior cats. My next attempt was Dr. Elsey's Sensitive Paws and she has not used it outside So, a few years ago when I adopted my first cat child I made THE biggest MISTAKE of my life! I got her declawed. She will be 5 this April and seeing her in pain makes me cry and fuss myself over and over. I originally used the Purina Breeze litter box system. She used it up until about 8 months to a year ago. She would urinate in it but started defecating right next to the box on the floor. I researched litter for sensitive paws and found Dr. Elsey's products. I first tried the Dr. Elsey's for long hair cats but she wouldn't use it. Those crystals are bigger and a little more jagged than the Dr. Elsey's for senior cats. My next attempt was Dr. Elsey's Sensitive Paws and she has not used it outside of the litter box since! I HIGHLY recommend this product for any declawed cats. Each litter box comes with a coupon book but honestly the best part about the coupon book is the tons of helpful information on your cats bathroom habits. I mix the Sensitive Paw with the Senior litter because I personally find it helps the odor. There's not really any odor with just the Sensitive Paw but I'm just one of those OCD clean freaks. All in all, I only use Dr. Elsey's litter and the pricing is good in my opinion. Plus you ALWAYS have a dollar off coupon on each box or bag purchased. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Works well for my kitty!

    By Anonymous on Jan 29, 2021

    My kitty was doing fine with the blue Dr. Elsey's Ultra line, but her previous owner unfortunately declawed her (don't declaw!), so I decided to try this out in the event it would make her life a little bit easier. I was a little leery given some of the other reviews mentioning dust and tracking, but I have been really happy with it. These granules are super processed, and look like white sand you would find on a beach. I wish I could ask her, but I assume it is much softer on her paws. After switching, I have noticed she covers her pees and poos better, and has stopped peeing on the sides of the box. I assume it is easier for her to dig down into. It does have a little dust when you pour My kitty was doing fine with the blue Dr. Elsey's Ultra line, but her previous owner unfortunately declawed her (don't declaw!), so I decided to try this out in the event it would make her life a little bit easier. I was a little leery given some of the other reviews mentioning dust and tracking, but I have been really happy with it. These granules are super processed, and look like white sand you would find on a beach. I wish I could ask her, but I assume it is much softer on her paws. After switching, I have noticed she covers her pees and poos better, and has stopped peeing on the sides of the box. I assume it is easier for her to dig down into. It does have a little dust when you pour it in, but really not worse than any others I have tried. It doesn't seem to kick up when she uses the box or bother her. The amount of tracking is the same as the blue Ultra, which is less noticeable given the tiny size of the granules. Honestly, I could care less about either of those things, as long as it doesn't seem to bother my kitty. As a result her box is cleaner, and I don't ever smell anything. It clumps SO WELL. I think the smallness of the granules means it really clings to her pees and poos better. I highly recommend for declawed or senior cats. The only downside is the expense and the fact it only comes in 20 lb. Honestly I would pay whatever for something that is going to help my cat, but I only get one fill out of the 20 lb. box. Wish it came in a larger size. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than organic

    By em3302020 on Feb 15, 2021

    I know, I know. Organic is better for the environment, but after trying a litter claimed to be the "world's best corn cat litter," the smell in my bathroom was horrendous. Litter changes soon turned into dry heave, cry, and repeat. My cat refused to cover her poop, and I was left to DIG OUT clumps of cat pee that stuck to the bottom of the box like I was some sort of archaeologist. Thinking she didn't cover her poop was because of her I'm-too-good-for-litter-boxes attitude, I cleaned her cat box multiple times a day--yes, that also meant dry heaving multiple times a day. The worst part? She thought the corn litter was some kind of treat or reward, so with every litter change of fresh litter, I know, I know. Organic is better for the environment, but after trying a litter claimed to be the "world's best corn cat litter," the smell in my bathroom was horrendous. Litter changes soon turned into dry heave, cry, and repeat. My cat refused to cover her poop, and I was left to DIG OUT clumps of cat pee that stuck to the bottom of the box like I was some sort of archaeologist. Thinking she didn't cover her poop was because of her I'm-too-good-for-litter-boxes attitude, I cleaned her cat box multiple times a day--yes, that also meant dry heaving multiple times a day. The worst part? She thought the corn litter was some kind of treat or reward, so with every litter change of fresh litter, she'd have herself a little snack. The second worst part? She'd track this EVERYWHERE.. including my bed. EW! I adopted Violet from the shelter a little less than a year ago. She came to me with swollen lymph nodes, horrible breath, and extremely dry/cracked paw pads. I was told she was FeLV+ and her paws were the result of pillow foot. Luckily, none of that was true (it was an extremely infected tooth that needed to be removed, and the swollen glands were due to infection)! However, she has susceptible skin and allergies to most everything, so her paw pads are dry, and having long hair between her toes makes litter stick to her. After trial and error of litters such as corn and wood pellets, I found this litter. I was skeptical as it had mixed reviews, but cat litter is dusty. It's dried clay. I decided to give it a go, and I have never had a better smelling bathroom. I no longer come home to the smell of rotten corn and feces mixed with a hint of wet dog. She's no longer eating the litter (I swear I feed her regularly!), and she's actually covering her poop. I use a litter catch mat and a top entry litter box to contain more of the tracking, but it still tracks. It just doesn't track nearly as bad as before! We have both been pleased with this litter. I no longer have to scrape clumps of pee from the bottom of the box, and the odor coverage lasts so well that I could skip a few days of cleaning. Of course, if I tried this, I would have "accidents" all over the house as my cat refuses to use her box if there's even a tiny bit of waste left. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic litter

    By Allie on Jan 14, 2021

    My littlest guy is long haired and finding a litter for him has been a challenge. We tried other litters from Dr. Elsey's, but this one has been the most successful! The only downside is how dusty it is, but the dust doesn't seem to bother the cats. It clumps well and holds the odor. Other odor eliminating litters don't seem to do their job well, but with this litter sometimes I'll forget I even have a litterbox!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very dusty

    By AmysMom on Feb 26, 2021

    It is soft litter as expected, but it is also very dusty litter. Also makes the cat smell of dusty litter. Don’t recommend unless there is some critical reason for needing soft litter.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Too much dust + debris

    By Gina on Jan 4, 2021

    The kick-back of dust when scooping the litter is so bad that I'm worried both of my cats and I will get pink eye from it. I bought it because it said 99% dust-free. Completely incorrect. I have three boxes, so I'll have to mix it in with the old litter they used and liked. Only warranted 2 stars because my cats seem to like the texture on their sensitive paws

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great but a little messy

    By Gabby on Dec 23, 2020

    Does a great job at controlling odor and clumping. It's a little messier than traditional litter because of the finer grain but honestly it's manageable with a good litter mat and a broom & dustpan. I originally got this for my foster cat who had "litter box issues" as a precaution. I set up 2 litter boxes and he chose the one with this litter over the courser grain litter everytime. Even my current cats prefer this and they normally aren't picky.

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