I decided to go with a completely different brand this time. I had heard mixed reviews on Fresh Step, but nothing bad about the regular Arm and Hammer litter, so I decided to give the Clump and Seal litter a try. My cats seemed happier with this litter than they were with the Tidy Cats Pure Nature, which was an immediate plus. I had been dealing with Lily having a UTI for a few weeks, and I was very happy that she seemed to like this litter. I knew it was a clay litter, and I might have to deal with some extra tracking that I didn’t have to deal with while using the Pure Nature. To combat tracking, I bought larger litter mats to try to keep some of the mess contained before I ever even opened the box. My first impression of this litter was that it is smaller granules than most litters. Most litters have a rougher texture, and this litter is more like sand. The first time I cleaned the litter boxes, I was in love with the clumping and sift-ability of this litter. Most of the excess litter fell through the slats on my scoop almost immediately. I barely had to shake the scoop, and the clumps were HARD. No clumps breaking apart at all. After a few days with this litter, I saw no litter sticking to my cats’ feet, and my huge litter mats were catching all the litter that was flung out of the box. The odor control was really put to the test this past week. Jefferson has been sick, and his medications are giving him diarrhea a few times every day. Immediately after he uses the litter box the smell is definitely there, but after a few minutes, I can barely smell anything. Cats are naturally smelly, and that smell is amplified when they are sick, so having the odor knocked down is a tough job. This litter is up to the task.
Tidy Cats now makes Tidy Cats Pure Nature Cat Litter. Use this to get a 12lb bag for $10.78. This 12 lb bag = the same uses as a 30 lb bag of clumping clay cat litter.
Tidy Cats Pure Nature Cat Litter, 12 lb Bag: $12.78
I got a coupon for Tidy Cat's Pure Nature litter.
I do believe we have landed on something we absolutely love, and it is from a brand we were already using. Tidy Cats now has a litter called Pure Nature. It is made with cedar, pine and corn. Those natural elements combine to create a litter that REALLY WORKS (we found that many “natural” litters DON’T get rid of the smell of cat business at all). takes care of it, though.
Price Chopper: Cheap or Profitable Tidy Cats Pure Nature Litter
I found Tidy Cat’s new-to-the-market Pure Nature litter interesting because of its blend of several popular natural substrates. The smell of this litter was overwhelming when I first opened the bag. I stuck it out in the name of experimentation, and I’m glad I did — I can tell you that the smell dissipates. After a few days, it has a nice, pleasant, woodsy smell, which contributes to odor control.
Buy 1 Tidy Cat Pure Nature Litter @ $12.99