(Closed) Recommendations for a good clumping cat litter please!!!

posted 5 years ago in Pets
Post # 16
1782 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

We use Scoop Away for our 3 cats. Works great, no complaints.

Post # 17
1710 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I actually just use No Name and it works great!

Post # 18
202 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

They are so cute!

We have two cats and in a studio so my husband and I are very serious about having an effective litter regimen. I order Dr Elsey’s Precious Cat litter from amazon but I think they sell it as petsmart/petco too. It clumps very well and there’s no dust when I pour it. We also use natures miracle disposable boxes that are made with baking soda which helps a lot with smell.

Post # 19
3198 posts
Sugar bee

I use Tidy Cats Instant Action for two cats. It doesn’t really start to smell until 3-4 days of not being cleaned (two boxes). The clumping action is much better than other lines from Tidy Cats. I might have to try out Fresh Step or World’s Best Cat Litter after this thread…

Post # 20
599 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2016 - Charleston, SC

sweetchiquita12:  Not sure if this has been suggested yet, but we just switched to walnut shell litter from Blue Buffalo. It’s in pellet form. It’s a bit more expensive, but clumps the wet stuff pretty well and the solids are easy to pick out. It’s sometimes a bit annoying because the pellets don’t really fall through the scoop, so you kind of have to pick through it carefully. However, we haven’t had any dust from it at all, our cat doesn’t track litter out of the box with her, and it masks the smell tremendously!

Post # 21
818 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Commenting to follow! I’ve struggled with this for years and Darling Husband and I are always switching it up to find a good one…hate Arm & Hammer 😛 

Post # 22
9766 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

We use Tidy Cats and it’s awesome at clumping. Which means it’s probably full of chemicals that are slowly poisoning us all, but I guess the same could be said for everything. I want to try one of the more natural litters, but I can’t find any locally. I might try buying online.

Post # 23
1432 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

The World’s Best Cat Litter!  Seriously – it’s the best.  It’s made of 100% corn, it clumps, and it’s flushable.  It comes in a multiple cat formula too.

I believe that a lot of other clumping cat litters can be dangerous for cats because of the dust and can create blockages and intestinal distress because they also ingest it while cleaning their paws.  The natural clay in clumping cat litters expands when wet, and can also create cement-like clumps that can block your pipes. 


Post # 24
2699 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

I hate clumping I use fresh step crystals it’s a bit more expensive than clumping but it completely controls odor for much longer. I also use a booda dome

Post # 25
4552 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Apparently, I’m the only one who has had a good luck with Arm & Hammer? We only have one cat, but we use Arm & Hammer Clumping, Multi-Cat formula. We haven’t had an odor issues, but our cat is crazy about burying everything excessively and we try to scoop the litter box every day.

I’ve tried the new Arm & Hammer Clump and Seal, though, and it definitely didn’t work. Tidy Cats didn’t work for us either, for some reason.

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