Pros: Low dust, better odor control, great clumping
Cons: Very dense, a bit pricey, bag is not resealable
Well, she's gone from using the box, not using the box (repeat three times), and is currently not using the box for a couple weeks. Now she's on Prozac - crossing my fingers that works!
Anyway, aside from that, I still really like this litter for entirely different reasons. I absolutely LOVE how low the dust is. I was very apprehensive about putting a litter box in my room for this reason. I still remember pouring the 40-lb bag into the 30-gallon-bin-turned-litter-box and being shocked at how there was virtually no dust! I use Fresh Step for the other litter boxes and by comparison, it's a breath of fresh air - literally.
I listed the density as a con, but I don't think it's such a horrible thing. I think that's part of the reason it's not so dusty. It's less powdery than the Fresh Step. However, it does make the litter feel much heavier when scooping, so make sure you have a hardy scooper that won't break easily. It also makes the 40-lb bag seem like it's 60 lbs, lol.
One of the really big pluses I've discovered, however, is how much better it is at the odor control! I don't mean in the sense that you can just not scoop the litter box for a week. But in the sense that when you scoop it, the pee patties don't reek. The Fresh Step leave them smelling like this awful combination of Fresh Step and pee - yuck. But no smell with the Cat Attract. Plus, the pee patties don't seem to break apart nearly as easily with Cat Attract.
On the other cons - it is a bit on the pricey side. 40 lbs is $22.39, and 42 lbs of Fresh Step is anywhere between $14-17. I still think that Cat Attract is the better deal, for all the things I mentioned. Plus, and it could be my imagination, but it seems to just last longer. Like it takes less litter to clump or something. My other "beef" if you will is the fact that the bag is not resealable. Apparently, some cats are so attracted to it that they will pee on the bag if you open it and then leave the open bag out! I keep mine in a closet that they can't get to, and always use half of the bag at a time, so it's not a huge issue.
Anyway, I would recommend this stuff whether or not your cat is having litter box issues.