World’s Best Cat Litter Review – good stuff!

World's Best Cat Litter Review, Cat Litter reviews, Cat supplies

I am sure you have noticed my “fur-babies” in my sidebar.  Though they are adorable, they can be quite…ummm…stinky!  I have sampled all kinds of cat litter, and was recently sent World’s Best Cat Litter to try out for myself.  Well not for me to try out, but my cats.  I am just writing the review.

When it comes to controlling cat odor, there’s no such thing as “good enough.” With a patented odor-control and clumping formula, World’s Best Cat Litter™ is scientifically proven to deliver:
Unsurpassed odor control
Compact clumping on contact
Long-lasting use
100% natural and safe solution for pets, people, and our planet
Since 1998, there’s been nothing else on the market like it. With HIGHLY SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE, proven benefits, and 100% all-natural ingredients, World’s Best Cat Litter™ is the only litter that can call itself “the best.”

Today, World’s Best Cat Litter™ is produced by GPC Pet Products in Muscatine, Iowa. Our clumping cat litter enterprise was founded on more than sound science. It was founded on a love for cats—indeed all pets—a respect for our communities and a responsibility to our planet. That is why we’re committed to giving to programs that further and enhance human-pet relationships, community viability and earth-friendly sustainable practices.

One of my least favorite chores is changing the litter boxes.  There is nothing pleasant about it, but it is something I have to do – I made the choice to make three of my kitties strictly indoor cats.  I tried store brand litter only one time and I will never do it again.  I need something strong and effective to handle the odors that these little buggers leave behind.

I was surprised to learn that World’s Best Cat Litter is made from whole-kernel corn.  Who knew!?  According to their website, that means their litter has a naturally microporous structure that traps in unpleasant odors (ammonia – ick!)  in every clump.

I found World’s Best Cat Litter to be very effective in controlling odors.  My house smelled fresher longer than with other litters, and that makes me just as happy as I can be.  My cats seem to like it too – it is much “softer” than other litters, and their little tootsies appreciate that!

Other benefits of World’s Best Cat Litter (according to their website) include: It clumps the quickest, it scoops the easiest, it’s pet and people safe (this is very important to me!), and planet friendly.  It can also be used in self-cleaning litter boxes!

If you would like to try World’s Best Cat Litter, you can purchase it at stores such as Amazon, PetSmart, Petco and others.  Make sure you check out the World’s Best Cat Litter Blog too for some really fun stuff and great information!

The opinions expressed herein are those of blog author only. I received product to facilitate this review/post. For further information, please refer to my Acknowledgment Policy.

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Comments

  1. •´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Mrs. Cox.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• says:

    Corn! Wow. That sounds promising actually… we use wheat litter currently. Next time we run out, I'll have Mat look for this. Thanks for the info!

  2. Lorie Shewbridge says:

    I'm glad you found something that works for your fur-babies and makes your job easier. If only we could train them to go in the toilet!! :-)
    I just love walking behind Mia and Nano with my little black baggies.
    We keep doing this because our fur-babies are part of our family and we would do anything for them.

  3. I might have to try this! Thanks for the great review.

  4. CatHerder says:

    This is the BEST litter i have ever used. I have 6 indoor kitties..one with severe asthma. I used to use a fragranced clumping litter that did an ok job, but was hurting the health of my cat. I tried the pine litter…worked ok, but still smelled….i tried the newspaper litter…healthy for the cats, but smelled and was hard to clean….so i tried this and WOW! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU….no more sneezing and wheezing (for the cats and US)…and it doesnt stink in here. Best stuff i EVER used..i tell EVERYONE that comes into the vet i work at! LOVE U!!!

  5. Dwalline says:

    We have two kitties, a rather large grey tabby, Harley, and a petite calico, Jewel. Jewel was having allergy troubles untill we switched her to a grain free food (we have found wellness to be the best), Since that both cats have less stinky deposits in the litter box. I tried the store brand litter once too, it clumped AMAZINGLY but it did absolutly NOTHING for the odor. I tried WBC a while back and rememberd it working but i think it was the price that made me not buy it again. I currently have half scoop away and half Feline Fresh. Its a clumping pine. Its super soft and not dusty at all! It doesnt clump as tight as clay litter but it actually smells good! I will probably try WBC again if i see it on sale!

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