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Precious Cat Ultra Premium Clumping Cat Litter
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- All natural
- Hard clumping
- 99.9% dust free
- Superior odor control
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Size: 40 pound bag | Package Type: Standard Packaging
Wash your hands thoroughly after handling the litter box. Properly disposing of urine clumps and cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains.
Place about three inches of preciouscat ultra into a clean dry litter box. Scoop our clumps and solid waste daily and throw in trash do not flush. Add precious cat ultra as needed to maintain three inches. This depth allows your cat to dig and cover their waste naturally.
Top Customer Reviews
To compare to other brands:
World's Best is natural, flushable, non-toxic, and clumping. However, if you live in a small house or apartment the smell will get to you. The litter box will smell like vomit even after a couple uses. I have never used Swheat Scoop, but I heard it's a little better with smell than World's Best.
Fresh Step, Tidy Cats, Premium Choice, and Petco's store brand are decent, but each has disadvantages like dust, or clumps breaking apart or turning into sticky mud. They're relatively cheap however, so this is a major advantage for those on a tight budget.
Crystal litters have amazing odor control, last awhile, and don't track. There isn't a single clumping litter that doesn't track. The problem, however is with diarrhea or loose stools. You'll end up throwing away a ton of litter since the crystals don't clump. Not all cats will use the crystals, and some people are also worried about health effects from the silica dust, though companies that produce the litter claim it is non-toxic.
Cedar, crushed pea, pine cone, and cellulose litters all have their own problems. The crushed pea litter is basically dust in a bag.Read more ›
At first, after coming from almost a pure dust-based litter like Scoop-Away, this product was a blessing. I tried it, the corn/wheat based stuff, other synthetic types, and as I whittled down which litters were the best, this one, by far, was the absolute best when it came to odor, dust, tracking, and general enjoyment (I don't really say that with a straight face, as litter boxes are anything but enjoyable, but Precious Cat made the daily job far, far more enjoyable than before).
Three months ago I was finally ready to leave a glowing review, but then suddenly the litter that started arriving regularly from Amazon was the same bag, but the contents seem to have cheapened. This litter is now almost as dusty as the stuff I used to use, and this is a huge problem. The minimal tracking qualities of this litter has also shifted, and where I could do little easy spot cleanups daily as I cleaned the boxes, I now have to vacuum every other day as this stuff is all over the house (it's not pleasant to find it UNDER the fitted sheet on a bed, since the cats love to get on the bed before it gets made when we change the sheets/blankets).
The odor control is no longer 'control' but more like 'non-existent'.Read more ›
We have 2 cats that have cystitis. If anyone knows about that, it can be a real bummer when it comes to them needing to use the litter box. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't. Then we found that one of our cats has asthma. I started to do research on asthma and found that a lot of times litter and dust from the litter can wreak havoc on an asthmatic cat. Well, in my search to find the PERFECT litter so that our little boy could breath better without having to take steroids constantly, I came across some information that because a lot of litter has silica in it, can actually CAUSE respiratory problems!! I have noticed in our other cats that they ALL have some sort of coughing, or wheezing going on!! Now I know why!!!
So, there were several litters out there that were just so-so. Then I came across this one...when I was almost ready to give up! I swear it just popped onto the screen and I thought "oh, what's this one??" Cats do NOT like perfumey smells in their litter. They also do not like citrus smells. (try taking an orange out and cutting it up and put it near the cat...he'll RUN!...oh, this is also good to put in areas where they may spray...it will keep them from going back. Anyway, that is one thing they don't like is for their litter box to have a scent. Therefore, when this one popped up, I took a look at all the reviews and wow...most of them were all 5's!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using this litter for several years. It clumps very tightly and is very low odor. There is some dust - it is clay based. Read morePublished 13 minutes ago by joyceC
I have bought this about 3 times now, you get quality and quantity without sacrificing price. It clumps like the expensive stuff and doesn't have an overpowering perfume smell. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Caitlyn
The product arrived on time. I've used it for a few days now and it's easy to clean. The clumping is better than the other brands that I've used. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Early Winter
We use this with our litter robot and are completely sold. We have tried them all... and I mean all that the pet store (petco, petsmart) had. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Eric B.
I switched to precious cat from tidy cats because I had read it was much less dusty. This is true and I love it for this fact. Read morePublished 1 day ago by J. Cantrell