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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
I posted a few days ago about being worried about what I had heard recently about clumping cat litter. I bought World's Best Cat Litter this weekend. I originally wanted to get Feline Pine Scoopable, but the place I went only had the small box and I wanted the bigger bag. They had big bags of World's Best Cat Litter so I got it instead. I also liked the fact that it's consistency is similar to the clay litter that both of my cats are used to.

Anyway, my question is how much should I put in their litter boxes? An inch or two deep maybe? I'm used to putting a lot of clay litter in each of their boxes, do I need to put a lot in with this kind of litter?
post #2 of 14
Just put in whatever you normally put in....3" or so. I have one cat who LOVES to dig in the litter, so I fill one box with about 4". I have one cat who doesn't like a lot of litter, so I fill the she uses most frequently with only about 2". So, whatever your kitties are used to is how much to fill it with.

Stephanie
post #3 of 14
I just put the same amount, ~2.5 inches. I would suggust that you not scoop RIGHT after they go though (if you do that already) because it takes it a little longer to clump really hard than the regular clay clumping litter.

Art
post #4 of 14
i like it deep 3-4 inches because it's less likely to hit the bottom of the litter pan and infuse the plastic with a urine smell. I have one cat and three boxes and WBCL lasts forever !! almost. I use multicat although it costs more I only completely change the litter and disinfect the boxes every few months.
post #5 of 14
I love it! I have two very unsmelly litter boxes. I scoopy daily and add a cup or two every 4-5 days to keep the level at about 3". I only completely change out the box about every 6 weeks to 2 months (2 months if I'm feeling lazy that particular time).

With 2 cats I find it is still cheaper than using clay litter which IMO is horrible stuff.
post #6 of 14
Thread Starter 
So far I really like WBCL. My only complaint is that it claims to have superior odor control, but I can still smell the litter boxes (I have 2) in my house. Before, when I used regular clay litter, I never noticed a smell. With WBCL I can tell when someone's been doing their duty (#2). They both cover up their business when they are done. Has anyone else had this problem with odor control and WBCL?
post #7 of 14
Yes, when I used WBCL I definitely noticed more odor, as compared with clay. Something about the poo mixed with corn, it just smelled different.
post #8 of 14
Thread Starter 
Yes, it does smell different, but it's stronger too. I can smell the poo smell throughout the house, with clay there was no smell at all. I'm thinking about switching back to clay because of it.
post #9 of 14
smell control the best I have found is feline pine scoopable ....
post #10 of 14
Agreed! the feline pine scoopable is really really good for the odour control. I will say however, that I'm almost finished my bag of the FPS and am going to pick up a bag of WBCL right after this so I can try them back to back....experiencing some serious tracking with this stuff.

I hate the smell of clay litter! its not that I can smell the poo directly, but it has such a dusty dirty smell to it, even when it's poured fresh out of the bag. I really notice an improvement in the air quality in my apartment since I switched back to eco friendly litter again.
post #11 of 14
That's weird. I always smelled the litter box when we used clay litter, and since switching to WBCL I only smell it if someone has just used it. I usually mix in some Nature's Miracle just in case.. but I didn't this time, since I was out of it, and I haven't really noticed a difference.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by wishiwas View Post
That's weird. I always smelled the litter box when we used clay litter, and since switching to WBCL I only smell it if someone has just used it. I usually mix in some Nature's Miracle just in case.. but I didn't this time, since I was out of it, and I haven't really noticed a difference.
I've had the same experience. I only notice an odour immediately after they use the litter box which dissipates quickly to no odour, somewhat like going into the human bathroom after someone has gone #2 - slight odour for a minute or so.
post #13 of 14
smell control the best I have found is feline pine scoopable ....
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So far loving Feline pine scoopable
I agree, it is a bit more tracking then clay, but great odor control
also I will not have to completely change once per week. I'm going
to change every 10 - 14 days not sure. So I am going to save dollars
here. My kitty is allergic to WBCL, good product just couldn't use it.
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Yosemite View Post
I've had the same experience. I only notice an odour immediately after they use the litter box which dissipates quickly to no odour, somewhat like going into the human bathroom after someone has gone #2 - slight odour for a minute or so.
Same here. You know when they've gone but it's dissipated/absorbed after a few minutes. I like the fact that it clumps without being very dusty. There's still some dust but it's not bad.
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