Drew from World's Best Cat Litter sent us another bag of their awesome litter with their new look!
We have to admit that while we love the litter, we haven't been using it since we tested and reviewed it. Our Mom is convinced that the price in Canada, and in particular, the province where we live (Quebec), is way higher than anywhere else.
We tried Feline Fresh Clumping, which is made from pine and we really liked it a lot. Although it was high-quality litter, the price was half the price of World's Best. The smell was great and the clumping was perfect and we both used the litter without any hesitation. The only problem with it was, the little pine particles were so light and small, that we would track it all over the apartment (and Deli ended up with some little pine danglies on her rear floof).
One day, while Mommy was in the grocery store, she decided to check the ingredients of a store brand 'green' litter just to see what made them environmentally friendly. To her surprise, it was made with corncobs, flushable, clumpable and supposedly had great odor control. The price was only $7.49 CDN for 3.2 kg (about 7 pounds), which is 1/3 the price of World's Best and 1/2 the price of Feline Fresh. The brand is President's Choice Green Cat Litter and is available in Canada at all grocery stores that sell the President's Choice line of products. We tried it out and we couldn't be more pleased. It doesn't look the same as World's Best Cat Litter (it's a lot darker), but it works really well, and unless World's Best comes down drastically in price in our area, we'll continue to use it.
Just to be clear, we think the price of World's Best (and a lot of other imported products) in our particular area of Canada is inflated because of import and tax laws, so our opinions are only based on local pricing.
N.B. On the weekend, our Mom went to Ontario to visit her brothers and she found a 3.2 kg bag of World's Best Cat litter for only $9.99(which is far more reasonable considering how long WBCL lasts)! She was so surprised because in Montreal, the same bag is $25.00! This was so shocking to her and she wonders why there are so many more taxes and duties here in Quebec.
Now, just to break up the poop talk, here's a picture of me!