Waste Less with World’s Best Cat Litter #WasteLessLitter


The other day, someone asked me what my favorite thing about having cats was. My first response was scooping their litter obviously. Well, I jest. Scooping litter is more like number 3 on the list…4 if I’m being completely honest. Okay, okay, scooping litter probably wouldn’t make anyone’s favorite list. But with World’s Best Cat Litter™, an all-natural, lightweight, clumping cat litter, you might just re-evaluate scooping duty.

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I’ve been using clay litter for a while now, so I was excited to try out World’s Best Cat Litter, a positive being that they claim you can use less and get more. What do they mean by that? World’s Best Cat Litter is the only litter that has a concentrated power so you use and waste less litter. Even their smallest 7 lb bag can last one cat 30 days!

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World’s Best Cat Litter™

The litter comes in six formulas and we tried their Multiple Cat Clumping Formula, as we have three cats in our house. The bag was compact and light, weighing in at 7 lbs. I was a little skeptical as to whether the bag would fill the litter pan, but it filled our pan just perfectly.

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The Sniff Check Commences

With the litter now in the pan, the ultimate test could begin. And for a cat, that means the ol’ sniff check. When I had poured the litter out, first off I was happy that my face wasn’t assaulted with a cloud of dust. So, I wasn’t concerned when the cats lined up in an orderly fashion to do their sniffing and checking, knowing that they wouldn’t be inhaling any dust.

Each cat came over one by one (they’re so polite) and proceeded to sniff the new litter, which is made from naturally absorbent corn. Sophie was up first, then Olive, and finally Dexter rounded out the trio. They spent a good 10 minutes or so walking around outside the box, sniffing the litter, digging a bit – but apparently none heard the call of nature at that moment.

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Odor Control and Easy Scooping

I put the camera away and decided to let the cats go about their business in privacy. Because I’d left their old litter box in place to transition them slowly, I checked back often to see if the World’s Best Cat Litter had been used yet. I didn’t think it had because I couldn’t smell anything. But I was wrong! Someone had indeed used the litter (I’m pretty sure Olive was the first taker), but there was no odor wafting through the house to clue me in.

Come to find out that World’s Best Cat Litter uses a patented process that compresses the naturally absorbent corn into concentrated granules that trap odor deep inside the litter. This process also forms tight clumps on contact, making scooping a breeze.

A Few of My Favorite Things

I really appreciate that there is very little dust with this litter. Our litter boxes are either in high trafficked areas of the house or in enclosed rooms. Finding a layer of dust on your belongings is no good. But with World’s Best Cat Litter, I haven’t noticed any dust layers!

And of course my back appreciates not having to lug a 25+ lb jug of litter up the stairs. Dealing with a 7 lb bag is a no-brainer!

Using an eco-friendly, all-natural litter that allows you to use less and waste less litter is a win-win. It’s actually a win-win-win because they also support shelters!

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A close-up of the all-natural, concentrated granules of litter.

About World’s Best Cat Litter

Here’s the quick rundown on World’s Best Cat Litter.

  • 99% dust free
  • Lightweight
  • Flushable
  • Great with odor control
  • Quick and tight clumping makes for easy scooping
  • Pet, people and planet friendly (made from sustainable corn with no added chemicals)
  • 6 different formulas (Clumping, Multiple Cat Clumping, Lavender-Scented Clumping, Forest-Scented Clumping, Advanced Natural, and Advanced Natural Pine Scent)
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Olive reading up on World’s Best Cat Litter.

Making the Switch

Are you ready to make the switch and ditch that heavy bag of litter to the lightweight, all-natural clumping World’s Best Cat Litter? Who wouldn’t want to use less, waste less, and get more?

Switch and save $2.00 by visiting www.WasteLessLitter.com. You can also visit their store locator to see where it’s sold near you. It is available at many online retailers as well.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of World’s Best Cat Litter.  The opinions and text are all mine.


35 thoughts on “Waste Less with World’s Best Cat Litter #WasteLessLitter

  1. I’ve been testing a number of litters the past several months. I tried WBCL many years ago but perhaps it’s time to revisit…I love the company and the concept!

  2. We saw a depawsit in da furst foto which woulda meant nopawdy’s usin’ it till dat’s gone. MOL We’re not spoiled, we just like clean facilities. MOL This is one litter we’ve not tried, but sounds like we would like it. wE like da natural stuffs. Big hugs.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  3. I’ve heard many things about this cat World’s Best cat litter and think I need to have my cats give it a try. I am so tired of stepping in the clay littler bits they drag out of the box on their paws. I wonder if this product is available in Canada?

  4. Nice review! There are a few of us in the blogosphere who were “catvocates” for World’s Best a few years ago (we did posts for them)…….I have been using World’s Best for all of those years (a different formula) and wouldn’t switch. That’s the only litter I use. (I am in the BlogPaws thing too ;) )

  5. In a house with 4 dogs, cat litter is the bane of my existence, this article actually made me look forward to trying this out

  6. We’ve used that litter. I’ll tell you that initially it’s not dusty but the longer the litter is in the box, the dustier it gets. We liked that it was odorless and only stopped using it because of the dust.

  7. While I don’t have any indoor cats at this time (we have one rescued, adopted feral), this sure sounds like a wonderful litter!

  8. Just so you know, you may have shot down my last remaining reason for not bringing a cat back into my life ;-) It’s been years since I’ve had a cat in the house and, other than now having three dogs at home, the only reason I’ve been waffling is not wanting to have to deal with the kitty litter again but it sounds like things have come a long way since the last time I had a cat around. You know they call this “enabling”, right? ;-)

  9. We don’t currently have a kitty, but when we did, the dust was always a huge issue for me too. Love that this one doesn’t cloud up the space! We’re thinking about adding a kitty to the family sometime soon, so I will definitely keep this in mind.

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