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  1. #1
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    Default WORLD'S BEST CAT LITTER! It really is & other topics to blab about on the internet!!

    I LOVE this cat litter. It has revolutionized living with cats!

    Other confessions:

    I'm 60 and I just started to subscribe to Reader's Digest (I'm so ashamed )

    I love doing "It Pays to Increase Your Word Power" and I very rarely get more than 3 wrong.

    I drove 320 miles to buy a down comforter from The Company Store on sale for $32 ... and now I'm going to bed at 7:30 just because it's so cozy and wonderful. I love down.

    How pathetic is all this? So sad ... so very very sad.
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    I want to know what the cat litter is!
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    Who have not found the peace in being free
    to have a horse as a best friend."



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    I want to know also, since I have 5 cats and a small house.
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    I believe that IS the name of it - World's Best Cat Litter

    I've never used it, but have a friend who feels about it the same way as the OP. It's kind of pricey, I think.
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    It's made from corn, is SUPER SUPER SUPER absorbent, is expensive as hell (34 lbs was on sale for $31.00 at Petsmart) and I gladly pay it. It really is the best thing since sliced bread.

    It IS NOT DUSTY!!! OMGiH! It does not reek of perfume!!!! It is a bigger "chunk" than the usual clumping litter.

    Try one of the 8 lb bags. You'll never go back ... I promise!!!!

    Oh, and if anyone finds a coupon, let me know.
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    I'm guessing it's "World's Best Cat Litter"!

    http://www.worldsbestcatlitter.com/

    Will have to let my daughter know...she just got two adorable kittens.



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    http://www.worldsbestcatlitter.com/

    I have to say my Mom uses that for her two cats, and I wasn't super impressed with it. I just "bed" deeply with the Fresh Step stuff, and dump it completely once every two weeks with cleanings in between for the hard stuff (I have 4 boxes for three cats, so two I dump one week and the other two the next week). They are also in the basement, but I don't notice any smell.



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    Default Agreed!

    It's the best stuff........tracks a bit but NO DUST. And no smell. Makes it a winner in my book!

    Here's a site w/something for a coupon but even better is a rebate (upt to $12.99) for a 7 or 8 lb. bag of litter. Just print the rebate coupon. I did twice and had one sent to my parent's house. Shhhh, don't tell.

    http://mygoodcents.net/2010/02/free-...st-cat-litter/
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    Oh, and there's an advertisement in READER'S DIGEST (ahem) for www.bestlitterrebate.com
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    We have started to use wheat cat litter and really like it.
    Much less odor!



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    I made the swtich a couple years ago! Cringe at the price but it is awesome litter.



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    pssst....The Company Store has a website...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guin View Post
    pssst....The Company Store has a website...
    Yes, but the prices ... look at the prices!!!! They are NOT $32.00!!!
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    Interesting. I may have to try it. My cats dislike anything scented, but sometimes it's hard to tell from the packaging which litters smell and which don't. So I go to the store, try to remember, and have resigned myself to only refilling one box at a time, so that they can use whichever one is done airing out. My cats have a definite preference for clean (recently scooped) but old litter, and I can only assume that it's the scent they object to. Or maybe they just like the subtle lingering odors of their own urine. Who knows?
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    But how much did it cost you to drive 320 miles? That's at least a $39 tank of gas, not to mention your time @ $10./hour!
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    I haven't tried World's Best, but have found 2 other corn based litters that are reasonably priced and easy to find. While researching corn litters, I came across this article

    http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com/art...t-litters.html

    Now I'm paranoid. Maybe I should just teach them to use the toilet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Guin View Post
    But how much did it cost you to drive 320 miles? That's at least a $39 tank of gas, not to mention your time @ $10./hour!
    I used my ultra-cheap car, that gets 35 miles to the gallon. 10 gallons. 30.00. AND, the drive was stunningly, absolutely, gawgeous!!!! I loved it!
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