World's Best is an eco-friendly alternative cat litter and perfect if you're looking for a biodegradable brand.
World's Best is a corn based brand by GPC Pet products and has received praise from cat lovers everywhere.
This natural kitty litter is made entirely of ground up whole- kernel corn, so it's eco-friendly, biodegradable and free of any harmful particles with very minimal dust.
It is also a safe alternative for cats and kittens of all ages.
Another benefit is that owners don't have to worry about their cats or themselves inhaling dust, which is a big issue with many clay based litters.
World's Best comes in two varieties which are original and extra strength (perfect if you have multiple cats).
One of the few concerns expressed by reviewers is that World's Best is a bit more costly than other litters...
Many say, however, that the price is offset by the fact that it can last you about twice as long!
This corn based litter is a clumping, scoopable and flushable litter as well. Before flushing, please review the hazards of flushing your litter down the toilet.
Flushing cat excrement has been suspected to cause extreme harm to marine life. Read more about flushable litter.
World's Best Cat Litter has been found to clump extremely well.
In addition, it has even been recommended for use in automatic boxes.
The reviews are especially favorable in conjunction with the Littermaid.
World's Best Cat Litter is all natural with no added fragrance. Many users have reported that it has excellent odor control and are quite satisfied with the natural corn scent.
However, there are some that claim that the odor control is not the strongest.
World's Best is finely grained and because it is so light, it makes it easier for your cats to track around the house. The tracking issue, however, can be easily solved by purchasing a litter mat.
Regardless of tracking, there are many environmentally conscious owners who swear by this litter and claim their furry friends will use nothing else.
One additional issue to beware of is that some cats may be allergic to corn, so this is something to watch out for and monitor when switching to a new litter.