World's Best Cat Litter, Clumping/Multi Cat

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$0.00
Manufacturer
Worlds Best

General Information

THE ONLY LITTER MADE FROM WHOLE KERNAL CORN 110% PERFORMANCE

Details

Binding
Grocery
Brand
World's Best
EAN
0322591006255
Feature
PET AND PEOPLE SAFE
Label
World's Best
Manufacturer
World's Best
Package Quantity
1
Product Group
Grocery
Product Type Name
GROCERY
Publisher
World's Best
Studio
World's Best
Title
World's Best Cat Litter, Clumping/Multi Cat, 8-Pound
UPC
322591006255
Number Of Items
1
Publication Date
2011-01-18

Latest reviews

Purchase Date
2016-12-12
Purchase Price
$46.00
Pros: flushable, smells good(new and even when used, has good odour control), clumps great!
Cons: a little more expensive then other brands
I was struggling with using a pellet litter and was recommend to use this litter. 

I went to the store and bought it and I will never use another litter again!

I do know the price per bag is a little more the other brands but I  used a $36 bag of pellets in 1 1/2 weeks and that to me was experience and was not going to work, so buying this bag for $46 I can already tell it will be saving me money as it clumps great and after each scoop I do, the litter box is clean!

It truly is a great litter. solved the issues I was having with dirty urine soaked litter box using pellets.

I would recommend this for sure.
Pros: Flushable, clumps, clumps odorless
Cons: Expensive
I recently adopted a couple of shelter cats a few months back and have been using this product for most of that time. I wanted flushable litter to facilitate easy/quick cleaning.

While the litter doesn't eliminate stool odor, it does mask the smell of urine. I've also found it does have a corn odor fresh out of the bag, but it dissipates in a day or so and is not noticeable outside the bathroom. I've smelled plenty that remind me of laundry detergent, and grew up cleaning the old Johnny Cat clay (no thanks).

The key for me is its flushable, and easy to scoop and keep clean. I layer the litter thick, and add more weekly. On a typical work day I scoop out the litter box before I leave, again when I get home, then as needed. It's easy to keep up since it's in the bathroom, only takes a minute, and in doing so minimizes odors. Since I scoop out only what's necessary for up to a month, the extra expense is marginalized with its longer use cycle. I find a bath mat catches most of the tracked litter. A simple shake over the box along with weekly vacuuming/mopping of the bathroom floor and all is well. Used as intended, this flushable litter works well, saves me time, & makes litter box chores as easy as it gets.
Pros: lightweight
Cons: it tracks a lot, doesnt lock up smell
I paid a fair amount for this litter and I was extremely disappointed. My cats didn't like it, it tracks a lot so it was all over my apartment it stunk after like 4 days or less and after cleaning the litter box every day. Worst purchase ever.

Comments

i've used this litter and did not like it as you did, but i wanted to comment.
i agree with you, you HAVE to dump this stuff out every week and start fresh (at least i had to, i have 2 cats under 1 year of age). Although this litter lasts longer than conventional clay litter, dumping it out every week to refill the box kind of defeats the purpose for me.
 
I have used this litter for several years now and I find it really to be the "Best Litter Ever". Here in So Cal they do not want us to flush any litter down the toilet, so it gets put in the trash which is why I save all plastic bags I get anywhere (I have been using reusable heavy duty insulated bags for years). I even beg plastic bags from my neighbors. I have a Litter Robot and one other regular litter box that gets scooped twice a day (one of my cats decided after using the Robot for 8 years that she didn't want it anymore !!!), I have three cats and one big bag lasts at least a month. The regular seems to work better than the one for "multiple cats".
 
I haven't had any bugs in mine...and I am in south Florida, very tropical climate.  But I have heard that the corn attracts bugs.  I will take my chances because this brand is still the best in light of all the others.
 
 I just did a review on the newer form of WB, Advance Natural High Performance Clumping Pine....I switched because I was a little underwhelmed at the odor control on the other types of WB, given that I have a cat now that has been sick .
 
When everything was perfect, the other WB brands were ok for odor control, but my one cat has soft stool and was just diagnosed with diabetes, so despite my scooping a few times a day and dumping every two weeks, I still need more help. 
 
 The new type has much better odor control and I would recommend you try it.  Its the same price. If you look it up in the reviews, I just put a review up on it yesterday.  It clumps a lot better, too. 
 
Update:  I used to line the litter boxes with  black plastic garbage can liners and then put the litter in.  I thought it would somehow be an easier clean up, but I was wrong on this. 
 
About six months ago,  I decided not to use the liners at all, just washed the large plastic litter boxes thoroughly, then filled three inches with this litter in each box.  
 
I scoop twice a day, then put about one scoop of clean litter over it, to 'top it off.'  At this point, with my two large cats and one with IBD, I am getting 30 days out of this litter before I have to dump the whole box out.   
 
So I agree with the company's proclamation that you can get 30 days out of each litter box.
 
LOVE LOVE LOVE this litter. I'm a self-admitted clean freak and do a complete "dump out and scrub down" more frequently than probably necessary but in-between cleanings I love the fact that I can't smell poop or urine at all! I have 2 kitties under the age of 1 year old and they both have had long bouts of GI problems, unfortunately including diarrhea, at times explosive. Gross. But this litter has done an excellent job containing the mess and absorbs so much. It's extremely pricey but it's soft on their paws, clumps beautifully, smells fresh and I've never had a problem with it. (Some people have mentioned mold or bugs??) It's important to me that my cats use a natural litter, as I don't want them ingesting anything harmful when they go to clean their paws. There might be cheaper similar alternatives out there, but why mess with success? If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
 
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