Best choice by far - despite cost!
Tried this and hated it. Tried another and cat reacted. Have gone back to this, and despite the excessive cost, and horrendous weight, will stick with it. It needs a deeper level to work perfectly, but you don't have to chuck out every week like some brands. Clumps well. Zero smells. My Bengal girl loves it. A quick vac tidies up any tracked litter.
Clumps dont fall apart when you're picking them up. Not particularly dusty. Leaves trail... only reason its not a 5 stars.
Really very good
I bought this on a recommendation from a work colleague after regaling my colleagues with the woes of one my kittens pooping outside her litter tray. We figured out she only like a really clean tray, so over the course of a night, fresh litter soon becomes too soiled for her to use and she will poop outside the litter tray. With Catsan clumping, the clumps form so well you can easily remove them. The only thing to beware of is sometimes it's like soft concrete so solid is broke my scooper. Because this product is ridiculously expensive I switched to cat best after getting a sample of the litter from a friend. Her ample worked well and because cats beat was cheaper I opted for that, big mistake! Cats Best have changed their formula and the clumps no longer form well, meaning I have a huge bag of useless litter and a kitten who has returned to pooping outside the box. Catsan clumping I will be back!
Easy to remove clumps
Fine grains of litter which clump well and are easy to remove. I give the tray area removed a wipe with tissue after clearing a clump and am able to keep the tray clean and usable for a week. My cats really like this litter and so do I. The only small issue I have is that sometimes the cats get bits on their feet as they walk away from the tray, however this can be picked up with a dustpan and brush.
An excellent choice for cat litter
I have been using this litter for a while now and I am very happy with it. It is very good at controlling odours and removing the clumped litter is easy. Personally I use a litter locker to store the clumped litter. The one thing that I would say is a slight downside to this type of litter is the small grains can be carried away from the litter tray by the cat's paws. I use a litter mat to catch most of this and vacuum regular to stop the rest to spreading.