Pretty Kitties, a Crate Disguise, and a $100 Visa Card Giveaway

Our two cats have a knack for photo bombing when I’m taking pictures for the blog or my Etsy shop.  Last week, I was working on a project, and I turned around to grab my camera off the counter behind me.  By the time I turned back around, there was already a cat making herself comfy right next to my project.  They do this constantly! While I officially introduce them to you today, I’m also going to talk about another kind of bombing my kitties doo (no – that isn’t a typo!).  Yeah… I’m going to talk about poop, and how I’m solving our kitty poop problem!  Just to make it really frisky and fur-flying fun, I also have a $100 Visa card giveaway!   Loki is our young little guy, he adopted us about a year and a half ago. He just showed up at our door. He’s long and lanky, and he’s a total sweetie. black cat photo This is Scribbles. She’s our old gal. Before Loki moved in, she kept her litter box in very respectable condition. Loki is another story. He sometimes misses the box completely, and he isn’t too great at covering up his “business” either. Scribbles is not happy about having to share a litter box with him, so when I had the opportunity to take the 10-day challenge with Cat’s Pride® Fresh & Light® Ultimate Care™ cat litter, I pounced on it! (pun intended!) Visa Card Giveaway I am honestly impressed with Ultimate Care.  I haven’t noticed ANY nasty smell from our cat litter box since we started using it a few weeks ago – even when Loki doesn’t fully cover his business!  Rather than mask odors with heavy scent, Ultimate Care uses high absorbing clay to absorb and eliminate the odors. Cat's Pride There are two formulations for multiple cats—Scented and Unscented Hypoallergenic.  The Hypoallergenic one is great for sensitive or allergic cats and family members.  We tested the scented formulation, and not only is it 99.9% dust free, but when we pour it in the litter box, the light fragrance actually smells pleasant.  If you closed your eyes and smelled Ultimate Care, you would NOT know it was cat litter – you’d think it was a lightly scented potpourri you were smelling!  It passed the Loki test on all counts! Cat's Pride Fresh and Light Ultimate Care Now that we can no longer smell our cat’s litter, I also wanted to make it so we didn’t have to SEE it either!  I’ve never done a video before, so prepare to laugh at me, but I’m going to show you what I created to disguise our litter box!

Did you notice he wasn’t very fussy about covering up his business?

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  1. The most important thing for me when picking a cat litter is dust free, scent and price.

  2. Angie your video is fabulous! Leaning how to make a video is on my list of things to do this year. You made it look easy, it was interesting and very informative. I love the crate idea too! My little Sparkles tends to drag half the litter out on her paws and around the house. Drives me crazy. But she brings so much joy to our house. Again, great video! 🙂 Julie

  3. I have a kitty and it’s the scent-hiding quality and price that influences what I buy 🙂

  4. I hate dusty litter and I don’t like strong scents either. Price also matters because I have 3 kitties and we keep it as clean as possible for their sake and mine. Smile……

  5. There isn’t a video for me to watch, hopefully, I will figure out what to do.
    The most important feature of cat litter is its ability to clump well. I have to say, my daughter has been singing the praises of light weight litter. I am getting too old for carrying 48 pounds of litter up stairs into my house!
    One of my cats occasionally misses the box and another cat doesn’t cover his offerings so that we can all enjoy the odor. However, I love them all, just the same!

  6. Jeannette Olton says

    Great video! I think odor is top of my list and I hate the artificial scents of most litters so Fresh & Light sounds like a good choice. I will definitely give it a try.

  7. I would have to say that the most important thing to me is if my cat likes the litter and will use it.

  8. Becky Reavis says

    Keeping the cats and the house clean. Thanks for the giveaway.

  9. Susan McMenamin says

    Angie- Your video was so cute. You’re a natural in front of the camera, and I love the fact that Loki wasn’t shy about the camera either.
    The most important factor about cat litter is for me not to be able to smell the strong odor of cat urine.

  10. Mami2jcn says

    A litter that clumps is important.

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  12. Lisa Brown says

    I look for a low-dust cat litter that does not have a very strong perfume or scent

  13. Lisa Brown says
  14. Your video was great Angie and your cat was adorable in that shirt!!! The most important thing for me in cat litter is dust free, it has to smell nice, price, and it has to be approved by my cat that has UTI problems, he is picky!!!

