Purina® TIDY CATS Instant Action Non-Clumping Cat Litter
since the change in the litter it now takes 3 times as much too use in the same amount of time. what has changed with it. the cats use it and come away with black stuff all over them selves tracking it every where. does not clump any more and instead of just changing the clump now you have to change the whole box, going to begin looking for different litter at this rate. have only ever used this brand for over 10 years no longer happy with this product. go back with what you had, if it isn't broke do not fix it!
September 13, 2014
My litter system: I have 2 cats w/ 2 litter boxes that are lined. I scoop every 2-3 days and change out the litter and liner completely every week. I go through about 1.5, 35 lb buckets a month.
Pros: Using this brand and my litter system -- people are surprised when they see I have cats! It is pleasant smelling on its own, and doesn't track through the house. For what little that does escape the box, the vacuum picks it up without problem. My cats love it and clean up is easy. I am able to find it on sale, which is a good time to stock up.
Cons: This litter is dusty and will get muddy, smelly and become messy if you do not scoop regularly or use enough to accommodate your cat's waste.
August 27, 2014
Love it but.....
I have just got one kitten and i have loved i havent smelled the nasty box however i have to change it 2x a week and going through this container in a week or two for one cat. it seems that since this is for multiple cats that one would make it last. I do notice a lil smell after 3 days of not scooping. I am looking to try something else to see if it is better.
July 9, 2014
Like many who've reviewed this, and who use non-clumping litter, I have to first say that I tried clumping, but it's all too messy for me. Much messier than non-clumping litter. So I went back. This stuff has a bit of dust, but not as much as many, and certainly not as much as clumping litter. What I like about it is that when the cats urinate, the litter darkens a lot, and it does stick to the bottom of the box, so I just tip the box, moving the clean litter away from the p'd-on litter, and then just use a solid (not slotted) scoop to get it out of there. There's a bit of p odor sometimes when I scoop, but it IS p, after all. We have one cat that pxxps on top of the litter, and then scratches the wall to bury it..), and this litter takes care of the odor almost immediately. And she's a stinky one. It's cheap, and it works for us!
May 15, 2014