It was only a small 8 lb bag, so we could only fill one(our main) litter box, but it was enough to fill it up 2-3 inches deep. And that litter box is humongous. 8 lbs of corn litter is more volume than 8 lbs of clay litter.
Our overall opinion? I felt good about keeping the environment cleaner, but until we find something better, we are sticking to clay clumping litter.
Pros of World's Best Cat Litter:
- It clumps reasonably well. It's got the same "clumpability" as any name brand clay clumping litter.
- It's flushable.
- It's great for the environment.
- The kitties didn't mind using it.
- It's not dusty at all.
- It's lightweight and easy to carry from store to car, from car to home.
- It's a bit more expensive than clay - however, if you take into consideration the fact that World's Best is lighter, and thus has more volume per pound, the price difference is decreased. It's still there though.
- Availability. Cat litter is one of the things I buy at grocery stores, even though I shouldn't. You have to go to pet stores to buy World's Best Cat Litter.
- Even though it's flushable, it's somewhat of a hassle - an extra step - to flush. Not only do you have to scoop it out into a bag or bucket, but then you have to pour it into the toilet and flush. And be careful not to get dirty litter everywhere. Which happened to me.
- The deal breaker for us was the odor. As soon as the cat pee hits the litter, it smells. It's not necessarily a "bad" smell, not like cat pee. It just smells like... well, wet corn. What do you expect? The wet corn smell goes away after a couple of minutes, then returns when you clean the litter box out.
What type of cat litter do you use?