  15. Most important is several things: 1. dust free 2. covers stinky cat poop /urine scent and that it is a good price.

  16. Julie Wood says

    Scribbles is so cute! I love the jacket on the cat! How adorable! I have to have a cat litter that covers up the odor and I do not smell anything when the cat uses it! Also I like it to be hypoallergenic!

  17. Julie Wood says
  18. Patty Soriano says

    I’ve used Cat’s Pride in the past, but switched to another. I might try this new variety and check it out. For me, odor control is one of the most important issues. Thank you for offering the giveaway!!

  19. The odor control is the most important quality for cat litter. This one is worth trying and hope it takes care of the odor and we will all be happy. Thanks for all your great ideas. Keep warm.

  20. Chris KI says

    I prefer natural litter- it doesn’t leave as much dust. Of course, my cats have to like it but the other important things for us are that it’s scoopable AND flushable (and safe for septic systems!). Sorry, Cat’s Pride, but we use World’s Best multi-cat!

  21. We don’t have a cat right now, but if we did I’d be out buying this today. I think Loki is destined for stardom and needs to have his own commercial…he’s sure not camera shy. Love your #2 privacy screen!

  22. Most important to me is odor control!

  23. Remembering if you have a cat or not.

  24. I want to be able to pour in the kitty litter without a dust cloud, to not smell the kitty litter on my kitty’s feet or in the house right after he’s used the box. Thanks for showing your kitty box crate, I love it!!

  25. No scent!

  26. It needs to clump, clump, clump!!!! Hate that icky leftover stuck to the bottom of the litter box mess! 🙂

  27. The most important thing to me is will Toby use his litter box. He actually has two boxes and uses them both, one for each type of “business”.

  28. Julie Chase says

    Everything about this just cracked me up

  29. Clumping is the most important thing for me.

    Scribbles might be happier if you had a second litter box.

  30. I can’t believe he pooped on camera for you! hahaha
    we hid our box under the sink in the kids bathroom. and I’ve used cats’ pride for years. :0)

  31. I don’t have a cat, however I’ve heard that keeping kitty litter in the trunk of the car is good for putting under your tire when you get stuck in the snow.

  32. I have two rescued black cats (Fitz and Charlie) who are not very fussy about their litter box. I keep it in the basement and sift every day. They shuck the stuff all over the place! I even see them catnapping in the stuff! I don’t see a video, but I really would love a disguise for the thing. I use an old Dollar Store bin with holes in the bottom to sift–much better than the sifters supplied. Thanks for the pictures of Loki and Scribbles!

  33. How fun to hear what you sound like…after reading you for all this time!

    Value is extremely important to us. I feel if the litter clumps really hard, then I’m really using less litter in the long run. While some litters cost very little, they aren’t necessarily a great value because we have to use more of it.

  34. Hi Angie … very convincing video … I don’t have a cat, but love your way of disguising the litter box.
    Your cat just proved your point about the litter.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  35. No video showed up for me…not sure if it’s something wrong on my end? However, you have two very beautiful kitties! Loki reminds me of my own…he is a bit of a rebel and he’s not very mannerly when it comes to his litter…he likes to throw it everywhere. I’ve tried all kinds of litters and litter boxes to try to break him of the habit, all to no avail. I’m kinda limited to the type of litter boxes we use because he is a tripod, so if the front is too high, he has trouble. The most important thing I look for in a litter is that its biodegradable so I can compost it instead of sending it to the dump.

  36. My cat is a fussy butt and will only use certain types of litter. She doesn’t care for anything larger than a ‘grain’. I keep her littler box in the basement and she is fine with that. Loved your video and your blog!

  37. steve weber says

    The amount of odor protection is the most important to me.

  38. I just wanted to let you know that I was able to watch your video by switching to Internet Explorer…I was using Firefox previously. What a great video…this could be a bona fide commercial for Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light Ultimate care…both you and Loki are natural stars! And I LOVE that very clever and attractive litter cover…I’m going to have to try that with Cassius’ litter box…he’d be okay with it since the sides don’t go all around the litter and it might help cut down on his penchant for throwing it all over the place. I’m sooooo glad I decided to try watching your video on IE…I wouldn’t have wanted to miss that…well done, Angie! 🙂

  39. I can see everything on your post today except the VIDEO. I just bought a box of the litter the first of the week. I have RA this is getting worse and I got tired of having to get my grandson or son stop by and get litter out of car, in house and divided into 4 containers so that i could handle. AND it is dust free which I love.

