Cat's Pride Scoopable Cat Litter

Cat's Pride Scoopable Cat Litter

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27 Reviews 2.1/5 stars
26% Recommended
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Not crazy about this litter...I have 3 indoor cats & I can smell it when using "Cats Pride". My Fav litter has to be "Arm & Hammer" for multi cats. This may be cheaper but you get what you pay for. :(

This cat liter does clump well but it really doesn't control the odor.

I did not like this product. Did not control the smell.

I had a coupon for this litter so I tried it. It was very dusty and it did not have a good odor control. I will just stick to special kitty fron wal-mart or fresh step.

This is not good litter. My cats hate it & I hate trying to scoop it. It does not fight odor at all.

I hate this brand, but really like Walmar's Special Kitty litter

This cat litter is terrible. It's more dusty than your average cat litter and it does nothing to absorb the smell.

My two cats would not go in the litter box with cat's pride (I guess the were too proud to use the cheaper stuff lol). I have to use arm & hammer multicats and clean the box at least twice a day.

I'm using the Cat's Pride triple action complete (blue & red 20 lb container) and it works good to me. It clumps well and controls odor. I do agree it's really fine litter but sometimes I mix it with a cheap big granule litter (I didn't like so just using it up). I noticed the big granule kind stirred up more dust than this one. I agree with others Freshstep is my first choice and Arm & Hammer Essential is worst.

I really like this litter. We got our kitty in November and I tried several others. I like this one because it had fine granules not big crystals that get all over the floor. I found it really easy to scoop and it keeps the smell down too! It's really affordable and until I find something better I;ll stick with it.

I usually use freshstep and this is a good alternative for it. It has a good price and I can usually find coupons for it also. It can be a little dusty but what scoopable and affordable litter isn't? I use this often but I still use freshstep also, it just depends on which is the better buy at the time. One litter I WONT use again is Arm and Hammer. Horrible!! Clumps fall apart and odor is a BIG issue. I just stick to using straight baking soda in the boxes.

This is the absolute worst cat litter we have ever used! That is so disappointing because I had high hopes for it since it is a little cheaper then some of the other brands and there are usually coupons for them somewhere. The litter is very, very fine, like sand almost. When I poured it into the pan, there was a huge plume of dust that started filling up my basement. I was only a few inches from the pan, it's not like I was up 20 feet on a ladder, so that was a big turnoff. Very difficult to scoop, the clumps break apart pretty easily and then the pieces were so small that I couldnt get them with the litter scooper. I dont have time to be messing around trying to dig out all these pieces so this litter has to go. Between it being so dusty, and then thinking about the poor kitty who has to use it and their little nose that's only inches from it and breathing in the dust, and then not clumping well, I would say this is a no go. Big waste of money- 4 tails down from my house!