Scoop Away Unscented Clumping Clay Cat Litter

By Scoop Away
Rated 4.2189 out of 5 stars


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Litter FeatureClumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust FreeClumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust FreeClumping, Multi-Cat, UnscentedClumping, Odor Control, Scented, Dust FreeClumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust Free, Low Tracking
Packaging TypeBoxBoxBoxBoxBox
Top IngredientsNatural Clay, Deodorizing System

About This Item


  • Help fight litter box odors with the power of Scoop Away clumping clay unscented cat litter.
  • Specially formulated for the smelliest litter boxes, this scented cat litter offers up to seven days of odor control plus odor-fighting antimicrobial agents.
  • The dust-free formula works to keep nearby air and surfaces clear of litter particles.
  • Formulated with your cat’s health and happiness in mind.
  • This cat litter is fortified with an Ammonia Shield to help destroy litter box odors and control the growth of bacterial odors on the litter.

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Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions

Is it safe to dump scoop away in a vegetable garden?
Answer by ChewyFeb 05, 2019
You should only dispose of used cat litter in the trash. Do not flush, bury or dispose of it outdoors, in gutters or storm drains to avoid environmental contamination.

Does this item come in a cardboard box or plastic?
Answer by ChewyDec 28, 2022
The boxes are paper based and can be recycled with any other boxes and cartons — most municipalities collect paper-based items for recycling.

Approximately how many cups are in a pound of this litter?
Answer by ChewyOct 08, 2020
There are approximately 4 cups in each pound of this cat litter.

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Rated 4.2189 out of 5 stars
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827 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Cyndy on Aug 19, 2023

Not bad.

The product, itself, isn't bad. Gets the job done. However, it doesn't ship well. Thank goodness it has a plastic wrap around it as all 3 ordered had lots of litter between the box and the wrap. So, much of the loose litter ended up in my carpet. Not a good thing.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By bujeane on Jul 17, 2023

My favorite litter

In my experience, Scoop Away is superior at clumping and neutralizing the ammonia smell in cat urine. Both my cats and I prefer to not have artificial scents, so I've started exclusively using this unscented one. I'm very impressed that it still works very well at preventing odors from escaping the litter box.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LyleK on Jun 16, 2023

Litter Odor - Controlled!

The unscented Scoop Away is great cat litter. Not only does it keep the odors of our cat's urine and bowel movements, but it does not contribute its own odor to the house. There is a little dust when pouring the litter into the litter box, but virtually none when scooping. All litters of this type seem to get tracked out of the litter box, but Scoop Away less than others. We've tried many other litters, but Scoop Away is one of the best and less expensive than most, too. Excellent product!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Vicki on Jul 1, 2023


I am a petite senior lady. I can no longer lift 25 pounds so had to use a carton cutter to open the top. I use a measuring cup to scoop and add to the litter box. Next time I will order the bag instead. I normally use Dr. Elsey's unscented (very hard clumps which stick to the sides) and am using the Scoop Away to mix it up a bit. I like both brands.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By George on Jul 22, 2023


Have been using this brand for years. A huge reason being that it was rarely tracked around the home AND even the unscented was good regarding odor control. Odor isn't bad but tracking everywhere now? Thinking they changed the formula?

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jessica81az on Jul 1, 2023

Picky Cats

I swear I have two of the most pickiest cats ever especially when it comes to litter. I tried this same brand but it was dented and it was very dust and my one cat she would pee in the cat litter box but once in awhile poop out side some where in the house. This one hadd no sent to it and no dust thankfully

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By sweetpea on Sep 18, 2023
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I like this litter as it does't track like others and it clumps great. I juw scoop out clumps and add fresh litter

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Paulina on Aug 29, 2023

Best Cat Litter

I've been using this brand of cat litter for years. I wouldn't use any other. I especially like that it's dust free and unscented.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By diego78 on Jul 14, 2023

dustiest litter I have ever used

This litter is soooooo dusty. Not sure how they claim “cloud free scooping”, as even the slightest movement of the litter box causes a plume of dust to rise. It did cover odors well, but just can’t get past the dust issues.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Beck on Jun 15, 2023

best for the money

The manufacturer used to make a "dust free" and then discontinued it without even letting Chewy, or anyone else, know. It's hard to find anywhere - probably because it's less expensive than the others. But, for the money, it's the best. Unscented, because cats are extremely sensitive to smell. It does the job.