  40. Judy Lincicum says

    Odor elimination, weight, and price. My Homer, who weighs 20 lbs, can sure deliver
    the odor!

  41. Naomi S. says

    Most important in buying litter for my two “grandcats” is NO SCENT, not harmful to the cats and I want it to clump really well. The price is medium important, too.

    The two cats that live with me are super-fussy about having to use the same litter box and the one who is more of a bully will “take over” the box, so the other one won’t or can’t use it. Then we have little–or not so little–turdies appearing in various places around the house. Intolerable!! I received a suggestion from a veterinary friend of my daughter who said that you should have one more litter box than you have cats. This has worked very well for us even tho’ all the litter boxes are in the same area. I know, I know–who wants THREE litter boxes to clean? Actually, it’s not any more cleaning–just three different places to clean the same amount of poop you would from one litter box. Anyway, just a suggestion.

    Cute kitties you have there and well-behaved! Pooping on cue! What is little Loki being paid for his services? Some fresh tuna, perhaps? You guys were great on camera and congratulations on solving your poop problem. AND, I definitely think you could sell the little privacy screen!

  42. nicole dz says

    The most important thing for me when choosing a litter is how well it covers odor.

  43. nicole dz says
  44. Our litter box is in the garage, so I mainly look at the price, and if it has some odor control. The video – so hilarious! Thanks Loki for the live demo!

  45. Ann Jernigan says

    The most important to me is the smell. Kitty litter should be fresh not smelly.

  46. Great video we too have a cute little black kitty that found us!
    Important is no odor and no dust, will have to try this brand.

  47. You did great on the video! the most important thing is odor control.

  48. Smell, smell, please no smell!!

  49. The most important quality is a litter that clumps well and doesn’t track.

  50. Hi Angie! I enjoy your posts every morning! I do not have a cat at the moment, but I would think I’d be most concerned about buying litter that controls odor.

  51. My husband is the litter buyer. In addition to value for the money, he says the only requirement he has is that the cat uses it.

  52. SueSchneid22 says

    Hmmm…I would say the smell. I really can’t stand the smell of the litter we use, but since my hubby is the one who empties the litter boxes out, he gets to choose. And, apparently, it doesn’t bother him. That’s one of the perks he has for being the retired, stay at home, house-husband. Though still working, I would love to trade places with him or maybe even join him one day!

  53. Donna Avramovich says

    Hi Angie! I look forward to your posts every morning. I do not have a cat at the moment, but if I were choosing kitty litter, I know I would want it to have some kind of odor control.

  54. nadya kotik says

    i love lightweight ones

  55. I don’t care for people to come into my front door and say “Oh, you have a cat.”

  56. I just want a good “all around” litter – odor control/blocking, clumping, nice smell, dust free, lightweight. My boy, Jack, is not real picky about his litter and he’s kinda messy but I wouldn’t trade him for the world!! My two (doggie) girls, Dot and Zena, would give him up in an instant! 🙂 Thanks for the info on Cat’s Pride! We might have to give it a try!

  57. Sandy Steele says

    For my cat Chloe, the most important thing to her is the texture. She likes fine texture litter that clumps easily (she is VERY picky and is obsessed with making sure her poop is covered completely)! For me, I need a pleasant scented litter that will do odor control! I am picky and want Chloe to be seen, not smelled!

  58. Becky Horn says

    The most important is that it has great odor control and my cat likes it.

  59. e michelle says

    Most important is the odor controll! Cant have a smelly house!

  60. Thom’s litter box is in the bathroom and I look for a litter with as little dust as possible that clumps well.

  61. I would say that the most important thing about choosing the right cat litter is whether or not your cat will use it! If your cat won’t use it’s litter to urinate and won’t go elsewhere due to good training, he or she can end up with crystals in their urine from holding it which can cause bladder and kidney infections! We actually lost a cat to bladder cancer after repeated infections. How heart breaking! So, please, watch your cat’s urinary behavior when changing litters, it’s not just for our benefit, althogh, that is a consideration!

  62. I would look for something that smells good, clumps well and is dust-free!

  63. Dawn Monroe says

    I look for no harsh chemicals, no odor and the price.

  64. I would think low odor would be most important.


  65. It has to be not highly scented an work to cover the odor as Mom has a highly sensitive nose. I’m going to try the Cat’s Pride now and see how I feel about it!

