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while i do think the litter itself is exceptional at doing its job, it just didn’t work out for us. pros: it clumps immediately which is great because i scoop right after my cat uses the box. its soft and leaves no smells at all. there is no dust, however the litter itself is SO fine, like extremely soft sand, that it is almost like dust itself! i feel it going in my nose as i scoop and they few days my cat was using it he was sneezing and sniffling all day. it also leaves a white powder on his toe beans which i don’t like. last con is that its not as easy to vacuum out of our litter mat, and it got everywhere because my cat seemed to love to stay in the box and fling it all out, which he doesn’t do with his usual litter. will be sticking with our tried and true okocat :)
Litter does what it says it does. Absorbs, clumps, controls odor decently, comes off the pan cleanly. Our issue is that it's apparently delicious, to the point where two of my cats are eating it regularly out of the box. One is actually reducing the amount of real food she's eating because she's not hungry and she has lost some weight. In the process of transitioning back to the old A&H Slide, which sucks because I'm worried it will irritate their lungs. Would have stayed with this if it weren't so tasty!
I want to use a natural based litter for my 2 kittens, but I am not that impressed with this choice. I does clump will, but there is definitely a smell to it and there is more dust than expected. The biggest issue is that the cats track it all over the house because it is so light. Just too messy for what I was expecting.
I have 7 cats. And a lot of litter dust. My brother came in to town and let me know my house smelled. I was so mortified. I knew I was sick of the litter dust everywhere, but I didn't know my house smelled. This litter has no dust, no crazy tracking from cats jumping out of the litter box. (I tried walnut litter-- it tracked a lot.) I swear I can't smell cats now.
Due to health issues, I can’t use scented or super dusty litters. I prefer a natural litter for the health of my cats. So far out of the litters that I have tried this is the best. Like other reviews stated, it does track & doesn’t do the best job at covering up odors. But it clumps well & has 0 dust.
I didn’t want to take off a star because honestly the 2 negatives are far outweighed by the positives! Everything claimed on the bag is 100% true. I was skeptical, especially after trying all different kinds of the “best” litters out there. I had to put their box (it’s big as the cats share - small house) in my bedroom after I’d moved… then just kept it in there because, like some litter voodoo, I couldn’t smell even the stinkiest of dumps (and oh, my little one makes deadly stink bombs). I thought it was gross to keep it in my room but WOW. No smell (even the fresh litter barely has a scent, just kind of “natural”), NO DUST, doesn’t make pee clumps stick to the box, clumps SO WELL, and the granules are finer than clay so it’s a lot softer on their paws and they seem to enjoy digging in it. No more “floor digging” outside the box. As a cat momma for most of my 38 years (maybe box emptying chores started around 7yrs), I can actually say (after 4 months of use; on my 2nd bag), this is the best litter I’ve ever used. And the fact that it’s completely natural is such a win. Two negatives: 1) Pricey, but worth it if you can swing it! It lasts a decent amount of time. 2) Does track. I put one of those litter catchers down (the kind where you can empty it back into the box like a litter-catching pocket), which helps, but I still keep a dustpan right there. But aside from pellet litter or other non-clay alternatives (which are just not appealing to cats), it doesn’t track more, and as it’s so soft you aren’t yelping OUCH stupid litter! if you step on it in your socks. I do have a wall around my box, not a hood, which probably helps with flinging, and might fashion some sort of platform they have to walk on to go in and out, that has litter-catching abilities. Unlike some other reviewers have said, it does not get stuck in my cat’s paws, and it clumps so fast and acts almost as a desiccant with the poops - they never have wet or poopy paws. So the tracking is pretty much isolated to maybe 2 feet around the box, AT MOST. I’ve definitely never written such a detailed review for cat litter but I know how much reviews can help people decide on what to go with. I’ve already shared it with all my fellow cat parents because it’s a smell-free, dust-free, fast clumping, organic game-changer!! Definitely not sponsored, wish I was LOL.
Grass? Or grass seed? I'm still not sure which it is! It does clump and scoop well. As most do. BUT it gets on her feet and she walks it EVERYWHERE! And it gets wet when she pees, sticks to her feet and gets walked right to my bed! This cat litter is ruining my relationship with my 13 year old sweetheart. I cannot wait for the second bag to be gone! Too expensive to throw away too. Sorry, but I hate the stuff!
let’s get it out of the way first, it treks..so does the best clay litter(i’ve tried every litter imaginable!) even if it says it doesn’t, what’s great it sweeps right up, so easy, doesn’t make a mess like trekked clay litter does if it gets stepped on or wet or both..it’s a dream. i didn’t believe it would clump well but man, it does! also, it doesn’t stink like pellets or perfumey clay litter, or have cat pee smell when saturated like clay, it doesn’t smell. also, it’s a breeze to scoop because it’s so light, no more fighting your way through to dislodge litter from the side of your box! honestly i’ll take the trekking for all the pluses! plus it’s more environmentally sound - biodegradable and renewable
Long review incoming. But worth the read if you’ve been desperate to replace your overly dusty clay litter without losing the other perks. Started using this litter about four months ago. I started out by mixing it with clay litter and recently have been using it 100% by itself now. Pros: - Virtually dust free. - Clumps like a dream. (No more scraping muddy residue off the sides and bottom of the boxes. This leaves literally nothing left over.) Incredibly impressed with how well this clumps and how easy it is to remove from the box. - Natural and environmental friendly. Easier on your kitty’s beans. Cons: - Yes. It tracks. BUT I would say it tracks just barely more than their clay litter. I spend about five minutes every day sweeping or using the hand vacuum to maintain the house. If you don’t do this, then obviously the tracking will get worse and worse as it piles up. - Occasionally there is a bit of a musty smell in the room that has the litter boxes. This litter doesn’t seem to conceal smells as well as clay litter - but it’s very faint and doesn’t happen all the time. Mind you, these litter trays are in the spare room closet with a built in box to conceal the litter trays with a small entrance. It prevents a lot of smells from escaping the area, so depending on your litter box set up, it’s really hard to say how it will smell in your house. (I am posting pictures for reference.) I sprinkle some baking soda into their litter trays occasionally, which helps. I scoop once a day but I’m assuming twice a day would eliminate any smell at all. - Not sure what one of my cats does when he’s in there, but every time he comes out of the box he has dust/powder on the side of his face. Almost looks like saw dust. But it’s always just on the side of his face. Not really a con. He’s a dork so who knows. I have been using Fresh Step unscented clumping clay litter for years and years. When they changed to “simply unscented” it seemed their formula changed with it. There was so much dust that it would cover everything in the room. We ended up building the box containers in the closet to prevent the dust from escaping into the room. We also added an air purifier into the room and left it on the low setting 24/7 to hopefully suck up a lot of the dust in the air. But I felt so bad about the cats breathing that dust in every time they went digging in there. I have searched and searched for a different litter for about a year now and I have finally found it. I will be using this one from now on. The SLIGHT increase in tracking is worth being able to switch to something more environmentally friendly and dust free. If you are unsure, I highly recommend mixing this litter with your current litter to see how you like it before committing to a second purchase.
We love this litter for the odor control, fast clumping, and no dust. It really has no dust! But the tracking is terrible. It sticks to their feet and they track it all over the house! There's so much litter on their feet when they get out of the box! We're having to vacuum at least twice a day, sometimes more! Oh, and another negative, because it's made of grass, our dog keeps eating it!!! UGH! I wish they'd improve on the tracking problem, because everything else, except our dog eating it problem, is great.