I’ve pretty much tried every cat litter and this is by far the best in terms of odour control and not spreading around the home. I just wish it came in a more environmentally friendly package and didn’t take up as much room in the bin. It is expensive at $20 and usually lasts 2 weeks.
Purchased for $20.00.
This is the best litter l have ever used! I have a shocking gag reflux but not with this litter! It is easy to clean, goes a long way for the size and best of all does not smell! I stock up when it is on special at $16 at Woolies or Coles which is often!
Very expensive, poor performance
I thought this would be something special as it's so expensive, but it was so much worse than the supermarket's own brand. The cats tramped it all over the house. Don't waste your money.
Good litter, easy cleanup
My favourite litter at the moment, lasts me 4 weeks. Easy to filter out the clumps. Only bad things are is does get stuck on my feet when I walk around the house, constantly have to sweep it up, and it can stick to my cats bum making her drag her bum on the floor to get it off.
Purchased in August 2019 at Best Friends for $20.00.
The best cat litter I've ever used!
This litter clumps perfectly without crumbling and sticking to the bottom of the tray. Its easy to clean up, and dispose of and my "fussy"cat doesn't spread a trail of it through the house which is a real plus. It absorbs 90% of the odors and we tend to go through less of it. The only down side is it's a little pricey unless it's on sale. Otherwise, it's fantastic.
Amazing and it Works!!
This is the best cat litter I have used ever. Used a few different brands and it does cost a little bit than the other brands but it's worth it. We have to cats and it last for about a month with just a light top up here and there. Can't smell anything for a very long time. It actually works. Worth the money. Saw some on special and got 3 of them. Strongly recommend to all pet lovers out there!!
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not sure does anyone know if it causes constipation?
I found this incredibly difficult to clean out of the box as it sticks to it.
Also simulataneously my cat has suffered incredible constipation which necessitated expensive xrays and treatment and is still not resolved. The vet said it looks like she has eaten sand but we don't have any sand anywhere. The only thing different is that I started using this kitty litter.she started drinking heaps and straining and couldn't go. Is it possible she has licked it off her paws causing the bowel obstruction? The vet seems to think this is likely the caus...
Purchased in December 2018.
Absolutely love it - it clumps so well and so easy to remove, but the packaging is such a waste and expensive - come on Purina, you can do better for the environment.
Great product but needs to have refill option
I have been very happy (and so have my cats) with the quality and odour control of this litter and have been using it for quite a few months. But why oh why can't we have refills made available in our local supermarkets as the solid plastic containers must add considerably to the very high price which averages $20 per unit.
On reading a reply by a Purina staff member to a similar customer query last year it was stated that your company would definitely look into providing a solution with cheaper refill packets. It is now 2019 and still not...hing has eventuated! I believe that different sizes and refills are available in the USA, so why can't we have the same in Australia? I would like to add my voice to a call for Purina to actually put their words into actions and am most disappointed that your company makes no attempt to help Australia's efforts in reducing the huge amount of waste these sort of containers make. You have a very good product so why don't you make it easier and much more affordable for your customers in Australia? If you can do it in the USA, surely it can't be that hard to have the same products available here?!! Come on Purina, do the right thing!
Horrible smelling litter that does not last
This litter has an unpleasant overly sweet smell, that mixed with the cat's droppings is quite sickly. I have three cats, so I need a litter that will stand the extra usage, while I am after a good litter. After removing the soiled/clumps this litter lasted less than three days. I did find the litter had low dust and tracking.
Amazing Amazing Amazing
The best litter I have tried!!! A very long lasting and very low maintenance litter- I am so impressed, Purina! Keep it up!
Great Value for Money
Very Easy and Quick Clean up just love it. And my fur babies would agree. I have a busy lifestyle so anything quick clean up is recommended in my household.
Brilliant. No more litter problems!
We had been using OzPet litter which is a non clumping litter (and our breeder said we should use), but one of our Tonkinese cats hated it. He ended up weeing on the spare bed, in the kitchen sink and in my sons gym bag.
So I changed to TidyCats and our problems disappeared just about straight away.