  66. odor control is most important

  67. Good odor control.

  68. When selecting a little it has to be extremely dust free. No only for my cats but my I’m sensitive to the dust.
    Also, the scent free. The cats won’t use something that freshens up when they are scratching in it. They are very picky. I’ve not tried the Cat’s Pride but, this is as good of choice as any due to the price that’s advertised online. If the cats don’t like it, oh well it helps with cleaning up spills in the garage and put a little bit in each closet to keep it fresh. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  69. The most important quality from cat litter is odor neutralization!!!! Period!!!

  70. Hi, we have 3 kitties and scent blocking is most important for us since their box is in the front of the house. Funnily enough, yesterday we needed more litter so we’re trying Cat’s Pride Fresh and Light. It turned out to be quite inexpensive so I hope it works as well for us as it does for you.

  71. Most important feature to me is ease of cleaning. I hate it when cat litter doesn’t clump and makes a disgusting mess everywhere.

  72. It needs to work great and totally contain the smell.

  73. It would be important to cover odor,that it clumps and has a good price

  74. Amy Murillo says

    Scoopable is important to me ~ whoever invented it is a genius!

  75. Most important in our household would have to be odour neutralizing without being ‘perfumy’ and clumping.
    I’ll happily pay a bit more for a high quality litter that makes keeping the box clean and smelling good, easier!

  76. angela w says

    What is most important to me is using unscented hypoallergenic litter – due to allergies, sneezing and blowing my nose out – like all the time. I can’t have enough of a good thing when it comes to a company who responds to my sensitive needs. Thank you for this offer. =)

  77. Reducing smells is my most important cat litter quality

  78. Clumping and it does not stick to the bottom of the litter pan.

  79. Wendy Johnson says

    No odor, before my darlings use it or after.

  80. Jessie C. says

    Odor control is the most important quality when it comes to choosing a litter.
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  81. Jessie C. says


  82. Odor control is very important. By the way, I love the crate you created to hide the litter box.

  83. Karen Norris says

    safe, smells sweet and easy to clean

  84. Nothing matters to me other than odor control!

  85. Lisa Young says

    absolutely, to me, the odor control…

  86. Sarah Hall says

    Dust free is a biggie with me. I don’t like a lot of dust.

  87. carol easterday says

    odor control is the most important esp since I have 3 cats

  88. LynneMarie says

    It’s important that it clumps well and hides odors.

  89. Karin A. says

    “Smell control” is very important! Need litter that is absorbing and eliminating those nasty odors!

  90. The most important thing to me is odor control, and I also prefer a clumping litter.

  91. odor elimination

  92. VERY cute kitties, and a well written story line :^)
    We look for GREAT clumping properties and not TOO much scent in the kitty litter for our princess! She is good about covering, but I get sick of the perfume in the average cat litter :^(
    Thanks for this nice drawing!

  93. Joan Kubes says

    It has to smell nice and keep odor away!

  94. Joan Kubes says
  95. Sondra McAnally says

    I just watched your video and thought you did great. We have a cat (ziva) who rules our lives and we actually let her and love it …This liter is perfect and I really like it. I admire your blog and look forward to seeing it…but my very favorite part of all your posts is your wonderful testimony of 2 Timothy 1:9. Thank you for that and when everything is said and done and our projects are on their way to other homes the Word is what will make the difference. Thank you and God Bless you!!
    John 3:16-18

  96. The qualities that are the most important in my cat litter are its ability to mask odors and its ability to clump. I hate the smell of urine.

  97. ginette4 says

    For me it would be a litter that eliminates odours, I hate the smell of cat’s a strong smell that needs a strong product to rid of it

  98. ginette4 says
  99. i want a litter that maskes the odors!
    if it’s not heavy,great,too!

  100. The most important quality to me that a cat litter needs is the need to be able to control the strong smell of cat urine

  101. Donna Marchlewski says

    It must clump and provide excellent smell elimination

  102. Patricia C. says

    For my cats, the most important qualities are the smell and feel of the litter. For me, how well the litter masks the smell of my cats’ business.

  103. Patricia C. says
  104. The most important quality to me is that it doesn’t spread dust all over our basement. I used to get a litter that clumped well but it really made a mess, so I don’t buy that one anymore.

  105. D Schmidt says

    We got our first cat six months ago and for us the most important qualities are scent and the ability to clump well

  106. D Schmidt says
  107. Theresa N says

    The most important to me is that it controls the odor.

