Rusty: Shortly after we wrote our last post on the regular World's Best Cat Litter, we received a 7 lb. bag of WBCL for multiple cats. Thanks, Drew.
Percy: Their packaging is new, but the the litter is still made from natural corn. Jan (as if she has anything to say about a product she doesn't use!) claims she likes that the litter is natural and although it is a clumping product, it doesn't cause her breathing problems when she dumps it in a litter box. It doesn't stick to the box and make her scrub to get it loose when she changes the litter either.
Cotton: We, on the other hand, actually use the litter. And we like the litter as much as any cat can like something we pee and poop in. It is finer and doesn't get stuck between our pads when we leave the potty chamber like our usual brand does. Jan likes that too because sweeping up after us is another one of her chores.
Cyndi, wrinkling her nose: We cats can be fastidious, so we don't like a smelly litter box. The multiple cat formula for 2 or more cats -- we certainly qualify there -- has an added all-natural plant material for enhanced odor control. So Jan liked the multiple formula better than the regular one.
Cameron: If we don't care what Jan thinks of this litter, why does her name keep coming up? Can we delete all references to her preferences and just give our own opinion?
Crystal: Sure we can. But if we don't at least mention her, she'll make us start cleaning our own litter boxes. And I for one don't want to have to scratch in used cat litter. That's one reason we allow Jan to live here -- to scoop our poop. It just smells better in World's Best Cat Litter.
PS, from all of us at JFF: Brian -- who has made it his mission to help others find a happy home -- reminded us about Marty. This young kitten needs lifesaving surgery. With it, he could have a normal life in his forever home.
It won't help Marty to be angry with the heartless idiot ... sorry, we're not supposed to say that .... with Marty's original owner because he is in this condition, but you can help Marty if you can donate a dollar or two to his fund. Visit Brian's page on Marty at foreverhomewanted.com and be sure to follow the link to read Marty's story at HandiPets.com.