It forms nice solid chunks you can scoop out, it smells fresh (not that revolting lavender some companies use). And it lasts a good month if you scoop every 2 days or so. I top it up after scooping and add a shake of TidyCats litter deodoriser. ...
Fantastic litter but price :(
I love this litter & my cats love this litter. It clumps really well, the odour control is better than anything else available, and it lasts for ages. It's quite simply one of the best on the market, but it's price which is not just a little more expensive than it's competitors but outrageously so, negates all of that considerably.
It's worth noting that this litter is available in the USA where there is actually a range of sizes available to choose from which means less packaging and therefore less plastic waste, rather than the tiny 6.35kg...jug which is all we can buy here in Australia. Incidentally that same 6.35kg jug which we pay approx $20 for costs Americans less than $10 USD ($13 AUD). But even better, if they buy the bulk sizes they get it even cheaper: 9kg Jug = $7.88 USD/$10.65 AUD 12.3kg pail = $15.86/$21.40 (double the product volume for similar to what we pay for 6.35kg) 15.9kg pail = $12.98/$17.52 With that kind of price gouging it seems like this is just another case of a wealthy multinational ripping off the little guys again and I'm sick of it. So as much as I love this product I won't be buying it or anything else by Purina.
Great Odour Control, But Tracks Easily
This is the best cat litter for odour control, nothing else on the market performs better.
A 6.33kg container of Tidy Cats Litter costs $20.00 normally, But Coles have it on special for $16.00 on a periodic basis.
Don't be put off by the price as a 6.33kg container lasts a single cat household for approximately 5 weeks and it still has no detectable urine odour after that time.
I then simply transfer the used litter into a bucket and thoroughly clean and dry the cat litter tray, I pour the used litter back into the tray and top up the level ...of litter with fresh cat litter and thoroughly mix together, Doing this means there is no unneccesary wastage. Most other cat litters usually last about a week to 10 days before they start to smell and then the whole litter tray of cat litter is disposed of resulting in more waste going into landfill.
Purchased in July 2018 for $15.00.
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By far the best
This is hands down the best I’ve ever used
Completely clumps and never any odour. I always used the homebrand clumping at about $3 a bag and if I had not received a sample of this product I probably would never fork out the $20 it costs!
But it is worth every cent! With 3 cats and a few trays I was going through around 4 bags every week. The tidy cats bottle far outlasts.
Yes it’s a pain when it’s on the floor and feels like sand under your feet but this happens with every cat litter
Finally a litter that clumps
Finally a litter that will actually clumps!!! Negates some of the smell too. Expensive but worth it. Less mess when they get out of the litter box too.
Tried them all...This is hands down the best litter on the market!
I have literally tried every litter on the market! I thought I was happy with my clay clumping litter until the last bag I purchased just didn’t clump well. So I found Tidy Cats on special and decided to give it a go! Wow!!! You would not know there is a cat in the house. Clumps really well, no falling apart like my last litter. Thank you Purina
This product works instantly once the cat, or shall I say if your cat covers the litter. The crystals in it give it a pleasant scent & worked well in my apartment in a small space.
only proudct ever seen that truly eliminiates odour
My indoor cat produces nuclear weapon grade pungent poops. I have used every litter products in the market. This is the only product that works. Shame the size is so small. LOVE LOVE LOVE it.
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Questions & Answers
We have a number of cats in our household, varying from 12 to 16 at any one time. These are all rescue cats that were unwanted, unsocial, deemed to be sick or older cats surrendered because of people either unable or unwilling to care for them anymore. We are looking for a suitable litter that provides good value for money that is also effective. I must admit that we haven't tried Purina litters due to the cost compared to some other brands. As we are aged pensioners value for money is imperative so any advice re a suitable litter would be very gratefully appreciated
I've gone back to Catlux (softwood/clumping litter), you can buy it in 24kg bags for about $22 at Petcircle (or less if you can get it on sale). It has great odor control, the cats like it and you can remove soiled litter and top up rather than washing and replacing the litter daily. The tracking (cats getting it in their toes and walking it around) is not great, but I like this litter. The clay litters are of course the cheapest, but are messy, dusty, smelly and need to be replaced often, so I am not sure they end up being so cheap.
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