World's Best  Cat Litter

World's Best Cat Litter

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9 Reviews 2.9/5 stars
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I don't know why people are giving bad reviews I have one cat and I used the basic cat litter before and they where priced $3-$7 per bag and they all stink!!! I use worlds best once and omg I could not smell nothing whenever I scooped it and it's made from natural corn. One bag last a month for one cat there a bit more expensive but there's coupons flying around like $3 off a bag that normally cost 8.99

I have Persian cats with very flat faces, we are aggregated by most cat litters due to the amount of dust they produce. I am also not a fan of clay clumping cat litters as they can cause health issues in cats. I received a coupon to try this litter, so I gave it a try, I really liked the fact that it is all natural and made of corn, however, it attracts bugs. I do not know if the bugs were in the bag, but I had never seen them prior to using it, I have not seen any since either. The litter itself clumped pretty well I was quite pleased with that. It controlled the odors OK, no artificial fragrances added to the product, it just smells like feed. Overall it wasn't a terrible product just a little pricey.

Not for me. I liked that this was light and fluffy because it didn't hurt to step on like regular litter. I also dislike how light and fluffy it was because it got EVERYWHERE! It's messy to clean because it does not clump well, and i did not notice any odor covering. It doesn't bind the urine or prevent that strong urine ammonia smell. It may work for others but not me!

It works well and clumps great. My cat kept trying to eat it so I had to mix her usual clay litter in with it so she would stop. She was not a big fan of using this litter, unfortunately.

With five cats in our house, we are always on the lookout for great litter box products. When I first read the ads for World's Best, I thought, "Yeah, right!" But we truly have found it to be the best - lightweight, clumps very well, and controls odor beautifully. And I am saying this with the two litter boxes right next to my desk! It may cost a tad more, but if you are a multi-cat household like we are, this is definitely worth a try!

We have 2 cats and mix the single cat and multicat formulas. This mix works great! This is not the #1 product for odor control, but it does well for a non chemical litter. I loved Feline Pine but one cat was allergic and the other refused to use it!

a co-worker recommended this, so I went out of my ususal commute to buy it at a pet store, its' not the world's worst cat litter, but it's certainly not the world's best. I tried a 2nd bag and was just outright un-impressed. It costs a little more, too, but co-worker's claim that it eliminated all urine/etc smells, just wasn't true for me. I went back to whatever Target has on sale. Not worth the extra cost and the limited availability.

The only reason I tried this high-priced cat litter is because the company had a rebate offer. Buy a bag, send in the rebate form, upc from bag and cash register receipt. I sent all that in and they told me my rebate didn't qualify due to "incorrect information on UPC". Well I didn't print the UPC myself, it was on their bag, so if that was a problem it was their problem. They would not honor it. Besides that dissappointment, I used the litter in two cat boxes for my three cats. I scoop the boxes everyday. After about a week or two, the whole back room where the boxes are located started to smell like cat urine. I had to dump both boxes, scrub them out and pour fresh litter (Arm & Hammer) to get rid of the smell. This litter is horrible and their advertising is deceptive. It's also way overpriced for cat litter.

When my husband adopted Sophie for me, the breeder gave us a bag to try. I hated it! While I liked that it was flushable, I thought it stank up the bathroom and I clean the litter box everytime I walk through.