Precious Cat Cat Attract Cat Litter
Only one that worked!!!!
My teenage cat has had an on and off urinating outside the box problem almost his whole life. Sometimes it would not happen for months and sometimes it would be everyday for a week! Once he became an only cat I thought it would stop. We thought he was marking his area as he never liked the other cats. But then it started back up again. Over the years we tried a few different litters but the urinating issue would still some and go. I switched one of his litter boxes to Cat Attract about 6 months ago. The only urine outside the box was one day when I had to move his box. The first few weeks of using Cat Attract he only used that litter box, now the second box is mixed with half Cat Attract and half of his old litter and he is using again.
I would recommend this litter to anyone having an issue with their cat not using the box and don't see myself buying any other litter- ever.
March 27, 2014
My partner and I have had trouble with my female cat going outside the litter box since we got her as a kitten. It was so frustrating, because she always went RIGHT outside the box. We ruled out health problems with two different vets--nothing. Prozac didn't help. Neither did any kind of litter we tried along the way (Tidy Cats, Fresh Step, Arm & Hammer, and ScoopAway). We have three cats and three litter boxes, scooped at least daily, if not twice daily.
Our vet finally suggested Cat Attract in a last-ditch effort to get our girl back on track. We bought all-new litter boxes, filled them with this litter, and put the problem cat in a bathroom over a long weekend to get her used to the idea (don't worry, she got plenty of toys, water, food, and play-time with us!), and when she'd used the box consistently for four days, we let her out. Not two hours later, we found urine in the bathtub. Frustrated, we put her back in the bathroom for two more days, let her back out, and haven't had any problems since then. It's only been a few weeks, but I'm cautiously optimistic.
My two frustrations with this litter are the price (oof!) and its seeming inability to neutralize odor. It does respectably on urine odor, but does nothing for the feces odor. Fortunately I've found it to be largely dust free (ESPECIALLY compared to ScoopAway, which preceded Cat Attract), which is good for my allergies. It clumps decently, but not as well as other, cheaper brands do.
It definitely does what it's advertised to do, though, so overall I definitely recommend giving this a shot. Be sure to start with all-new litter boxes, though, since old boxes have a way of retaining odor.
February 26, 2014
Didn't work for my cat
After reading reviews went out and purchased this product for my male cat who stopped using the box about 6 months ago, took him to the vet, there is nothing wrong with him to cause this. It's been a week he still hasn't used the box, he has 2 boxes that I put the cat attract litter in and placed the boxes in areas where he has gone on the floor. This litter is expensive but the money back guarantee was what prompted me to try it, so how do I get my money back?
February 22, 2014
This Litter Saved My Emma kitty!!!!
I have 2 cats. One I have had for 9 years and the other I adopted in October of 2013. Up until my dog died everything was fine with both cats sharing one litter box. When my dog passed away in December 2013, the older cat began peeing on our bed (due to stress) that I researched from the dog dying. Emma shortly after began doing it too and I had always cleaned up the mess and sprayed it down with a special cleaner that took away any smell. I started giving my older cat extra attention and in a few days the bad behavior stopped. Emma kept peeing on our bed about every couple of days and then peed on my husband one morning while he was sleeping in the bed and also peed on my daughters bed. Up until now, I was using Arm & Hammer multi cat litter with only one box. I went out and bought another box but that didn't work. My husband was just about ready to take Emma back to the animal shelter because of all the peeing on the beds. I researched more and found 2 books that were very helpful.....The Cat Whisperer and Starting from Scratch. Both books recommended this litter. This was my last chance to fix the peeing problem. I got a third litter box and put it in my dining room and filled it with the Cat Attract litter. Emma quickly went over and peed in the box. It has been 1 week since I got this litter and Emma has been going in the box and has had NO episodes of peeing anywhere else. The funny thing is, I didn't change the litter in the other 2 boxes at first and neither cat would go anywhere else but the new box in the dining room. I changed the litter in one other box and Emma has used it a few times. I read all the reviews here before getting the litter because it is expensive....I paid 29.99 for a 40 lb. bag at Petsmart but it was totally worth every cent. This litter is incredible and totally works. It stays together to make scooping so easy and there is no smell. I have been cleaning the box twice a day like the books recommend. It stopped my problem before we had to get rid of our beloved cats. I will never use any other litter than this litter for as long as I have these cats.
January 25, 2014