- Product Dimensions: 16 x 13 x 4 inches ; 5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 6.1 pounds
- ASIN: B01M6B9XXJ
- Average Customer Review: 778 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,735 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
CatSpot Litter, 100% Coconut Cat Litter: All-Natural, Lightweight & Dust-Free
- One, 5-lb bag of CatSpot, has the same absorbency as 20 pounds of clay litter!
- CatSpot is an all-natural, non-clumping litter that does not contain the nasty chemicals clumping litters do
- Zero Chemicals: All-natural with no added fragrances.
- Lightweight: Don't lug home heavy litter ever again.
- Hypoallergenic: Dust-free with no clumping agents or toxic clay.
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Litter as Mother Nature Intended
Our litter is made with one simple ingredient: coconut!
And that's it. No harmful allergens or chemicals for your feline friend here. CatSpot is a 100% all-natural product that's both odor-eliminating and hypoallergenic. And it's manufactured right here in America!
Our litter is safer for them and easier for you.
Litter from 100% Coconut
That means zero chemicals, no dust, lightweight and incredible absorbency. In fact, one 5-lb bag of CatSpot has the same absorbency as 20 pounds of clay litter!
Litter that is good for the Earth.
Mother Nature is a beautiful thing.
That's why we believe in working with her and not against her. Our cat litter comes from the earth and goes right back to it. That means zero chemicals and zero waste back into our landfills.
CatSpot litter is easy to use
Layer CatSpot litter 1.5 - 2" in depth over litter box.
Remove solids from litter daily, and stir litter to help coconut absorb liquids.
After 15 days of use, empty litter box in the yard, flower beds, or compost bin.
Size: 1 Bag
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I am noticing an odor after a few days with both cats using the same litter box. I last changed the litter a week ago. The suggested change schedule is about 15 days. Maybe with one cat, but with two using it there is an odor after 7 days. I will keep at it to see if I can find a happy medium for how much litter to use and how long it lasts.
March: final decision, not happy with it. What I have noticed is the Human might not notice the odor from way up there, but down by kitties nose it stinks - sour smell, I even added baking soda. I ended up changing out the box once a week and would be too expensive on that replacement schedule for me.
Texture: Small, shaved bits of coconut shell. Very light. Not harsh on a cat's paws as all.
Tracking: Because it's so light, it does track easily. However, my cats at least had no issue tracking their clay litter all over the house. The amount tracked does not bother me too much, and most of the tracking is limited to the room where their litter boxes are kept.
Function: Works well. I cannot speak for those who have diabetic cats, but the litter has no issue absorbing my cats' urine. Just stir to disperse after the cats use the litter box. I keep my boxes about 1/3 full, and I change them out roughly every 2 weeks (more often or less often depending on how many boxes I have out for them at a given time).
Transition: My cats had no qualms transitioning to their new litter. Because they hate change, I did it very slowly over a 3-4 week period, but when I finally transitioned to 100% CatSpot, there were no issues or litter box incidents.
Smell: Once it starts to smell, that's the signal to dump it and pour new litter. Other than when the litter is past-due, I don't really notice much of a smell. When my mother visited after I transitioned them to the new litter, she said that the apartment smelled much better (apparently she never liked the smell of the Dr. Elsey's, but didn't tell me that!)
Acquisition: You have to order it through them directly. I bought the first bag on Amazon to try it, then signed up for their delivery service. They recommend two bags per month for two cats, and this is more than enough for me. I have several extra bags stockpiled because my cats don't need the full two bags per month.
Price: If you subscribe to their monthly service, it's $15 per bag. For my two-cat plan, that's $30/month. Yes, it's more expensive than litter you can buy at a grocery store, but there are no added perfumes or chemicals and it doesn't smell as bad as cheap litter. Especially if you have an allergic cat like me, you become accustomed to having to pay a bit more for peace of mind.
Acquisition: You have to order it online. I was reluctant at first to try it, sight unseen, but I'm glad I did. Now I get it delivered to my apartment and don't have to dread going to the store to pick up a 20 lbs. box of litter to lug home. The bags are very light. When you sign up for the subscription, you get a monthly reminder that your subscription is about to renew, and another email when it's shipped. Litter takes about 3-4 days to reach me in California. You can order extra bags if you need to on top of your subscription:
TL;DR: Works for me with my two cats. My one cat is severely allergic to everything under the sun, and at a minimum this does not set off her allergies (hard to say 100% if it helps because she is allergic to so many things). Price is probably the biggest pitfall, but because I transitioned from an expensive litter (Dr. Elsey's respiratory relief) to CatSpot, the slight price jump isn't a big issue and the benefits of CatSpot (less smell, not clay, non-clumping) outweigh this drawback.