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World's Best Cat Litter, Quick Cat Clumping Formula
- Outstanding odor control
- Quick clumping and easy scooping
- 99% dust free
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World's Best Cat Litter delivers the gentle fragrance of natural wood fibers, but adds the natural absorbency of whole-kernel corn for outstanding odor control and simplified cleanup. Safely eliminate pet odors with the quick-clumping litter made with the addition of 100% natural wood fibers. World's Best Cat Litter is the only forest scented natural cat litter made from whole-kernel corn. That means it has a naturally absorbent structure that keeps nasty odors and smells inside the litter. More and more pet parents are solving their litter box problem with World's Best Cat Litter because it's the quick clumping and easy scooping solution that is Pet, people and planet friendly!
Size: 20-30 Pound Bag
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Top Customer Reviews
Timeframe: We've been using this litter for just over a month.
+ Very absorbent. I think it is more absorbent than the clay litter. Every dribble forms it's own little clump.
+ No dust. My wife used to wear a mask to scoop our other litter but it's not necessary now. In addition to health benefits, there is no dust to find it's way around the house and settle on every horizontal surface imaginable.
+ Very soft. I don't know if "silky" is the right term, but that's the word that comes to mind.
+ Cats took to it immediately, not that they didn't take to other litters, also. I just thought I'd mention it.
+ Very light. There is a lot litter per unit of weight.
- Price. 'Nuff said.
- It doesn't scoop itself. We still have to scoop it. :)
- I live in a studio apartment (550 sqft) with two adult cats.
- I am never as timely with scooping their shared box as I should be.
- I hate spending a ton of money on anything, especially on things my cats pee and poo on.
So put those things together with my five-star rating, and you should see why it's time to stop reading this review and getting out your debit card. The lavender scent is light and pleasant, the cats like it, and it's by far the best litter I've ever used. The end.
Original comparison below
Did a 25 day test w/ World's Best Cat Litter Clumping Litter Formula, Nature's Miracle Just for Cats Corn Cob Litter, and Just the Crystals Premium Crystal Cat Litter. I've also previously used Dr. Elsy's Precious Cat Ultra Premium Cat Litter and can offer a comparison with it as well.
(#1) World's Best: Clumps very well and doesn't track much at all. There is a small amount of dust, but the dust appears to have a large particle size and doesn't stay airborne, so it settles quickly back into the box instead of getting all over everything. There is a slight odor to the litter which is a little unusual, but it doesn't smell bad, and it seems to control the cat odor well. It's also light weight, which makes it easy to scoop. My four cats had no problem w/ World's Best. Of the four litters, this is the one I'll probably end up going back to. Some people look at the cost per pound and say it is too expensive, but it is less dense than the clay litters, and as a result it takes less poundage to fill a litter box. While I didn't measure this precisely, I'd tend to say the 28 lbs bag of World's Best goes at least as far as a 40 lbs bag of Precious Cat (or other fine clay litter), which makes the costs a lot more comparable (just don't overpay for the litter - some of the Amazon marketplace resellers gouge on the price).
(#2 - tie) Just the Crystals: I tried this litter based on the excellent reviews here on Amazon. It doesn't track very much at all (and given the large granules, it is easy to vacuum up when it does). It is easier to scoop than the others, as you just scoop out the poop and then stir it - you don't need to remove the urine. While that sounds a bit gross, it really doesn't appear to get wet, smelly, or dirty any quicker than the others. I was also really impressed with the manufacturer, who definitely seems to stand behind their brand. All of that said, while Just the Crystals is much less dusty than the clay litters, it did create a small amount of airborne dust while scooping. It wasn't particularly objectionable, but was more than either Nature's Miracle (which had none) or World's Best (which settled before getting very airborne). My cats also used this box less than the others, though they've never used a crystal litter before and likely just aren't used to it, which I can't hold against Just the Crystals. The verdict? I probably won't continue with Just the Crystals myself, but if I used an automatic litter box this would probably be my litter of choice. Price does seem a little bit more than other premium litters when measured by volume (not weight), but because you don't throw out the peed up litter, you still have just as much litter in the box after 3 weeks as you had when you filled it initially (versus the other litters where you're steadily throwing away litter as it gets peed up), which balances things out a bit.