  108. odor control and clumping ability

  109. odor control!! i want my house smells good.

  110. The most important quality is scoopability. I scoop in the morning before I go to work and again before I go to bed. I don’t have time to deal with clumps that fall apart.

  111. My most important quality would be that it does not smell!

  112. The most important is odor control.

  113. Most important to me is keeping the litter box clean & smelling #2 free lol, in our home for my family & our fur friend.

  114. Shared this awesome giveaway on twitter

  115. joanna reed says

    The most important thing for me when picking a cat litter is dust free and the scent.

  116. joanna reed says
  117. Most important is odor control. 🙂

  118. Fonda Wade says

    Most important quality is odor control and less dust during the “cover-up”!

  119. Katherine says

    The most important to me is odor elimination

  120. Katherine says
  121. Cynthia C says

    I like a litter that is hard clumping, but I think the most important quality is dust-free. I don’t think the dust is healthy to breathe and it makes a mess all over the house.

  122. Cynthia C says
  123. I like litter that isn’t too dusty but my most important needs are that it covers odor and clumps well so it’s easy to just scoop and doesn’t break apart and make a big mess in the litter box.

  124. Odor control, light weight, and cats willingness to use it. I have learned they are as picky with litter as we are with toilet paper.

  125. It is important that it has great odor control and of course that the cat likes it and will use it. I detest the smell of cat urine

  126. Odor control definitely the most important to me!

  127. Julia Barnes says

    Odor control is most important!

  128. Margaret Smith says

    I look for a litter that keeps odors under control. Thanks so much.

  129. Margaret Smith says
  130. Stephanie V. says

    natural, non-toxic and no odor!
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  131. I look for good clumping litter at a reasonable price. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. Odor control !

  134. Debbi Wellenstein says

    If her litter box does not smell perfect, Miss Kitty will not use it. Odor control is most important to both of us!

  135. sarah hirsch says

    the most important thing in a litter is the odor elimination

  136. paige chandler says

    It must smell good…PERIOD!

  137. John Stetson says

    With 2 cats in the house being odor free really caught my attention.

  138. Kimmy Ripley says

    No odor is the most important factor in choosing a cat litter.

  139. I always look for litter that helps control odor. 🙂

  140. PuffyBiggler says

    The most important quality for me and my cat when it comes to choosing a litter is odor control. Thanks for the giveaway!

  141. PuffyBiggler says
  142. Chi Shannon says

    For me, it’s the smell that the most important thing. Other benefits are great, but if it smells bad, it’s not worth it! 🙂

  143. Chi Shannon says
  144. amy rouse says

    No smell and no dust……

  145. amy rouse says
  146. So far the most important consideration is price, as it is changed very often, and I can’t afford products I might otherwise get.

  147. Kelly Roder says

    My 3 cats and I require litter to clump well and to cover up any and all odors! This cat mom doesn’t need to be scooping allll the boxes more than once a day!

  148. I am most concerned about dusty litter. I don’t like it on my cats’ fur!

  149. Barbara M says

    Good clumping is the most important in our home.
    It keeps the litter box free of odors.
    Happy cats & happy us!
    thank you

  150. Barbara M says
  151. Rebecca Graham says

    Clumping is an important quality for both me and my cat.

  152. Rebecca Graham says
  153. Ashley C says

    I want something easy to clean that keeps smells away!

  154. Shauntea Crutcher says

    The most important quality is a product that doesn’t have an over powering fragrance.

  155. Janice Cooper says

    Definitely the odor is the most important quality when choosing a cat litter. I want something to eliminate the odor

  156. Janice Cooper says
  157. The most important quality in choosing a cat litter would be odor control.

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  158. Linda C. says

    I would say most important is odor control.

  159. Linda C. says
  160. Denise L says

    Odor control is the number one quality in choosing cat litter.

  161. Denise L says
  162. Odor control!

  163. I have a cat with asthma, and I have allergies…so being fragrance free and dusr free is most important in my home.

  164. I like a litter that does not track all over the house.

  165. Betsy Barnes says

    When choosing a cat litter, the odor control is the most important quality for my family and our cats 🙂

  166. Betsy Barnes says
  167. Rosanne Morrison says

    Keeping urine odor to a minimum is important to me

  168. Rosanne Morrison says
  169. Odor control is number 1! Second is litter that doesn’t leave a cloud of dust when it’s poured.

