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|Litter Feature||Clumping, Flushable, Multi-Cat...||Clumping, Flushable, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Scented, Dust Free||Clumping, Flushable, Multi-Cat...||Clumping, Flushable, Odor Control...||Clumping, Flushable, Multi-Cat...|
This litter was suggested to me by a Chewy rep, as I tried every brand of clay litter they sell and hated every one of them. I just got done reading the negative reviews. I don't get it. I don't have any of the problems that are mentioned. This litter does track, but only about 10 feet from the box, unlike the clay litter which ended up in the kitchen at the other end of the house. I have 4 cats using 3 boxes (I don't have room anywhere for another box), and I don't have liquid or disintegrating problems. This litter does not stick to the box at all, with clay litter I used to have to use a heavy metal scoop and hammer and chisel the urine clumps off the plastic litter box. This litter has very little dust; with clay litter I had to dust every day. This litter does have an odor. I mixed it with half Tidy Cats (what I was using at the time), then 1/3 Tidy Cats, then 1/4 Tidy Cats, then no Tidy Cats so my babies could get used to it. I am also using enclosed boxes now, so yes, I notice there is a smell when I scoop them. I will be using baking soda in them to keep them a bit fresher, but the odor is not all over the room, and you can't smell it anywhere in the house. I agree the litter does not clump, but it does not seem to be a problem. I never have liquid on the bottom of the box. I will be trying the other WBL types just because people like the odor control better. But so far, it has been a blessing for me.
I have used silica crystal litter for a while and got tired of finding it all over my apartment and stirring it was a pain, so I finally decided to switch things up and try a clumping litter. After a lot of research I settled on this one, partly because it was so highly rated, but I have to admit I am disappointed! Pros: I was impressed by the low tracking, I like that it is flushable (but with one problem, listed below), and it is not as dusty as other litters I've tried. Cons: Despite scooping daily, as soon as I switched to this litter my apartment started to smell HORRIBLE. I was not impressed with the clumping; moist litter would stay moist in the box and end up getting kicked out of the box and into the litter mat, where it would accumulate and fester and within a few days my litter mat is a urine-soaked caked up disaster. Also, in terms of flushability, in the 1.5 months we used this litter we did end up clogging the toilet twice. Overall if I ever pull the trigger on getting a Litter Robot or other automatic self-scooping box, I think this would be a good fit. But with my normal litter box and mat situation it was by far the most DISGUSTING litter I have ever had to deal with. Going back to the silica crystals ASAP!
Absolutely the worst world's best we've bought yet. Normally we use the unscented multi cat. Figured low tracking would be better right? Wrong. My house is now a cat litter beach. There's cat litter dust everywhere. It trails off the cats like they came sprinting down a sand dune. This is what I imagine bringing home the beach would look like. I could start my own tiki bar with the amount of cat litter. But seriously, I have to sweep every time I walk by, I've never had to do that before.
I'm a lover of the World's Best Litter, so I thought I'd try this low-tracking litter. This litter is thick and coarse and tracks the big pieces of it all over the house. I'll be going back to the Fine litter that the World's Best Litter has, works better and doesn't track.
I get this litter because it is better for your cat's health compared to clay materials. It is also one of the best absorbents for urine and has lowest tracking I have used in a long time. However, the smell is not as coverable but it works well in combination with the arm & hammer litter booster or if you have an automatic litter box
Yes, it’s low tracking and dust free. Love that it’s from corn, not clay. It doesn’t clump as well as clay but with the other advantages I’ll keep buying. Our cat box is accessed from outside the house so the cat litter is stored outside. Have had problems with raccoons tearing into the bag so have had to put in plastic container.
We’ve used WBCL multicat over 16 years and absolutely love it, the cats do too! Decided to try this low tracking, it’s horrible!! It doesn’t clump, it doesn’t sift through the scoopers and doesn’t last since it won’t clump or sift. It was a total waste of money. Bought two bags for three cats and we can’t wait to switch back to the red or green bags that work phenomenally! WBCL, what were you thinking?!?
Use it for my older cats as they are big litter box scratchers. Use orange bag of worlds best when cats are in during bad weather. The last bag looked the same but after spreading it throughout my 5 litter boxes. It didn’t hold up and slowly disintegrated to dust!! No answer when I wanted them to know!
It does stick to feet more so than the WB clumping. Its very hard to removed parcels. Litter all over floor. Plus I was overcharged on my credit card and Chewy said they would give me a discount on my next order 10%. how many are being overcharged w/o being aware!
I adopted 2 kittens last year from the HUMANE SOCIETY and they both were used to regular kitty litter (no problems). I just adopted 1 more kitten from the same place and they sent home this corn litter for the new kitten, so I bought this to switch over from clay litter and NONE OF THEM would use the litter box I donated it back to the Humane Society