(#2 - tie) Nature's Miracle: Basically zero dust, very lightweight (so it is really easy to scoop), and it also smells great coming out of the package. It does track a bit more than the others, though that's only a minor annoyance to me (could be worse depending on where the box is). The real problem though is that it doesn't clump well, and since the clumps fall apart, small pieces of old, peed up litter gradually build up in the box, which means it starts smelling bad faster. While I used Nature's Miracle for years, this is eventually what pushed me away from it. If they could fix the clumping issue, this would probably be my favorite litter because of the non-existent dust and light weight. The clumping issue is a fairly big deal to me though, and World's Best gets me most of the advantages without that major disadvantage. Per unit of volume this seems comparable to other premium litters - perhaps a bit less than World's Best or Just the Crystals - but you might need to change it more often to keep it from smelling bad, which could make it less cost effective.
(#3) Dr. Elsy's Precious Cat: Clumps extremely well and controls odor quite well. When I had a stray cat and her kittens, this is the litter I picked once they were of age to use a litter box (rather, I used the kitten version of it) because it seemed to control the odor the best for the longest period of time. It does track a bit more than the litters with larger granules (like World's Best or Just the Crystals), and it's fairly heavy, which makes it harder to scoop and change. The worst part is the dust though. As the litter ages, the granules seem to break down into smaller pieces that go airborne and make absolutely awful dust. The older it got, the worse it became. Scooping it would set off the smoke alarm in the room, and I had to wipe down everything in the room with a wet rag to remove the thick coating of litter dust. With one box in the past (prior to this test), it eventually got bad enough I felt like I had to cover my mouth while scooping it. I've tried their Respiratory Relief version as well, and that wasn't any better. I've also tried mixing it with a less dusty litter like Nature's Miracle, but that made little difference. Price per unit volume seems a bit less than World's Best or Just the Crystal's (more comparable to Nature's Miracle - maybe a little less than it too), but I wouldn't use it anymore even if it were free - can't stand the dust.
As for test methodology... All of the boxes were changed the same day. They were also washed before changing them using fragrance free detergent (I use fragrance free laundry detergent to do the boxes - it's mild, leaves no odor, and I'm sure won't irritate my cats). The litter boxes are converted from large Rubbermaid totes (I needed something with high sides as I have one cat that sometimes doesn't squat and pees over the sides of regular litter boxes). I scoop them once daily at night.
While all of the boxes are pretty large (again, they're Rubbermaid storage totes), one is about 50% larger than the others. Historically, my cats have preferred that box, perhaps because of the extra room. In this test, that box had World's Best, and, true to form, they used that box more than the others. That said, the box size may factor into that.
Also, I did not actually measure volume for the price comparisons. Those are very loose estimates based on how much it felt like I needed to dump into the boxes to fill them. At the end of the day, the price differences between them weren't so significant as to be the major differentiator between them.
I thought it was a great product. I've been using it for about three months now and I began noticing these odd bugs in the laundry room where I keep my litter boxes. I live in Wisconsin so it's cold, outside bugs die off and I've never had any sort of bug problem in my home until now. They look like a house fly but don't have wings. And they are a sandy tan color, not black like a normal housefly.
It's not like I'm experiencing an "infestation" but i see more than I'd like to... I didn't think it had anything to do with the litter until I a few popped out of an open bag of litter when I when to fill my litter boxes. That's when it clicked, the bugs started appearing after I bought this litter. Now I'm a little freaked out. Are the bugs inside the litter or are they bugs that were already in the house that I've never noticed that are now feeding on the corn granules?
Im a clean person. I don't think the bugs were here before the litter. I think these bugs laid their larva in the corn being used for this litter and they mature in your house.
I've got an entire bag unopened in the garage that I'm scared to use- has anyone else found bugs in their litter?
I'll change my rating if I find the bugs to have nothing to do with the litter