Yesterday, I opened a new box and there was part of a dead animal in it! Going to be finding a new litter! GROSS!
It really clumps into hard balls which is good they dont fall apart when scooped. container is small and easy to handle and open. A bit pricey though.
Sometime during shipment the bottom of the box of litter broke open. Needless to say I had a good bit of sweeping to do. At least it was sanitary. I suspect cold temps had something to do with this issue. It might have made the glue less effective in a loosely packed container. What I could recover is being used by the front door cats. We'll see.
It clumps ok and covers smell, but I can't stand the dust and cloud. I can literally see the dust when scooping. My cat meowed at me after used this litter - sounds like he's complaining.
I got it to attract my cat to it but I guess he's still just too lazy. Though sometimes he would use it. So i"m not sure what happened but that's animals for you, lots of guessing. Wish it was bigger.
While our cat doesn't seem to mind this litter, we do! Key benefits states low dust and low tracking, it is neither. Dust puffed from the box as soon as it was opened and actual litter sticks to the cats long fur and finds it way through the entire house. The ONLY positive thing is it does seem to curb any stink but no better than other brands we've tried
This has been the best litter that my cats have ever used. Actually lasts 30 days with no smell. And the cats will continue to use it when scooped. My biggest problem with this brand though is that the boxes are not sealed well. Half of the time there is litter coming out of the chewy box or the chewy box is full of litter that has escaped the boxes. Chewy has always helped when I call. Just wish it wasn’t every time I get this.Went looking for contact information for the company and couldn’t find it. Hopefully chewy can pass the info along.
This litter is fantastic! Most litters give my cat watery eyes but this one keeps him healthy and feeling good.
I like this new (for me) litter. I am looking for a “good” litter that is both economical and NOT in plastic. I want an unscented litter. I ordered 2 boxes though one had a folded top seal popped open. Amazingly no litter spilled probably due to the milk carton like fold construction of the box. Good litter!
You know that catty scent you smell when you walk into a house sometimes (maybe even your own)? When we had just one cat, we never had problems, even if we scooped just once a day. But when we brought home two kittens recently and tried to use the same brand of cat litter we'd used for years - Fresh Step Unscented - the smell was...unpleasant...pretty quickly. I decided to try Sanicat based on feedback that it helped reduce odors. I noticed immediately, the first day using it, that the catty scent was gone. We've been using it for several weeks now and I'm pleased with its ability to contain the odors of two kittens who consume more food than I thought possible and create corresponding amounts of waste. My other praise is that it's truly dust-free! It's the first litter I've ever purchased that literally had ZERO dust when I poured it into the litter box. The only drawback is that because of the size of the litter grains (more like teeny pebbles than sand) it does track more than Fresh Step. We are purchasing two more litter mats to add to the room where we keep the litter box in hopes of reducing the issue. We're also thinking of building a small mat-covered ramp into the box that will also take care of stray grains as they exit the box. I will note that the tracking is *really* minimal (a few stray grains here and there); in comparison, I used Tidy Cat for a long time and it was much more track-y, as was Fresh Step.