Sunday, July 22, 2012

World's Best Cat Litter: Review & Giveaway



I love my cats, but one thing I do not love is the litter box. I hate the artificial way scented litters smell, the dust that clay litters create, and the excessive amount of litter my cats always manage to track outside of the box. So when I was offered a chance to try World's Best Cat Litter, and all-natural, made from corn litter, I jumped at the chance.

I was a little apprehensive about switching litters. My boy Boots and my girl Bruin are both very picky about their litter, and I was worried that this change would be met with protest. Odin, my sweet senior boy who was recently rescued from a feral colony, had yet to get used to having a litter box, so I was not as concerned with him. He did not seem to care what litter was in the box - he was perfectly happy to use the floor instead.

You can imagine how excited I was when Boots immediately took to World's Best Cat Litter. As soon as I had cleaned the box and filled it with the new litter he was there sniffing about, and used the box before I even had a chance to put it back into its spot. Bruin too, took quickly to the new litter without a single hint of protest. And then Odin, who had refused to use his box since we took him in a month before, used his box that first night! I wonder if the litter felt more natural to him, like the ground outside? Or perhaps it was because the litter was not artificially scented, and therefore more pleasant to an animal who was used to nothing but nature smells? Whatever the reason, I was beyond excited that all three of my kitties were using the World's Best Cat Litter.

One of the first things I noticed about the litter was how little dust there was when I poured the litter into the box. I had heard how bad the dust from clay litter can be for pets, and World's Best Cat Litter is virtually dust-free. Perfect for my Bruin and her allergies. It also keeps the area around the box looking cleaner, which is a plus for any cat owner. 

I also noticed was how easy the clumps were to clean. The litter clumps quickly after the cat uses it, and the clumps stay together making scooping and disposing them much easier. Cleaning the cat box is never fun, but at least now it is not unpleasant. 

Another thing I noticed was the smell. I had tried the World's Best Cat Litter Scented Multiple Cat Clumping Formula. It is scented using all natural ingredients, and I loved the scent (seriously, I considered pouring some in a bowl for potpourri!). World's Best Cat Litter also does a wonderful job of controlling litter box odor - with three cats this is so important! Except for the first few minutes after the cats used the box I couldn't smell any cat odors at all. I have a feeling that if your cat covers their mess (which none of mine do) you would not smell anything. The best part was that I noticed there was never any urine smell, even after using the litter for days, which always happened with other litters. 

World's Best Cat Litter is made from all-natural whole kernel corn. It is safe for pets, safe for people, and safe for the environment. It offers superior odor control and is longer lasting than most conventional cat litters on the market. It is quick clumping, making scooping the cat box quick and easy. The litter comes in three formulas - Clumping, Multiple Cat Clumping, and Scented Multiple Cat Clumping

Want to try World's Best Cat Litter for yourself? Well, you have a few options. You can take advantage of their First Bag Free rebate program (read my post here for full details). There is also a money saving coupon available for $5 off any bag of World's Best Cat Litter. Or, World's Best Cat Litter has been kind enough to offer three of my readers a chance to receive a bag for free! Just enter to win in the Rafflecoper form below! Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada and ends Monday, July 30, 2012.

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Disclaimer: World's Best Cat Litter provided me with a free bag of litter to try in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

81 comments:

Maggie Ann True Armstrong said...

My oldest cat, Fuzz is huge. And I've had to get the biggest litter box I can find so he wouldn't poo over the edges. EWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lena said...

I don't have any cats, but if I win, I'll donate it.

amy beth marantino said...

i am fostering three cats and the sometimes make over the sides of the litter box.

Jonnie (JB) said...
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Jonnie (JB) said...

Odour is my biggest problem

amyorvin said...

Litter tracking is my biggest problem.

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Joanne said...

Odor is my biggest problem.
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Malinda Jackson said...

our biggest problem is too many cats (4 adult females and 7 newborn kittens) and not enough litter, and litter gets to be expensive when you're on an overly tight budget

Nikki said...

My biggest problem is that I have 4 cats and two litter boxes, so it takes time every day to keep it clean!

Crystal @ FurKid Fosters said...

My biggest issue is the cat urine smell penetrating the plastic of the litter box. I don't clean with bleach but nothing else has worked to remove it. We replace the whole thing every few months.

Four Paw Savings said...

Crystal - try using vinegar. I rinse the box out, and pour a good amount (at least a cup) into the box with some water, and let it sit about 10 min. Then I wash the box as I normally would with dish soap or a paste made from baking soda and water (depends on what I have on hand). We have had our box since we got our kitties just over a year ago, and this has seemed to work well.

Anna Maloy said...

Lately, our cat has not been covering his poop very well. Gross!!!

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Robin @ our semi organic life said...

What a great giveaway! Oursemiorganiclife at gmail

Kat E said...

the special diet my cats are on make everything so smelly! always looking for something to keep the smell at bay..

Elisabeth said...

The smell is definitely a problem!

Elena said...

the smell is the problem because one of my cats does not cover his poop

dht04001 said...

it just makes the house stink, its gross
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Anonymous said...

My kitty likes to pee in only two spots in the box so it smells from time to time.
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flairshare/lollimom said...

