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Nature’s Miracle Multi Cat Clumping Clay Litter, 28lb


  • 99% Dust Free
  • Ideal for multi-cat households
  • Instantly neutralizes odors urine and feces odors
  • Fast clumping to make clean-up easy
  • Super absorbent to lock in wetness
  • Helps reduce territorial odors- great for multi-cat households
  • Pro Assure is our odor control agent within the litter. It interacts with urine and feces to neutralize litter box odors.

Nature’s Miracle Intense Defense Clumping Clay Litter, 28lb


  • Clumping Clay Litter
  • Fights urine and feces odors
  • Bio-enzymatic power
  • Fast clumping to make clean-up easy
  • Super absorbent to lock in wetness

Natures Miracle 10lb Corn Cob Clumping litter


  • 99% dust Free
  • Clumping Natural corn cob litter
  • Light Weight
  • Works well in Automated litter Machines
  • Bio Enzymatic Odor Control
  • Super Absorbent to lock in Wetness
  • Natural- Contains no Dyes

Nature’s Miracle Intense Defense Fragrance Free Clumping Clay Litter, 28lb


  • 99% Dust Free
  • Fragrance Free
  • Clumping Clay Litter
  • Fights Urine and Feces odors
  • Bio-enzymatic Power
  • Fast clumping to make clean-up easy
  • Super absorbent to lock in wetness

Most litter is clay based; however, there is a trend to alternative materials such as silica beads, corn, wheat, and paper.  Many people feel that the clay has the best clumping properties and odor absorption. 


Finer textured litter will have better clumping properties and is readily accepted by most cats.  In testing, scoopable litter has been shown to be more effective with problem cats and kittens.  Unscented is preferred by cats, scented is preferred by owners.  You may want to try a few to see what works best for your cat and you.  


We recommend that you cover the bottom of the litter pan with at least 2” of litter.  If you use a clumping litter, you will need a slotted scoop to remove the clumps from the box.   Periodically, add more scoopable litter between cleanings to maintain a level of roughly 2”.


For more information visit "Solving Litter Box Problems" and "Litter Box Training".