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Cat Litter

As a cat parent, you want to find the best supplies for your cat. At betterpet, we have a one-stop shop for cat litter, litter boxes, and more. Whether you prefer clay kitty litter, silica gel litter, or natural litter, we have options for you.

Kitty litter buying guide

When choosing a kitty litter, there are a few things you want to consider:

Odor and dust — Are you sensitive to perfumes or excessive dust? Are your cats allergic to certain scents? Be aware of scented and unscented options and be sure to pay attention to the ingredients in the litters you use to find the best one for you and your cat.

Your litter box — What type of litter box have you invested in? If you have an automatic litter box, be sure you’re using automatic-friendly litter.

Your cat — If your cat is urinating outside of the litter box, there’s a chance they don’t like their litter or that you need to scoop the litter box more often. Be observant of your kitty’s potty habits.

The best cat litter at a glance

Litter box

Average price

Dr. Elsey's Respiratory Relief Clay Cat Litter

$17

World's Best Clumping Corn Cat Litter

$12

Pretty Litter

$27

Scoop Away Unscented Clay Cat Litter

$13

Tidy Cats Lemongrass Scented Cat Litter

$29

Naturally Fresh Unscented Walnut Cat Litter

$16

Frisco Non-Clumping Recycled Paper Cat Litter

$19

Arm & Hammer Litter Clump & Seal Multi-Cat Scented Clumping Clay Cat Litter 28lb

$19

 

Frequently asked questions

How often should you scoop kitty litter?

Most vets recommend that you scoop kitty litter once a day to minimize odor and ensure your cat does not make a mess outside of the box.

Should I get scented or unscented cat litter?

It ultimately comes down to your preference, but vets tend to recommend clumping, unscented cat litter since perfumes can often contain unnatural chemicals and aggravate pet – and owner! – allergies.

Are there alternatives to clay litters?

Clay litters are perfectly safe and well-recommended by veterinarians, there are alternatives to clay litters. A few options include walnut cat litter, corn litter, paper litter, and silica gel litter.