World's Best Advanced Natural Cat Litter
Beats clay litter
I have used clay litter for over 18 years. After my last cat passed I got a new kitten. I went back to using clay litter,but as in the past,it was really dusty and tracked badly. My cat would sneeze after using her box.I was afraid that she would develop respiratory issues.The new box is kept in the living room and the clay litter smelled badly along with the above issues. I have been using this litter for over a month. NO odor! It does track some and there is a small dust issue(not as bad as clay). My cat no longer sneezes. I completely dump,clean and put new litter in the box every month.I also clean the box daily. The litter clumps well and my cat loves to use it. The good thing for me is that it is all natural and if she breathes any it should not hurt her.
December 10, 2014
Best litter ever, no dust, little tracking.
I have two very picky cats and they love a clean litter tray. This litter keeps me and them very happy. Easy to scoop, no dust and doesn't track like the clay did. Love it!!
November 25, 2014
Midnight the Menace's Advice on Litter
I wouldn't use my box until my woman brought home Worlds Best (for the world's best cat). I DO NOT like litter that is scented. Six of us use my box and my woman screams "NO SMELL, easy to work with clumps, flushes down the toilet!" When Oct. rolls around, I lose control and have to play in my litter box. My witch gets out the broom, sweeps, smiles, and then takes me on a ride - only since Worlds Best Happy Halloween from Midnight (I'll be giving out WBCL instead of kitty treats)
October 20, 2014
I switched to World's Best Multiple Cat Clumpimg formula from clay litter a couple of years ago and found it to be a superior litter. When WB introduced it's Advanced Natural, I gave it a try. What a disappointment. As others have pointed out in their reviews, the litter turns to dust within two weeks and sticks to the cats' fur and feet. At first, I thought I'd gotten a bad bag, so tried another one. Wrong--it turned to dust,too. There's now litter dust everywhere! I have two cats and use one large pan. I cleaned the waste daily and used to switch the entire pan monthly, as suggested. Now, in order to get rid of this litter, I'm going to put less litter in the pan, but dump the entire pan weekly, or bi-weekly, depending on how fast the litter disintegrates. When my remaining supply of this litter is gone, I'm going back to the original Multiple Cat Clumping formula.
October 10, 2014