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World's Best cat litter?

post #1 of 15
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I looked at several cat litter threads and noticed that no one mentioned World's Best cat litter; has anyone used it?

I saw a bag at the healthfood store I frequent and it sounded interesting - a clumping litter made from corn and w/o dust. Supposedly a 7lb bag lasts one cat for one month. Since I hate cleaning boxes and am thinking of fostering in the near future I'd love to get more info on this litter.

Any experiences?
post #2 of 15
it can bve great ... If you have a feed store they carry chn egg layer crumbles and corn cob litter( this is worlds best only not the label) both are a fraction of the cost and way bigger bags..
post #3 of 15
I use World's Best Extra Strength - (extra strength because we have 2 kitties) and we love it. Bijou's litter is in our bedroom and Mika's is in our daughter's bedroom and we have no odour problem. Except of course when the kitties are just going to the bathroom - . But that can also be said of any of us.
post #4 of 15
I like the corn litter -it's easy to clean, no dust, seems to help with odour, and environmentally good. But my cat freaked out when I first used it! So I have to mix it in with clay & wheat based ones so it's acceptable for him. Otherwise, it's the best type I've ever used.
post #5 of 15
I didn't like it. It was something about the way it smelled when the potty mixed with the corn. Yick. I haven't tried the extra strength version though. I use Swheat Scoop, which is the same thing except it's made with wheat instead of corn, and the smell doesn't bother me as much.
post #6 of 15
I have tried several different litters since bringing my boys home, and have sworn to not buy anything other than World's Best from now on. I hate the smell of the clay litters, and I want something flushable so I don't have cat poop stinking up my house. I just tried Arm and Hammer Easy Flush and will definitely not repurchase...the kits seems to like it better as they're using that box a lot more than the WBCL box, but I also have A&H litter ALL over my house. The WBCL tracks a lot less, and for me at least, smells better than any of the others I've tried. The only time I smell it is when they have a particularly stinky poo. The small bags are $1 off at Petsmart right now (at least they were a couple of days ago.)

Sharky can you flush the corn cob litter from the feed store?
post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by Waddle
I have tried several different litters since bringing my boys home, and have sworn to not buy anything other than World's Best from now on. I hate the smell of the clay litters, and I want something flushable so I don't have cat poop stinking up my house. I just tried Arm and Hammer Easy Flush and will definitely not repurchase...the kits seems to like it better as they're using that box a lot more than the WBCL box, but I also have A&H litter ALL over my house. The WBCL tracks a lot less, and for me at least, smells better than any of the others I've tried. The only time I smell it is when they have a particularly stinky poo. The small bags are $1 off at Petsmart right now (at least they were a couple of days ago.)

Sharky can you flush the corn cob litter from the feed store?
Yup...
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by sharky
it can bve great ... If you have a feed store they carry chn egg layer crumbles and corn cob litter( this is worlds best only not the label) both are a fraction of the cost and way bigger bags..
Is the corn cob litter the same as the stuff you'd buy in the rodents section of the petstore?
post #9 of 15
There are several threads pertaining to World's Best Cat Litter. I know because I made many posts stating how much I love the product. If I recommend the product any more, I should be considered a spokesperson!!

Anyway, I've been using WBCL for almost 2 years. I scoop every day and do a complete litter change every 4 weeks. I have never smelled urine since using this product. The litter is also much lighter in weight than clay and I noticed my cat covers up her poo much better. I've also been flushing the clumps down the toilet and haven't had any problems. I think there is a thread pertaining to flushing somewhere on TCS.
post #10 of 15
i use it too and so far,(3 days in) we like it. i was thinking of maybe switching to papurrr,(like yesterdays news except much finer and also scoopable) because you get about a 35lb bag for about $13 and because wbcl has an odd smell to it that i don't really like. better then poo i suppose
post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Sylorna
Is the corn cob litter the same as the stuff you'd buy in the rodents section of the petstore?
Yup... only most feed stores have it for half the price of petstores..
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by sharky
Yup... only most feed stores have it for half the price of petstores..
Indeed. I'll have to try that route. The local feed stores didn't have crushed corn around here. They tried to sell me some "cracked corn". Let me tell you, it's not the same thing. Cracked corn is dried pieces of corn that have been sloshed around in a barrel. The majority of the corn pieces are still whole! So remember folks....crushed, not cracked.
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Sylorna
Indeed. I'll have to try that route. The local feed stores didn't have crushed corn around here. They tried to sell me some "cracked corn". Let me tell you, it's not the same thing. Cracked corn is dried pieces of corn that have been sloshed around in a barrel. The majority of the corn pieces are still whole! So remember folks....crushed, not cracked.
Ask for egg layer crumbles... this si crushed wheat and corn.... The one s around here also sell some crushed at the area for bunnies..
post #14 of 15
We used WBCL as it came with three of our kits. No one seemed to use it much. and i didnt care for the smell. Blecky. We also used Yesterdays news which i LOVED but with 14 kits it was getting spendy.

So we found Wood Stove Pellets..just like Feline pine. only 4.29 for 40lbs
post #15 of 15
How is that Feline Pine? I have a coupon for a free 7 lb bag if I buy one and Walmart has it right now with 30% more free, so I could get two 9 lb bags for $4 or so.... Is it ok for the babies to train in?
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