  170. LAMusing says

    I have a large kitty – he sure delivers a lot of output! So odor control (without that awful perfume smell) and ease of cleaning.

  171. No dust.

  172. maria cantu says

    The odor control is most important.

  173. Susan Smith says

    I would have to say that the most important thing to me is odor control.

  174. Susan Smith says
  175. It is very important to me that the cats like it and that it be unscented. I also want something that doesn’t track all over my house and makes hard clumps.

  176. Christina O says

    Something that covers up odors!

  177. Stephanie says

    The main things for me are that it keeps my house from smelling stinky and it clumps well!

  178. it must not stink up the place

  179. Odor control

  180. The most important quality is that it controls odor.
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  181. Odor control is the most important quality

  182. In order of importance:
    1) Cats like and use it consistently
    2) Non-tracking and dust free
    3) Unscented or minimal scent
    4) maintains a good clump. does not turn gluey or crumbly or clings to cats paws/fur
    5) Price
    6) Availability
    All of these are a must for me to even consider using a litter brand consistently.

  183. Tina Reynolds says

    First most important odor control a close second clump control

  184. joe gersch says

    the most important thing is odor control

  185. The odor control is the most important to me!

  186. Odor absorption

  187. Definitely needs odor control please!! 🙂

  188. Kathy Pease says

    I think the most important feature would be odor control

  189. Kathy Pease says
  190. Odor control and quantity are very important qualities to me.

  191. Stephanie Larison says

    It has to control the odors, that’s most important to us.

  192. Stephanie Larison says
  193. I like to find litter that clumps and is easy to remove from the box.

  194. Lisa Garner says

    The biggest decision for my in choosing cat little is the way it handles odors.

  195. Lisa Garner says
  196. I try to research to make sure my cat litter is safe for the environment and safe for my kitty. And of COURSE odor control is important. Nothing but the finest for my meow-er and moi!

    Thanks for a great giveaway.

  197. Richard Hicks says

    Good odor control is important as is being dust free as much as possible!

  198. Richard Hicks says
  199. I have 3 cats, so the most important quality for me and my cat when it comes to choosing a litter is the ability to control odor. Also, it can’t be too scented, because one has asthma.

  200. Aurelie Red says

    My cat litter must clump and mask odors !

  201. Aurelie Red says
  202. Clumping and odor sealing.

  203. Cat litter has to eliminate the odor. My cats are very picky and if the litter has a nasty odor they don’t want to use it.

  204. The most important quality for me and my cat when it comes to choosing a litter is low dust and few smelly chemicals!

  205. Amanda Sakovitz says

    Odor control is the most important!

  206. Tracey byram says

    No odor and low price

  207. The most important thing for us is that my cat likes the smell, texture and feel of the litter otherwise she won’t use it and will go outside her box.

  208. Wanda McHenry says

    The most important thing is that he’ll use it. It may sound silly, but if he doesn’t like the smell of the cat litter he won’t use it and would rather go outside.

  209. Wanda McHenry says
  210. The most important quality of cat litter for me is that it is scentless!

  211. Ellie Wright says

    The most important is odor control. I want my house to smell like I don’t have cats. Or I should say their house since they do seem to own it.

  212. Ellie Wright says
  213. Thomas Murphy says

    The most important quality is Odor control.

  214. Stephanie Phelps says

    The most important thing to us is to have the least amount of dust

  215. Stephanie Phelps says
  216. Francine Anchondo says

    something that controls the odor.

  217. Rajee Pandi says

    I love to keep the cat fresh and clean

  218. Rajee Pandi says
  219. Claudia Davis says
  220. Claudia Davis says

    The mot important thing is that it will control odor over time.

  221. Birdiebee says

    The most important quality is that the house does not smell like a litter box.

  222. Birdiebee says
  223. Kathryn C says
  224. Kathryn C says

    For me it boils down to the dust factor (don’t need that dust!) as well as the price

  225. The most important thing is odor control.

  226. Cat litter should clump well, keep odors down and not track all over the house.
    Thanks for the contest.

  227. erica best says

    great odor control

  228. erica best says
  229. Tabathia B says

    A freshly scented litter with great odor control

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  230. Tabathia B says


    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  231. I like a quality litter that clumps and has odor scenting control before I buy it.

  232. Odor control and being non toxic is most important; I like an unscented option.

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