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Rated 4 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.

  • Ingredients????
    I've looked everywhere and I can't find an ingredient list anywhere for this product? How can you get away with not disclosing what is in it? I have a real problem with this. I bought it in a hurry because I was bringing home a new kitten but it has a strong chemical smell which concerns me. I won't be buying this product again until I can be sure that ALL the ingredients are natural. I'm unable to rate/recommend the product below because I can't rate/recommend something when I don't know what is in it. by on 07/03/2016
  • Too strong and synthetic a smell
    What are the actual ingredients of the strong scent of the cat litter? I agree with other reviewers that it is an offensively strong and synthetic smell. I like the corn cob litter and would love an unscented version, and I find it very hard to believe that the scent is from 100% essential oils, that was inferred from one of the answered questions above, because of two main reasons. 1) I have and use a lot of pure essential oils including pine needle oil, and 2) It would be cost-prohibitive in terms of profit to use the amount of essential oils necessary to make that pungent a smell. It is more likely that cost-cutting measures to increase profit resulted in "natural" or synthetic fragrance being added. If unscented isn't an option, a subtle, almost indetectable scent would be ok if 100% essential oils were used. I don't want to mask the smell of cat waste with a smell that is worse. People that want strong masking fragrances can spray air fresheners. But it would be nice to have the option not to have the fragrance. Here's a business opportunity: sell unscented litters primarily, and sell add-on air fresheners or scented sprinkle-on litter additives as an optional package deal with a set of custom fragrances (the pine, etc.). If the package price point was similar to existing, or not too much higher, then you'd probably have a lot more happy customers. by on 04/29/2016
  • No Dust Litter
    With four indoor cats litter is a big deal. We have tried several before we found Nature's Miracle litter. Our cats took to the litter without issue, and we were happy with lack of dust. Good odor control overall helped with baking soda as needed. by on 04/09/2016
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