World’s Best Cat Litter Multi Cat Clumping Formula Arrives for Review

| December 27, 2015 | 4 Comments

World’s Best Cat Litter Multi Cat Clumping Formula Arrives for Review

We regularly use Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter, however, many readers have told me how much they like World’s Best Cat Litter.  Although we reviewed it years ago, I thought we would have another go with it.  Here’s our arrival video.

Have you tried World’s Best Cat Litter?

What sort of cat litter do you use?  Why?  Do you like it?

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Great arrival video! Can’t wait for the final product review!!! Btw, I’m going to be offline for about the next week as I’m getting ready to travel to Dallas for my son’s wedding!!! I will definitely be suffering from Floppycats.com withdrawal but I think I’ll be too busy with family and friends to attempt to do much online schtuff. Going to enjoy great company and celebrate the moments!!!!

    Wishing you, your family (including all awesome furry babies!) and all the Floppycatters and their furry babies a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! I’ll be back online again on January 4th or 5th!!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  2. amosam says:

    I have two Ragdolls–Annie and George–and have been using “World’s Best” multi-cat clumping litter (red bags) for the last three years. I find this brand far less dusty than others; good odor control, and easy to clean. I have a rather large box, since Annie is 18 lbs. and George 12, and they need a roomy litterbox. I clean the box at least twice daily, and make sure my scoop’s slats are thin enough to pick up all debris and damp clumps. I like it that this litter uses natural ingredients, and I’m not exposing my furpeople to unnecessary chemicals. Since I clean the box often, I don’t know how the litter performs with less cleaning. For my needs, I’m satisfied that this is the optimum litter on the market. Hope it works for those interested as well!
    Happy New Year to Jenny and the Floppycats community.

  3. DeidreC says:

    I’ve been using this litter and singing it’s praises since probably 1997 or so. We got my son Joshua two rescues for a birthday gift, he was begging for a kitten, and we started with Tidycat litter, which I HATED!! I find clay litters stick to the bottom of the box and always get that “dead rat” smell after a day or so, and that makes having cats in the house, not so pleasant. The first thing I noticed with WBL, was that there was no nasty odor ever!! You scoop and that’s it- no more odor!! It clumps wonderfully and never turns to cement in the bottom of the box, thus making it cleaner for the cats, and easier for us to empty and clean.
    I recently cat sat for a relative who uses the Dr. Elsie’s and I can say that it was much more dusty and smelly than WBL.
    Also, it lasts much longer than they say it does on the bag. It’s a great product and I’ll never use anything else. I hope it works out for you, Jenny.

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