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Nature's Miracle Just for Cats Corn Cob Cat Litter


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10-Pound
  • Gentle, natural corn fibers
  • Ideal for indoor cats and kittens
  • Lightweight, easy to carry, pour and dispose
  • Works great with automatic litter boxes
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Product Details

Size: 10-Pound
  • Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 4.5 x 16 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000634L7Y
  • Item model number: 5310
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (239 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,354 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Material Feature:  Biodegradable Warning
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Product Description

Size: 10-Pound

Earth clumping corn cobb cat litter

Customer Reviews

Controls odor and clumps very well.
Amazon Customer
I tried several other kinds and Nature's Miracle is the best.
Anonymous
Urine breaks apart when scooped, not clumping well at all.
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85 of 85 people found the following review helpful By J.I. Black on September 8, 2010
Size Name: 10-Pound
I had nearly given up hope of finding an eco-friendly cat litter that actually worked, until I tried Nature's Miracle. After a few weeks of using this litter with my two indoor cats, I am definitely sold. I've listed some pros and cons to explain why I really like this cat litter:

PROS:
- Controls ammonia and solids odor well. It may not be comparable to the perfumed, clay litters on the market, but it certainly outperforms all other natural litters and with daily scooping I don't really notice the cat box smell.
- Clumping. This makes cleaning the litter box much easier and, unlike some other eco-friendly litters, this litter does not stick to the litter box.
- Price. It's maybe not the cheapest litter on the market, but if you care about the environment and the health of your family and pets, this is definitely a good option. It probably doesn't last me quite as long as the package claims, but one bag still lasts a good amount of time.
- Eco-friendly. I absolutely refuse to use clay based litters that harm the environment and potentially harm my cats or my family, so this litter is a good choice.
- No dust. Even when filling the litter box there seems to be very little dust in the air from this litter and there doesn't seem to be any when the cats are digging and flinging litter everywhere, either.

CONS:
- Tracking. This litter is very light and small, so it does track very easily. A decent litter mat will probably catch most of it, but if you, too, have a cat that likes to shoot straight out of the box and fling litter everywhere, this may be a deal-breaker. I don't, however, notice any of it stuck to their paws or fur, which is a plus.
- Pine smell.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By E. Lawless on August 24, 2006
Size Name: 10-Pound
I work as a vet tech, and live in a tiny apartment with 3 cats above my hospital (as well as a cat-poo-loving Cattle Dog!). I've tried just about EVERY litter on the market, as I hate to scoop every day but can't stand smelly boxes, and I like to offer suggestions to our clients who have cats with inappropriate elimination problems.

I am only halfway through my 1st bag of this stuff, and I have 3 boxes in the apartment. I thought it a little bit pricey at first, but I can't believe how far it stretches. My cats have adapted well to it, and don't hesitate at the litter's scent (which I LOVE without it being overwhelming). A charity case cat that I have who prefers peeing on fabric than litter (ew!) has even been seen to urinate in the NM litter-- maybe b/c the texture is light and soft. All 3 cats actually did not bury poo in their clay clumping letter, but have started to with the NM litter, which helps a lot with the poo-eating dog (an added bonus!).

Even though this litter does track a fair amount due to the texture and light weight, I don't notice it any more than with clay clumping litter-- especially b/c my cats don't seem to mind walking on it like they did the clay. Since my litterboxes are in the bathroom, the tracked NM isn't nearly as bad as the tracked clumping clay-- first off, it doesn't gross me out on the floor b/c the little pieces still look/smell clean; second, it's easier to sweep up quickly with a dustpan (unlike those clay granules that bounce off everywhere); and third, because when I step out of the shower, it doesn't seem to stick as much to my wet feet, or if it does, it doesn't melt into that sticky clay mess.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Nancy Beiman on November 20, 2005
Size Name: 10-Pound Verified Purchase
I am a first time cat owner in a relatively small apartment with one bathroom.

Kitty was adopted from a family who used cheap clay cat litter in her box. I could not use this as it made me sneeze and feel sick in the back of my throat.

The cat absolutely hated a highly rated deodorized 'flushable' cat litter. In addition, the expensive stuff didn't stay clumped, and so the stuff broke up in the litter box, which got nasty and stayed that way. Kitty made every possible effort to avoid touching the litter and would first perch precariously on the box edge, then frantically wipe her paws on the side of the box, after the most perfunctory effort to cover up. So I got a box of NATURE'S MIRACLE next. It's made of corncobs. I have a moral objection to using cat litter made from corn or wheat, since I feel it is a sin to have animals use food as a toilet. Corncobs are all right, though; and it was claimed that the ground bits in this product were far more absorbent than the other types of litter. I was a little dubious when I smelled it... the pine fragrance is pretty strong when you open the bag,and I was worried that it would put the cat off using it. NO problem. This is outstanding. I won't go on too much longer, but when it clumps, it stays clumped; there is no odor whatever from the clumps, and everything flushes just fine; and while the cat does track a little out of the box (again when wiping her paws) it does not go far, and it does sweep up easily, as the other litters also did.

I can't recommend this highly enough. What a relief.
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