Other than the horrific smell, the biggest dilemma is my 1 yr. old misses :(

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Crystal Stanley said...

the dilemma is always to find a litter that has some odor control but doesnt make me sneeze!

radeeolover said...

litter all over the house!
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Molly W. (infertilemommy) said...

Our biggest problem is the smell!

HannahAchrissmile said...

biggest dilemma is that my cat has decided to only scratch the outside of the litter box instead of the inside, to cover.

hannah K on the form

Anonymous said...

The smell is definitely the biggest problem.

kitblu said...

they track litter into my bed!

rachel b. said...

kitty loves to kick liter out the box

Megan Michele said...

my kitty has a horrible habit of kicking litter everywhere!

Donna George said...

Mine is how many cats I have and how often I have to clean the boxes

Cynthia Downer said...

Scattered litter

Diane said...

we have 3 cats and 3 litterboxes. For the most part they each use their own. Our girl cat jewel never covers any of her mess in the litter box, she just goes, scratches the side wall a few times and hops out. We need something that will clump fast and cover odors!

thescreamingmeme said...

odor is my biggest concern. i scoop the boxes every single day to make sure it doesnt smell, but i have three cats!

hazelflagg said...

My oldest Girl is the biggest dilemna, off and on decides to pee next to the box instead of in it.

Holly said...

My cat tends to leave a trail of liter after using the liter box

Charlotte Cramer said...

I'd get the multiple cat clumping litter.

Charlotte Cramer said...

My Milo likes to poop rightoutside the box - even when its clean!

Belinda said...

the smell!

jsmom said...

My biggest dilemma is the litter doesn't always clump as well as it should which makes it hard to clean properly.

Christy Maurer said...

The smell is my biggest dilemma!

Shelley said...

Keeping the dogs out of it.

Michelle S. said...

The biggest dilemma is that the litter boxes are always needing cleaned out.

Mystic Misha said...

The mess. The cats love to spread it everywhere.

JaraD said...

The cats knock litter out of the box

Anonymous said...

I have started fostering after a five year break from cats. It was a shock to see litter on the floor again. And the smell...

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Dawn said...

I hate the smell and the mess of tracked out litter

tweetyscute said...

My problem is odor control

theresa j

Wendy said...

A problem is tracking the litter out of the box.

Sherrie C. said...

Litter being tracked all over by my cat and odor! Not to mention my cat 'misses' half the time :)

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Junk Loving Girl said...

litter box digging is my biggest problem!

Jason said...

Always having to scoop and clean the litterboxes.

Georgina Meis said...

getting my kids to empty it often enough

michele timper said...

This is te only litter that I use now. I just loe it and so does my cat.

Anonymous said...

litter tracking--my male cat likes to dig like crazy and flings it around the room

pmj said...

The litter dust and the smell!

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AlbaThistles said...

I have 4 cats in my house; 3 belong to me and 1 is a foster cat. Since my foster lives in a separate room, I'd say the smell and that the litter is hard to scoop are my main problems with his litter.

Alana Vester said...

I have two cats that seem like they are always using the litter box. I don't want to get another one because the area that I have their box in is not that big.

helpful heather said...

the smell is the worst! heather.loftus@aol.com

Frugaldoodlebug said...

I don't have a cat. My friend Dar does. She mentions tracking a lot. She talks about having to sweep a lot, so I'd suspect tracking to be the problem.

Deb Anderson said...

Aside from the smell, my cat somehow wants to do her business right on the edges of the box and makes such a mess, then she paws at the box sides trying to cover it, which of course doesn't work. I hope this litter will help with both smell and clumping.

kyonac1 said...

The smell and the mess the litter leaves on the floor because it gets stuck in my cats' feet.
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Terri said...

My biggest concern is the smell.
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heather abbe said...

Our biggest issue is just the litter tracked everywhere! Yuck!

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Linda Kwolek said...

My cats biggest problem is the smell.

Laurie Morazan said...

My biggest problem is getting my kids to "scoop the poop".

Barbara Montag said...

Cats throwing litter outside the box - Thank you.

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Brandi Elam said...

Our biggest problem is the mess the litter creates.

Jade Higgins-Rouse said...

Between the smell or the "seeping"

wolfpup1 said...

The smell

Jenna Hesselink said...

my cat poops over the edge
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Laureen said...

Litter outside the box

dlhaley said...

Litter dust.

David said...

I would have to say the smell. :0 I think that is a common issue! Thank you for the chance.

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urine odor
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Cheryl G. said...

Litter tracking is my biggest problem.

skkorman said...

I can't stand litter "dust"!

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cw said...

smell

Nancy said...

Odor is a cat box dilemma!

Nancy
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Ashlee Sherae said...

Litter tracking.

Jenna Wood said...

We have a cat that likes to dig.

barkergirl33 said...

My biggest problem is finding a clumping litter that doesn't fall apart and smell sour. I have 5 furbabies & 3 boys are 20+lbs, so we run 3 boxes in my home, and each cat is picky about their style of litter. barkergirl33@yahoo.com

jadavis said...

Getting my kitty not to kick litter all over the floor!
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PR4GatheringRoses said...

Greybaby, the Queen of the nest, does NOT like to share. Be it food, laps, or litter box. She will make a MESS outside the box if another cat dares to use "her" box.

Terri P
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