Okocat Cat Litter
Okcat is just OK
I like that this is natural and not very heavy like the clay litters. There is no dust and my cat adjusted to it very well. BUT, it really does not clump very well and I end up throwing away some of the clean litter with the clumps that seem to break apart as I scoop.
The litter is unscented, so if you can not tolerate strong perfume, this may work for you. I don't think it absorbs odors as well as it should. I use a little litter box deodorizer spray every 2-3 days.
I prefer the pine litter as it clumps much better and has better odor control. I don't have to use the litter box deodorizer spray. But, if you are a person with allergies, this may work for you. The box says this litter can be flushed in the toilet, but I have not tried to do that.
So, again, this may work really well for some people. I actually recommended it to my daughter-in-law because of her allergies to dust and perfumes, and the ease of being able to throw litter clumps in the toilet, which she already does with the feces.
December 29, 2014
Superior quality litter
I've used many natural products as an alternative to the artificially perfumed clay litter, which I despise. It's terrible for you, your companion and the environment. This one is the best I have come across thus far. I was using Swheat Scoop, but this is a lot better. It lasts much longer, it's lighter and odors are non-existant, as long as you scoop often. There is also no dust to speak of either.
It may be lasting longer because I also put my two cats on a raw food diet, which decreases the waste they produce as well as odors. But either way, this litter has all the others beat by a fairly large margin and it even costs less.
September 26, 2014