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Applaws Nature's Calling

Applaws Nature's Calling

4.2 from 38 reviews

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4.2

38 reviews
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  • Value for Money
    3.3 (6)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.7 (6)
  • Odour Absoprtion
    3.5 (6)
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Checkout Chick

Checkout ChickPerth, WA

  • 4 reviews

I have tried them all - this works

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I have tried them all. Seriously. Clumping, Non-clumping... the lot. This is the one I like the most. The size of the litter is small so easier for the cat to move it about. The clumps don't turn into concrete like some others. Clumps easy to remove and this stuff doesn't smell bad.

Purchased in March 2020 at Woolworths for A$14.00.

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Life changing

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We have 2 large indoor cats and recently tried Applaws - the difference is amazing , no more cat wee smell and it’s much easier to clean than our previous non clumping litter. Whilst We initially thought it was expensive , it has lasted much longer than others and will definitely work out cheaper in the long run. It does have an unusual earthy smell but it’s far more pleasant than the cat pee smell The small amount that may get tracked is easy to sweep or vacuum and doesn’t scratch the wooden floor. Would definitely recommend giving this product a try.

Purchased in February 2020 at Woolworths.

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Shane

Shane

  • 4 reviews

Smells bad and tracks a lot

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This litter stinks just when u open the bag. After the cat has done one urine a gross ammonia smell lingers and gives me a headache ... also it tracks a LOT, which is really gross especially because it smells even when clean. It is good at clumping and flushing, but I’m switching because the smell is giving me a headache

Purchased in November 2019 at Pet Circle.

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Leah

LeahSouth East Queensland, QLD

Not a fan of the smell.

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It really does clump well - so that's great and flushes well too. However - the smell - I couldn't get past it. It wasn't great at hiding the litter odour but the smell itself just wasnt for me. There was some tracking also, probably minimised because we have an enclosed tray. Our cat liked it though

Purchased in December 2019 at Woolworths Physical store.

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Gym junkie

Gym junkie

  • 2 reviews

Dont waste your money it's literally crap.

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Is gets stuck on the bottom and is gross to get off after 2 days - it's not the best odor suppressor.
To expensive - if it was like 5$ it's worth it but nothing more. Pretty poor product. My thoughts are that the reviews are paid reviews because it's crap.

Purchased in March 2019 at Woolworths for A$13.99.

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LinCan

LinCanACT, 2602

  • 10 reviews
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Best litter I've tried

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Paws awhile

Paws awhileAU

  • 3 reviews

The best cat litter I have used so far

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TaleyaJ

TaleyaJGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

  • 9 reviews

Great Stuff

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we'd actually grabbed a bag a few months ago as a "backup" in case we ran out of the usual stuff, and welp, that happened. Immediately noticed this stuff clings far less than catalux, much easier to clean up if tracked (and tracking is massively reduced as well) and drops the fecal odour. Definitely moving now to make this our main litter - cats seem to enjoy digging around in it more.

I was surprised to read some complaints about it not clumping - usually that means you have too much pee and not enough litter. About 12cm depth does our three cats very well, and it clumps absolutely beautifully.

Mazey

MazeyWestleigh

  • 4 reviews
  • 2 likes

So-so performance

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purplecica

purplecicaSydney

  • 3 reviews

Best Kitty Litter ever!!

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This is the best kitty litter I have found by far! Clumps really well and ABSOLUTELY NO ODOUR!
Lasts forever with just a top up every now and then, composts well in the garden. There's a bit of brown tracking but there's tracking with all litter.
I'm happy to have found a natural littler for my kitties.

meganjoy

meganjoySydney Surrounds, NSW

  • 22 reviews

Hands down the best litter ever!

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CBones

CBonesPerth

  • 20 reviews

Best Litter We've Ever Had

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Wins over all other products hands down!

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Wen

WenSouth-Eastern Region, NSW

  • 5 reviews

I wouldn't use again

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I bought this product at Coles as it was a new line and I thought i would give it a try. It was $10 a bag. It is the first litter i have used that i could actually smell cat pee. It was horrible. I have never had this issue with other kitty litter and I've used a lot of different brands. I also noted that when i emptied it into the bin and then went to empty the bin later that day, the bin absolutely reeked!

jputting

jputtingMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 26 reviews

Very Bad Tracking Problems

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This Applaws cat litter is good at controlling urine odour and is long lasting.

