3Applaws Nature's Calling

Applaws Nature's Calling

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3Applaws Nature's Calling
4.1

48 reviews

PositivevsNegative
71%10%19%

Dust Production
  • Small Amount
  • Moderate Amount
  • Large Amount
Litter Tracking
  • Small Amount
  • Moderate Amount
Value for Money
3.4
Cleaning & Maintenance
3.8
Odour Absoprtion
4.0

Reviews

48 reviews
48 reviews
Ray L.
Ray L.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
 

No longer a quality producr

We have used the product for 7 years and our cat did like it. Apart from the issues on supply and price over the last year or two, we have found a definite fall in the quality.
It no longer clumps as it used to but leaves wet patches and difficulty keeping the tray clean.
Very disappointed Show details
Cleaning & Maintenance
Fergus the Cat
Fergus the Cat
 

Great product, but unconscionable price hikes

Applaws litter is the best I’ve found. But recently they have cut options from 2.7kg, 6kg and 12kg bags back to just the 2.7kg bag, and the price has nearly doubled. I used to buy 12kg for $65 and now I can buy 5x2.7 kg (13.5kg total) for $109. Even with rising costs it is disgusting. I’ve switched, using a high quality litter like this isn’t worth it - it’s just toilet bedding. Show details
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Cleaning & Maintenance
Odour Absoprtion
Neil
Neil
 

Stock issues

This great cat litter . It's lightweight , traps odours and has minimal if any tracking . Biggest issue is supply . Very hard to find . Petstock don't seem to stock it anymore . Was buying expensive 2.7kg bags from Woolies , they also seem to be having stock issues . maybe time to look at something else :-/ Show details
Cleaning & Maintenance
Odour Absoprtion
Rachel
Rachel
 

Great litter, great for the environment and your nose!

We have used several cat litter products and found this to be the best. With minimal tracking and it doesn't smell. I really like the fact it is biodegradable and made from walnut shells. Show details
Bridget
BridgetGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
 
Value for Money
Odour Absoprtion
Kerry
KerryWide Bay-Burnett, QLD2 posts
 

Nature’s Calling has it all in my opinion

This is by far the best cat litter I have ever used, and will continue to use only this. I’ve got a mat down for tracking, not a problem. I also put the light on . Show details
Emily
EmilySouth West, QLD3 posts
 

Works well but tracks

It's a pretty fine litter so I found that it did track around the bathroom, didn't seem to get further than ~2m from the door though so manageable.
No concerns with the smell after about 10 days with 2xday scooping clumps and poops.
Hot tip if you have poor vision, this is not the litter for you, so hard to see the poops haha! Show details
Rebecca N.
Rebecca N.Mid North Coast, NSW4 posts
 

Love this litter but what about the packaging?

This litter has been my favourite out of a long line of litters. It clumps better than other litters I’ve tried, is very good with odour. I haven’t found it everywhere... my only issue is... The packaging. Is it recyclable? Is it sustainable? There is nothing on there and it takes away from the product. Dear makers of this product is your product packaging sustainable too? This is the question we want to know! Show details
Odour Absoprtion
Dee
DeeIllawarra, NSW4 posts
 

My cat loves it!

We had to try different types of cat litter as the recycled paper type was regularly out of stock at our local supermarket. And this is the one our 17 year cat (who has urinary disease) prefers.
We love it because it doesn’t smell, easy to scoop without being dusty, lasts a long time & most importantly for me it is lightweight & easy to carry unlike the other types. The only negative is that it does track a little but using a Dustbuster picks it up quickly. We’ve kept one tray with the recycled paper and she still prefers to use the Applaws filled tray 80% of the time. Show details ·  1
Value for Money
wlstnr
wlstnrSydney, NSW
 

Messy and transfer colours to paws

Because it's lighter than others, it gets goes everywhere. The initial odour is pleasant but after a few days, it doesn't mask the smell at all. I wanted to like it but when I see those brown paws of my cats, I can't get over it if it's the urine or the litter. The cats preferred the clay over it so made a decision to stop using it after two weeks Show details
Odour Absoprtion
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Checkout Chick
Checkout ChickPerth, WA7 posts
 

I have tried them all - this works

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. Show details ·  1
Helen A.
Helen A.3 posts
 

Life changing

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. Show details ·  1
Value for Money
Shane
Shane8 posts
 

Smells bad and tracks a lot

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 Show details
Value for Money
Leah
LeahSouth East Queensland, QLD3 posts
 

Not a fan of the smell

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 Show details
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Cleaning & Maintenance
Gym junkie
Gym junkie2 posts
 

Dont waste your money it's literally crap

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. Show details
Odour Absoprtion

Questions & Answers

Rebecca N.
Rebecca N.

Is the bag for your litter able to be recycled?

Applaws
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Dee
Dee  

Although the litter is 100% biodegradable I don't think the bag can be recycled; however the bag doesn't tear/break like other litter bags.

Helen A.
Helen A.

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

Applaws
Applaws   DM   

Hi Helen, although Nature's Calling is 100% natural, it is not produced to be ingested and therefore if your dog was to ingest it we would recommend seeking advice from your vet. Hope this helps.

Mary Hasmeinabox
Mary Hasmeinabox

Is it really that dusty?

Canny Customer
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Riina
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Details

CategoryCat Litter
Litter TypeClumping
MaterialWalnut
BiodegradableYes
DisposalCompostable and Flushable
Odour ControlOdour Absorption
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