Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract Cat Litter – Floppycats.com Review

Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract Cat Litter and Charlie
Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract Cat Litter and Charlie

Originally published on Jan 25, 2011 Update June 10, 2014 –My mom is still using this litter and has found it to be really helpful for her kitties.  I recently got a few bags, as Charlie and Trigg usually use Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Ultra, and wanted to see how they responded to Cat Attract again.  Of course, they were attracted to it and have continued to use it over the course of the past month.  Many readers have also sung the praises of this litter, so thought it was time to share it again. Original review below: A friend of mine was telling me about her cats not using the litter box, and that she went to Petsmart to find out if there was a better litter.  She came across, Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract Cat Litter, bought it and said that she came home and emptied their litter boxes of the old litter and never had a problem again. Eventhough Charlie and Trigg weren’t having litter  box problems, I requested some Cat Attract™ from Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litters to see how they would react to it. You can tell from this video below that Charlie was immediately attracted to it: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9EXxCQs1S4[/youtube] Cat Attract™ is a scoopable litter blended with a natural herb attractant that attracts cats to use the litter pan rather than using another place in your house. This scoopable cat litter comes with a free booklet that aims to help cat owners solve their litter box problems with their kitties. Benefits of Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract Cat Litter include:

  • Helps with your cat not using litter box
  • Hard clumping
  • All natural
  • Good for a multi-cat household
  • Works in sifting/mechanical litter boxes
  • Superior odor control

You can buy Precious Cat Cat Attract Problem Cat Training Litter on Amazon.com and have it sent directly to you:

If you want to run to a store near you that carries it. We received the Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract Cat Litter for review from the manufacturer.  Receiving the free product did not influence this post.

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  1. This litter should be renamed ” Dr. Elsey’s MIRACLE Cat Attract Cat Litter”. We’ve used it with two different litter box averse rescues with great success. I highly recommend it to anyone experiencing litter box avoidance issues.

  2. charlies face should be on that bag. he’s so funny and he showed exactly how cats react to that litter. one of my cats was peeing on the carpet and i got some of this litter and it stopped immediately… thanks to jenny for telling us about it. i was using “the worlds best cat litter” and my cat would poop in it but wouldn’t pee. i’ve even used a couple of different litters since then and he still isn’t peeing outside the box so whatever magic is in there, it does work and it works great. i really like this litter a lot!!

    1. I am so glad it is still working for you – you sound happy and so does he!

    2. Dementia Boy says:

      Agree 100% – Charlie’s face definitely should be on the bag!! I mean, the dude loves the litter. “Sorry, can’t stop for cheats right now, have to pee.”

  3. charlie cracks me up!! so funny. this is awesome cat litter. my cat that was having issues..^above is no longer having issues. i love this litter even though it weighs a ton. it’s fantastic!

  4. i just ordered this. one of my cats will poop in his litter box but wants to pee on the carpet. i think it’s a territorial thing since i have 3 cats in a small place and one of them is a bit of a bully. i’ll see if this works.

  5. Christina says:

    I just adopted a cat from my local pound. The “cat Lady” told me that my cat was brought to them by their previous owner because she had pooed on the floor too many times. They also said that she had been at the pound for around a month with no accident..Sorry to say, she’s had 3 in my house so far. I had immediatly thought i should take her back..but I just cant do it. I love her and my kids love her oh so much.. SO I read several reviews and ran out and bought this cat attract..I’m not so sure how it will work just yet..but i am certainly hopefull. I’ve only found one review that said it didnt work, and two that just complained of price.

  6. This REALLY works! Our 9-week old kitten was going everywhere but the litter box unless we physically caught him in time and put him in it. We replaced his litter with Cat Attract and he has used it consistently ever since on his own. We were amazed. We didn’t really believe it could be that good – it IS!!

  7. We love this litter. We often receive elderly rescue cats (mostly declawed) who won’t use their litterboxes due to a variety of reasons. We have been able to re-train and send many of them home using CAT ATTRACT litter.

    I also want to recommend the Kitten Attract as it works well with kitttens that don’t have mothers to teach them to use the litterbox.

    1. WOW – that is really freakin’ neat – I wish I would have known that going into writing this review. I love that – and I am sure that they would love that testimonial on their website.

      MeLinda – perhaps they could work out a donation with you for an ad on your rescue website or something?

  8. Cat Attract looks like good stuff, must try a bag for my kitties next time we go to PetSmart. Seeing big Charlie in his medium-sized box reminds me of Moosie. I bought two big Rubbermaid totes as litter boxes because Moosie was so large and kept a smaller box for the little cats. Moosie used both anyway. He was totally box trained, never had an accident in the house, although he was the champion sprayer of all time. Even his last days, he managed to climb in the big totes or sort of fall into them. He was so tired and weak that he stayed inside a few exta minutes until he found the strength to climb out. At the end, I would tip the totes so he could maintain his dignity and get out on his own. Two days before Moosie died, he ventured all the way to the back gate and (I’m sure) sprayed it one more time to show other cats this was still his territory. Elvis had nothing on my Moosie–he really was “The King”.

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