|Price Per Unit|
|Litter Feature||Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented...||Flushable, Unscented, Odor Control, Clumping, Natural, Eco-Friendly||Natural, Unscented, Clumping||Natural||Lightweight|
|Top Ingredients||—||—||Wheat, Corn, Grains.||Wheat.||Extruded Sorghum; Paraffin Oils (Petroleum), Catalytic Dewaxed Light; Agglomerated Wood, Mineral And Starch Granule; Benzisothiazolinone; Methylisothiazolone; Fragrance...|
For years I have bought in swheat scoop and thought that it was a real treat- No dust, no oder (ever actually), and people that visit us were surprised that I even have a litter Box in the house! However, the last 3 auto shipments of our beloved 40$/bag swheat scoop has failed to provide the same qualities that it once did. It is extremely dusty in comparison to its old self, it actually has an oder coming straight out of the bag, and has led everyone to ask if we had gotten another cat or 'something?', when they come to visit- gross! I have been trying to get into my AS to stop the litter from coming anymore, but have been too busy or too late. This will not happen again. I will follow up this review with the removal of swheat scoop from my AS, sadly and regrettably. Please let us know when the litter returns to it's former greatness!
Before getting our cats, I spent a long time looking at different litters. I liked that this was flushable, even though I'm not doing that as often now. 10/10 the best we've had. We do use a baking soda-based deodorizer, but some may not need that. The clumps are easy to scoop out and I haven't noticed a ton of tracking, but we have mats that catch it as the cats step out.
This is working very well for my single 11 pound cat. I purchased the sWheat scoop 100% wheat cat litter because I was interested in something low odor and flushable. Three weeks ago I put 1/2 of the bag contents in a litter box. It's low dust and has only a minor grainy aroma. This is awesome compared to the overly scented clay based litters. At 3 weeks with daily scooping the litter still OK. I can't say that about clay based litters. It's great not having to walk a bag of kitty waste to the garbage every day. I think it's a great cat litter. There are two minor drawbacks 1. the litter isn't quite as quick at adsorbing as many clay based litters so many clumps adhere to the bottom of the litter tray. 2. You must assure that the clumps are broken into lumps small enough to flush completely.
This litter does absolutely nothing to mask smells. I was having to clean the litter box every single time my cats used it because it just smelled horrible. Also this has just as much dust as the former clay litter I was using and didn’t clump very well.
I've been using this litter now for a few months. My cats seem to like it. I like it better than pine litter; pine litter becomes slimey after use, the Swheat scoop doesn't turn into slime. It doesn't clump hard as clay but I'm ok with that. I switched from clay years ago after seeing the damage done from mining the clay. I use natural, sustainable products whenever I can.
Not worth the money. Doesn't mask any odors what so ever. Anytime our cat uses the litter box you can smell it. 11/10 don't recommend
Worked fine as a litter, no complaints there. Biggest issue was that my dog decided to eat most of what was in the litter box and vomited a few times from eating it. I would avoid this if you have a dog that likes to sneak from the litter box.
I am used to using thing a lot lighter than this. Did nothing to maximize odor control - and I scoop twice a day. Not a fan.
This is a good litter that helps minimize the odor. It clumps well. The only downside is that it can be easy for my cat to track the small pieces.
Been using this cat litter for 5 years. Very absorbing and good at odor prevention.. However, it seems to be more dusty now with less granules and more like litter dust the consistency of flour. Has the manufacturer changed the formula during COVID?