Special Kitty Cat Litter Review

May 27, 2023
David Sunnyside

Living with a cat is a lot of fun, but it also comes with the chore of cleaning up their messy business several times a day. Choosing the best cat litter can make that task less tedious for pet parents. The ideal litter is easy to scoop, absorbs odors quickly, and doesn’t leave tiny tracked granules all over the house. It should also be able to hold up to multiple cats and have a price that won’t break the bank.

This clumping clay litter is made of natural ingredients and doesn’t release any dust during scooping or cleaning. It’s affordable, works well with multiple cats, and has a light “clean scent” that many cat parents love. It’s worth noting, however, that the scent is stronger than a typical fragranced litter and may be too strong for some pets. It does leave some tracking, particularly if your cat is a post-poop kicker, but only in a small area around the litter box.

This new color-changing litter is making waves in the pet world thanks to its health monitoring features. The silica gel crystals are filled with pH detectors that react to urine, displaying different colors based on the results. If the litter turns orange, for example, it could mean that your cat has a high alkaline level which is a sign of urinary tract infection or kidney tubular acidosis. Similarly, red could indicate blood in the urine, which is something you want to address right away.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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