Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 123
Rated 4 out of 5 by mleonhardt12 Does not track. Clean litter!
This litter works very well and it is better than the other litter due to it not having a scent. Scented litter can often cause issues with cats using their litter boxes and can irritate their eyes.
October 6, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Danielle It's ok
I bought this as I work in rescue and have several foster cats, it worked great just had lot of dust.
September 6, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by StaceyM Dusty and didn't cover up the smell
I bought 3 10.5 lb jugs of this litter from my local Petsmart and had high hopes for its performance. Unfortunately, it did not hold up to my expectations. I like the fact that this litter is all natural. It made me feel better about my kitty using it, but it was so dusty. I have never had a dust problem with litters before, but this one resulted in extreme dust that got everywhere! My kitty didn't mind using it, but it didn't cover up the smell like other litters I have tried in the past. My hope is that pro plan can improve the dust and odor control. I really want to like this litter. I think they just need to tweak the formula.
August 31, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jeffery Poor odor control, dusty, and messy
I bought 6x6lb containers of this at PetSmart, as they were on sale for 60% off and had a $4-5 manufacturers coupon attached to the container. As a result, I paid for 6 just slightly more than full retail on one. I don't know that I would do the same again.
Things I liked:
The litter has a pleasant smell, like softwood sawdust (pine, balsam, etc.).
It is very lightweight compared to equal volumes of clay litter.
In a plain tray litter box, given enough time, the litter clumps adequately.
I got a great deal.
Things I did not like:
The two young kittens we adopted don't like this litter. They tolerate it, but refuse to bury their feces (despite burying well in the clay litter they were trained on).
Partially as a result of this, the odor control is very poor. I can smell a fresh defecation across the house, and ammonia odor is very poorly controlled with this litter.
In a roll-to-clean type litterbox (enclosed, roll the box to the side to screen clumps and deposit them in a tray), the litter requires additional agitation to be screened appropriately, because it's so lightweight.
Dust. Lots and lots of dust. I'm not particularly sensitive to this, and have never even considered dust to be an issue with previous litters. This litter has copious amounts of dust. When pouring the litter into the tray, when rolling the box to screen the litter, when scooping a traditional box... dust clouds form. No bueno.
Tracking.. The litter gets everywhere and seems to stick to everything. It's as difficult to vacuum out of carpet (with a Kirby) as sawdust.
I've noticed that feces left in the box for several hours is covered in a pale, fuzzy substance. I'm not sure if this product is inoculated with some sort of beneficial fungus, or if it's just more dust, but it appears that some sort of fungus or mold colonizes the fecal material very rapidly. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but I'd like to know what I'm getting in that regard.
August 2, 2016