Precious Cat Ultra Scoopable Cat Litter - Multi-Cat

The best types of cat litter are the most sanitary, all natural, easiest to maintain and scoop, and most importantly, the best maskers of smells that we don’t want to have wafting all through the house. There are many different types of litter available for our feline friends, from pine based, clay based, and litters that can actually attract a cat to its scent to train them to use the litter box more easily. Many different brands produce these various kinds of cat litter.

There are various brands of flushable cat litter that you can get on the market these days.

I would love to hear any feedback you have on other brands or types of kitty litter. Please share your experience in the comments below so that other cat owners (like myself), can learn from your experience.

Purina® TIDY CATS® BREEZE® Cat Litter Pellets Refill

Listed below are some of the most popular flushable cat litter brands. World's Best is one of the most respected and popular brands of organic cat litters on the market. Made from whole kernel corn, it's safe for the environment. But is it safe for cats?

Fresh Step® with Febreze Multi-Cat Litter - Clumping

This brand is one of the best products to look out for if you want quality over quantity, as each product is packed with vitamins and healthy ingredients that will keep your cat healthy while going to the litter box. Also, with this brand comes a higher price tag, meaning that some families won’t be afford to purchase this kind of cat litter if they are on a budget. However, if you want the best for your cat, then we highly recommend “World’s Best Cat Litter.”

Top 10 Best Cat Litters Reviewed 2017 - buythebest10

This list features the best types of cat litter, including brands like Fresh Step, Mills Fleet Farm, Arm & Hammer, United Pet Group, Healthy Pet Corp., The Blue Buffalo Company, Swheat, and Super Pet. Vote up the cat litter brands your cat loves below, or add the brands of cat litter brand you think is the best if they aren't already on the list.However, some cat’s might never get used to a specific type of litter. If gradually switching cat litter does not lead you anywhere, you could try another brand, another type or just cope with the existing litter.If you're looking for an organic cat litter that clumps, is a top choice. This highly reviewed and highly recommended corn-based cat litter earns praise from many (but not all) experts and gets strong feedback from users. It clumps on contact with urine, so the litter box is easier to clean. It does a great job of neutralizing odors, though some say its large-sized pellets -- made of ground corn -- can be a bit dusty. The biggest downside is the premium price tag: It costs more than twice as much as your regular brand of cat litter. Many owners say you get what you pay for, while some aren't so sure. Picking a brand of cat litter can be tough. There are so many choices with so many different features. How can you possibly know which one is best for your cat? If your cat is , you might find it beneficial to set up several boxes with a different kind of litter in each. She may prefer a specific feel under her paws, or she may have a preference for clumping vs. non-clumping litter.