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Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract Cat Litter

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  • Hard Clumping
  • All Natural
  • Superior Odor Control
  • Helps bring problem cats back to litter box
  • 99% dust free
  • Great training litter (9.08kg/20 lb)
  • All natural
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Product Description

Size:20 lb

20 pound box Cat Attract, Scoop able, herbal essence attractant, hard clumping natural cat litter, Superior odor control.


Product Details

Size: 20 lb
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 8 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0009X49IC
  • Item model number: 003031
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,648 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #627 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

Important Information

Safety Warning
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.

Directions
Place about three inches of Cat Attract into a clean dry litter box. Scoop our clumps and solid waste daily and throw in trash do not flush. Add precious cat classic as needed to maintain three inches. This depth allows your cat to dig and cover their waste naturally.

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Size: 20 lb
My cat stopped using her box since late last summer. It's now almost May. We thought it was because of some crystallization found in her urine. We treated that with medicine from her doctor. She still went on the floor (right outside her box). I tried buying a new litterbox. I tried buying 2 boxes- one for her and one for her sister. I tried using a different kinds of litter (including World's Best and Feline Pine-which is awesome and I will eventually go back to). I tried using Feliway. Nothing ever changed. Eventually, I just gave up and bought puppy pads for the floor so it would be easier to clean up. I never thought that this stuff would work because the active ingredient is just "natural herbs", which to me translated to catnip and my cat couldn't care less about catnip.

Finally, when I called the vet back to get a refill on her Prozac, a different doctor called back and suggested that I try this stuff. What the heck, right? I tried everything else. Originally, I just bought the additive and added it to the Feline Pine 'cause I just figured buying both their litter and the additive was a marketing ploy. She didn't respond to that, so I bought the actual Cat Attract litter and added the litter additive. She has used the litter box now ever since!!!

I never write reviews. Even if I really love a product, I just forget. This stuff impressed me so much I had to let everyone know.
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Size: 40 lb Verified Purchase
Our cat was diabetic (it has since remitted) and had been urinating *everywhere* but in the litter box. We tried everything and nothing worked until we gave "Cat Attract" a try. We weren't expecting anything, but we were getting to the point that the cat was ruining the house (hardwood floors, walls, woodwork, wall-to-wall carpeting) and euthanasia was on the table.

From the first use of this litter, we have had 100% litter box use. This is the obvious benefit. The attraction is so strong that as soon as I top up the boxes, the cat runs in to use the fresh litter.

Along those lines, you also must be careful where you store the bag. If our cat can get to the bag, she will urinate on/in it!

The drawbacks are the price and the weight. It's not cheap litter--but it is better than the alternative for us. Also, this is the densest litter I've ever wrangled. The 40 lb. bag is not easy to handle.

It clumps well and neutralizes odors fine--like any litter, if you scoop it every day (or up to three/four in a pinch) it controls the odor well. After that, all bets are off.

It does track a bit, but it's not the worst I've used.

Overall, I am completely happy with this product and very happy with the fact that it allowed us time to control the diabetes and focus on that issue instead of ripping out carpeting and throwing away rugs!
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Size: 40 lb Verified Purchase
We have a cat that is 17 years old
We started to have litter box issues
Sometimes she'd use it, sometimes not

Our cat is an extremely stubborn old cat
we were at the end of our rope my hubby and I
Being our cat is geriatric, we were thinking some type of kidney function problem
BUT after a clean bill of health from the vet
(Turns out she was having marking problems due to other
feral (outdoor) cats that would sometimes get into our yard)
And as cat owners know, once a cat "pees" in a "chosen" spot they
Then think it's okay to continue it there

Our vet told us of the cat attract litter
and that the compounds in the litter actually
make the cat want to use the box and reduce stresses
for the urge of a cat to mark and such.(And even though we still get other feline visitors, outdoors)
It has been six months now and her outside the litter box accidents are a thing of the past.

It has been a life saver for us and our carpet.
If all else fails and you check your cat for possible medical conditions first
Try this litter it may help your situation too
Thanks!
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Size: 20 lb
I have to write a review, something I don't normally do, because this product has most likely saved my cat's life. I have been dealing with my now 6 year-old female kitty urinating on our laundry, carpet, etc. for over two years and recently, even pooping in strange places, despite two clean litter boxes. Lately, I have been considering having my beloved but problem cat put down- I just can't take the cat urine all over anymore. About two weeks ago,in a last ditch effort to see if there is anything else I can do before bringing my cat in to be euthanized, I saw an article that mentioned Cat Attract. I bought it at Petco for approx. $25.00. The first day, I brought my kitty over to the litter box with the new Cat Attract litter, petted her and she immediately seemed happy and was checking it out, then left the room. I gave her a few minutes and then placed her in the box and she immediately started scratching in it and then urinated. She has used the litter box ever since! I still can't believe it! All this time, the money spent on Nature's Miracle, etc., the frustration, and here is a product that immediately cured her. I wonder why my veterinarian and the pet store staff had never mentioned Cat Attract to me before when I complained about her problem. My cat does have a urinary tract problem, idiopathic hemorrhagic cystitis, which probably caused her to avoid the litter box sometimes from discomfort and then she got very confused. Fortunately, it seems that her disease has gone away but she was still urinating all over the place.
Please, if you have a cat with litter box problems, give this a try, it is worth it!
Also, I bought a storage contained (56 quart, about 24 inches long and 12 inches high) from Target after reading that cats prefer open litter boxes.
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