CatSpot – a new type of cat litter

#Cat Litter – Me and My #cats are always trying to find something better, and we found it.

CatSpot is amazing, and the best litter odor control I’ve found. When I was given an opportunity to try CatSpot last summer for free, Paws said why not. At that time, we were actually trying out different cat litters to see what would work best in my five-cat feline household. As one of my cats has asthma, I was looking to change cat litters.

CatSpot - a new type of cat litter

Lenny, a curious cat by nature, checks out CatSpot to see if he approves of this new cat litter.

CatSpot - a new type of Cat Litter

Lenny sniffs the CatSpot litter to see if he can smell the coconut.

CatSpot - a new type of cat litter

What’s this? Lenny asks as he checks out a sample of CatSpot, a new type of cat litter.

Amazing odor control, hardly know a box is there

At Paws, we don’t shop around that much. If it works, we stay with it. The cats seem to like it that way. However, our cat litter that we’d been using for years had changed, and the odor was a little too overwhelming with perfumes to cut down on odor control.

When we had a chance to try CatSpot, we jumped at the chance, as we hadn’t been at all happy with the alternatives to our current litter.

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Paws for Reflection received a free bag of CatSpot litter to try, and wanted to share our opinion with our readers. I am being not compensated to help share Cat Stop, and we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. CatSpot is not responsible for the content of this article.
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CatSpot is the most amazing cat litter when it comes to controlling the smell of a cat box. There was almost no smell. And it went on for well over a month. If Paws had not seen my cats going in and out of the box, I would not have believed they were even using it.

CatSpot - a new type of cat litter

Lenny is fascinated by the box of CatSpot, and he can’t wait to try it out.

CatStop - a different type of cat litter

Pawing at the box, Lenny is anxious to find out what CatStop is all about.

You already know the basics of kitty litter. We recommend removing solids daily – which is best for your cat – and stirring the litter as you do. This will help the coconut absorb the ammonia in the urine for optimal results. It will also increase the longevity and effectiveness of your litter.

How does coconut work as cat litter?

Coconut holds 560% of its weight in liquid making it the most absorbent plant known to man. The absorbent nature is what makes CatSpot so effective as a cat litter.

What makes CatSpot different is that it’s made from one ingredient – coconut, Mother Earth’s most ingenious invention. It is the only 100% organic cat litter in the market. It absorbs odors and liquids like no other and it’s feather-light.Disposal of CatSpot litter through septic tank systems has not yet been evaluated. Laboratory testing has shown that CatSpot Litter is flushable because it does not contain any harmful clumping agents that will expand in a sewer system.

CatSpot - a new type of cat litter

Catspot, a new type of cat litter, is made from coconut and is biodegradable.

CatSpot - a new type of cat litter

Lenny leaves his mark on the new cat litter. Perhaps, he’s staking it out as his own.

CatSpot - a different type of cat litter

CatSpot is made from coconut, making its texture and look a bit different.

CatSpot – a new type of Cat Litter

CatSpot Litter’s work isn’t over when the litter box needs to be changed. It also doubles as a soil amendment and can be re-purposed in your garden, lawn or compost as it contains wonderful nutrients and naturally absorbs water.

We have been trained to believe that cat urine should clump in the litter box. That’s so manufacturers can sell you more of their litter. CatSpot Litter is not intended to clump the urine. Just stir the box daily to help the coconut absorb the urine, while removing the solids daily. You only need to scoop the poop.

You know what works for your cat the best

You know your kitty best, so you’re the expert here. But we recommend 1/3 or 1/2 of the bag, depending on how frequently you plan on changing it. If you use 1/3 of the bag, we recommend to change it every 10 days. If you use 1/2 of the bag, you should change it every 15 days.

Absolutely. They recommend one bag of CatSpot Litter per cat, per month. We also recommend that each cat have its own litter box. The rule of thumb, is one litter box for each cat, plus one more.

How to order

CatSpot is manufactured in Sikeston, Missouri in the heartland of America. We have no doubt that you’ll be satisfied with CatSpot Litter. But, if for some reason, you’re not, they do offer a one-time refund for your purchase. Return of product is not necessary. Reference Money-Back Guarantee.

Call them at 1-844-624-3125 or contact them via email at Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm CST. You and your cats may be very glad you did. You can also order online at

Have you been shopping around for the right cat litter? Have you find one, and then found it changed, so you wanted to try something new? Is there something special your or your cats are looking for when it comes to cat litter? Please share your thoughts.






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6 Responses to CatSpot – a new type of cat litter

  1. Very interesting post. I use a corn based litter. I wonder if this brand has any plans of being distributed in stores. I really don’t like having to order online. I will keep my eye out for this in the future.
    BTW the link where you say order online is broken, it says catstop instead of catspot. I got to the site through one of the links in the article. Thanks for sharing about this litter.

    • BJ Bangs says:

      Thanks for pointing that out. I’ll change the link right now. I also don’t like the idea of ordering, but I really like the litter so I may forgo that. I wish they’d put it in stores, though, or make it a one time order rather than signing up for a delivery system.

  2. Ellen Pilch says:

    That sounds like a great product.

    • BJ says:

      I plan to try another bag before signing up for any recurring shipping. It does track a bit, and that I found frustrating. However, the odor control is amazing.

  3. I’ve been looking all over for a good compromise between tight clumping and less tracking … and all I’ve found is frustration. I’m from Missouri and I’ve never heard of this company! Thank you for sharing 🙂

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