DO NOT believe the packaging claims in regards to NO tracking or minimal tracking of cat litter.

My cat managed to track this cat litter everywhere in the bathroom up to 2 metres away from his cat litter tray and did this with NO vigourous pawing or kicking of the litter.

Because of this serious problem I will never buy Applaws cat litter again.

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The best cat litter

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This is the best cat litter, it doesn't smell & it lasts for ages, we have 3 cats & it is very cost effective.

Best litter ever and tried them all.

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I hope they always make this litter as it is the best i have ever gotten for my cat. I used to almost pass out with the urine smell of other litters but this one lasts for ages. Despite the cost which actually works out cheaper in the end, i really hope that they bring out a bigger bag. Also wish that more retailers would stock it as I have to drive around a bit to find it.

Novaa

Novaa

  • 2 reviews
  • 3 likes

Best kitty litter I've ever used

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Excellent odour control & clumping. Cleaning with a scoop is super easy and there's no waste. You only have to get rid of the clumps and top up with a small amount of fresh litter. I have 3 cats and 2 litter trays in a special enclosed cupboard. I only need to clean the litter every 2nd day. I have never had to throw out the whole trayful and replace completely - always just top up.
The price seems expensive at first glance but I've found it cheaper than the really basic "home brand" clay litters because you use so little.

Mary Hasmeinabox

Mary HasmeinaboxAU

  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

Best litter ever!

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I haven’t found it to be dusty, on one occasion one of the bags had slightly more dust than the others. No tracking past my mat or towel I have down. Really effective odour control, I scoop every few days. Awesome clumping, just don’t be super rough with the clumps, obv. One cat, I buy two bags each top up and it lasts ages. Well worth price, Coles is the cheapest place to get it for anyone interested, unfortunately they only have small bags now - still cheaper than other places though.

Digga35

Digga35Melbourne

  • 2 reviews
  • 3 likes

Disappointing considering all the good reviews.

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I thought I would try something that is available in the supermarkets, although it is very expensive considering it doesn't last very long! I expected better from all the reviews that I have read. Just the colour and the dust alone is horrible and it tracks brown stuff all over the house. Clumping is not very good either. Odour removal is only just a little better than clay, as I can still smell the urine when I walk into the laundry. Yes I used it as instructed. No, I won't be bothering with this again. I am going back to WonderWheat cat litter which is better value after using this, and totally gets rid of the odour, it's flushable and made from wheat grain.

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Questions & Answers

Helen A.

Helen A.asked

Are you able to advise if the Applaws Nature’s Calling cat litter is safe if ingested by dogs please ?

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Mary Hasmeinabox

Mary Hasmeinaboxasked

Is it really that dusty?

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Canny Customer
Canny Customer

Hi Mary - in my review I mentioned "I don't notice any tendency towards dustiness" because one of the other reviewers felt that the bag of litter she tried was rather dusty. You do get a little bit of tracking of the litter around the vicinity of the tray due to little pieces sticking to the cat's paws, but I think that would apply to any type of litter you used. Some of the granules are small, so the other reviewer may have viewed the tracking of those small particles as dustiness. Hope that helps with your query.

Riina
Riina

I find that there's a fine brown dust that builds up on every surface in my bathroom (it's not tracking - it's dust). I'm experiencing this less now that I'm careful not to shake it up too much when I scoop it, and also I feel like since I wrote my review I've noticed the product become less dusty. Perhaps I had an unusually dusty batch early on? Anyway - it's a very good cat litter IMO and that's the only downside. It doesn't track much, it contains odours, it's easy to use - I recommend trying it.

meganjoy
meganjoy

Hi Mary,
I'd recommend sticking to the larger sized bag. I find the dust is really only a problem with the smaller sized bag. It's possible to diminish the amount of dust by standing outside in a breeze and giving the tray a good shake (but don't stand down wind!).
I think the dust varies enormously between the big bags and the small bags. See what you think.

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