CatSpot Litter: Coconut Cat Litter, Biodegradable, All-Natural, Lightweight & Dust-Free
|Item Weight||5 Pounds|
About this item
- 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.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 16 x 13 x 4 inches; 5 Pounds
- Item model number : 43349-7178
- Date First Available : October 31, 2016
- Manufacturer : CatSpot
- ASIN : B01M6B9XXJ
- Customer Reviews:
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2018
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Advantages: 1- It is very light, so no lugging heavy bags or containers.
2- It is very soft and easy on my cat's paws which are sensitive.
3- This litter definitely controls odors very well.
4- Cat Spot is easy to maintain on a daily basis. You only have to scoop the poop and stir the rest of the litter so the wet spots get absorbed. No scraping the sides of your litter box to get the wet clumps of litter off.
5 - No dust. If you find it annoying to find cat litter dust around your house, that is not an issue with Cat Spot.
6- It can be disposed of in your garden or compost pile as it is made from organic coconuts, if that is important to you.
Disadvantages: 1- When the litter needs to be changed, you will know it, bec it emits a very strong ammonia smell. So basically, it controls all the odors of your cat's wastes until it starts to STINK.
2- It never lasts longer than 1 week for my one adult cat. With other litters, I would change the litter once every 2 weeks, but instead I'm doing it once a week with Cat Spot. The litter itself is not heavy so it's not a difficult chore, but it is a disadvantage to have to change it more frequently.
3- It is more expensive than other litters, so if cost is a big concern, this may not be the right litter for you. You can get a 28 lb bag of World's Best Cat Litter for $26 on Amazon and it will last for months. This is basically $18 every month for one cat.
Hope this is helpful!
I live in a tiny home with 2 cats and 2 dogs. Odor control is a must. I've tried every type of litter. This is the first litter that has very little smell itself. Just a light scent that is barely noticeable. That brings me to another point. It is light weight! Bonus points for that. My cats are pretty easy with the litter switch so I just changed it out with this and they took to it quickly.
I scoop the solids daily which others have commented about being dehydrated and this is true. I have to search for them because they are so dried up. I stir it very well and I do notice that the bottom is wet but after a few stirs its all pretty dry. Last night was the first time I added a bit more to the box because it took a few extra stirs for it all to appear dry. One of my cats is a big boy at about 16 lbs so he goes a lot. A week in before adding more litter with 2 cats I think is pretty good.
I live out in the county so I don't have trash service and have to take trash into town each week so the fact that I can just compost this is beyond amazing.
The only negative I have and why it only has 4 stars is the tracking. There is always litter on the floor around the box, more than with regular litter. I'm sure this is because it's so light weight and it's a trade off that is worth it to me. I just sweep it up when I scoop and all is well but I know this bothers others. Overall I'm thrilled with this litter so far.
I am not liking the amount of dust created by this. I keep an air purifier next to the litter box and since using this it runs constantly and I've had to wash the filter very frequently. I'm still using the litter at this point because it does work very well. However if you have breathing problems it is something to keep in mind.
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Silica based litter is best for odor control, but it's not sustainable. Paper based litter is best for comfort and easy cleanup. Tofu litter is the best allround but it's a bit more expensive. Skip this litter, your cats willthank you.
you are supposed to use it with a sieve like litter box like the trixie berto or the m-pets alexandria.
scoop the poop and flush it, filter the dust and throw it and keep the remaining pellets. look up how to use wood pellet litter before you purchase something like that.
The only draw back to this is that it doesnt disintegrate easily and the pellet size is a little small for the trixie berto sieve holes so it makes the process slow.
otherwise its great
2. Doesn’t bind solid or slurry poop
3. Absorbency of pee is bad
4. Break down into powder form after 2-3 pee
5. Since it’s broken down into powder format, cleaning is hell of a task
6. Can be injurious to cat or kitten, as I feel risk the risk of getting asthma for cat is high
Folks with kitten living in an apartment SHOULD NOT buy, as it will end up messing the house, as disposing in bathroom or scooping it to throw in regular sized bin used at homes ain’t possible
The downside is that it's pretty messy. This wasn't so much of a problem, since the litter is soft and unobstrusive. It just looks like someone dragged in dirt, and it doesn't have the "ah did I step on a Lego?!" problem that happens with crystal litter. It was a bit funny and concerning, though, when my cat started playing with the litter. Whoops. I guess they like the texture a little TOO much. This is also not the best option for automatic litter boxes, either, because it does get stuck sometimes.
The biggest problem, though, is that this litter is now out of stock and seems harder to get. That drives up the price and it's unfortunate. Paying more than $20 for litter is a dealbreaker.