Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 26
Rated 1 out of 5 by Skybluetn Says scoop able.. NOT
I used this litter for the last 6 months. However, the last 3 months it has changed. The urine turns into black mud instead of scoops!
July 3, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by DisappointedHuman Cats like it, humans do not.
The good news is no scent - cats do not like perfumed litter, especially feral rescues who have never experienced a litter box. The other good point is when relatively fresh, this litter is good at keeping down the cat produced litterbox gifts that smell so bad sometimes. The bad news is it is rather dusty and tracks worse than other lightweight litters I have tried. Also it essentially does not clump liquid waste at all. Has to be changed out completely quite often.
February 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cat13Love Less Dusty than Scoop Away!
I recently tried ExquisiCat Fragrance-Free side-by-side with Scoop Away Super Clump Unscented. The cats all liked both. The clumping was almost equal. Scoop Away might have been just a hair tighter of a clump. The biggest thing was the dust. In comparison with just letting the litter sift through the scooper from about 6 inches up, Scoop Away had a definite cloud of dust going up several inches. ExquisiCat had much less dust. The biggest difference is probably that ExquisiCat starts out with somewhat bigger grains of litter. I wish it was even less dusty, since I have 4 cats; but so far, it seems to be the best litter for less dust than others and for good clumping and odor control.
November 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by dpcole Clumps but odor control is so-so
I recently adopted a cat and have been reading up on a zillion litter types. One thing that seems universal - kitty litter is going to be dusty. Exquisicat has a moderate amount of dust, but less than another brand I'm trying out.
Exquisicat does a great job at clumping solids, and depending on volume of liquids it will clump -- but not as strongly and there are lots of little clumps that sometimes get mixed back in. It does always seem to clump.
If anything, odor control is not great. I mixed a third party brand of odor remover into the kitty litter, not much at all, and it did wonders...
I'm trying other brands because my new kitty has a problem with stress and, shall we say, "behavioral-based bowel control", but he does use Exquisicat in his main box more often than the other litter in the larger box I'm trying (maybe due to insufficient depth of the other litterbox for his preference).
I'll know for sure after a month or so, when he's fully settled and the stress-related problems go away, but with a wee bit of odor controlling product mixed with this kitty litter, I have no real complaints. It does what it needs to.
September 10, 2014