CatSpot – a new type of cat litter

BJ Bangs

BJ Bangs is an award-winning journalist, photographer, and communication profession who is an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including visiting cool cat events and writing about them.

8 Responses

  1. JuniorSheppard says:

    My hubs and I want to change our cat litter to something completely dust free. Is this dust free? If so, how did you transition to catspot litter?

    • BJ Bangs says:

      I would check with CatSpot, but I would consider it dust free. It’s definitely different from most litters that I’ve used. It does not have much dust, but it does track. I changed one box in a heavily used area for them to try, and then slowly added another box with CatSpot. You can try it out by ordering just one bag, and seeing if you like it.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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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