Review: World’s Best Cat Litter

May 24th, 2011

I don’t often agree to review cat litter. I don’t like to disrupt an already happy match. I’ve been using Feline Pine for around six years now. The cats seem to like it.

Yet, it’s difficult to not be curious about a cat litter with such a bold name. Is it really the world’s best cat litter?

I can’t answer such a subjective question, but I can say that World’s Best Cat Litter is right up there with Feline Pine, and it’s worlds above dusty clay litters.

For review, I received a complimentary bag of World’s Best Cat Litter, Multiple Cat Clumping Formula. It’s designed with a natural plant material that offers better odor control in homes with multiple cats. (FYI: The multiple cat formula is now available at Target.)

My favorite things about this litter:

It’s totally natural. The litter is made from whole-kernel corn, after all. If your cat ended up ingesting some, no big deal. There’s no other natural corn litter like this on the market.

Zero dust. If there’s dust in this litter it’s too fine for me to see.

It’s earth friendly with no synthetic chemicals, dyes, or perfumes. Plus, it’s biodegradable.

And it clumps very well! With this litter, you can easily remove the urine the same way you can scoop the fecal matter. Plus, it goes down the toilet fine and is safe for septic systems. However, those living in California should be aware that flushing cat feces may harm sea otters.

The litter is also very soft, something I can’t say for Feline Pine pellets. While I need to use a special litter box with Feline Pine to prevent tracking of the sawdust everywhere, I haven’t noticed as much of a tracking issue with this litter. Also, the cats don’t make as much noise scratching around this litter as they do with the harder Feline Pine. Soft equals quiet, I suppose.

Odor control is good. I haven’t noticed a smell of urine, and this litter covers stool well to help control odor. However, I don’t expect any litter to keep cat solids from smelling. Cat poop should be scooped often for the best odor control.

To sum it up:

If you’re looking for a natural clumping litter, you’ll likely find what you’re seeking in World’s Best, assuming your cat takes to it well. Both of my cats used this litter without hesitation, and it’s easy to find in stores. World’s Best costs more than Feline Pine, but it’s easier to maintain (no messy sawdust to deal with). I didn’t test whether a bag of World’s Best lasts longer than Feline Pine, but World’s Best says that one 7 lb bag of litter can last one cat for a month.

If you’ve tried World’s Best Cat Litter, please share your thoughts!

(This review was originally published in 2010 at another blog I used to write. It was edited slightly for publication here.)

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