Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - 13 lbs
Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - 13 lbs
Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - 13 lbs
Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - 13 lbs

Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - 13 lbs

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Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter - Multi-Cat Plus Extra Odor Control is a GAME CHANGER!  

When it comes to controlling litter box odor, some cat lovers can never get enough of a good thing. That’s why we created Multi-Cat Plus!
Our special corn-cassava blend goes through an extra processing step for performance that’s unsurpassed. Plus, we add more cassava for improved clumping and odor control – a must for litter boxes that are frequently used.

Lasts longer than other brands due to superior clumping!

100% sustainableSustainably Yours is made from corn and cassava, two crops that are completely natural, renewable and biodegradable. Also known as yuca or manioc, cassava is an edible, tropical plant grown worldwide.

A clean you can see!™ - This litter is whiter than other plant-based brands. Which makes it easy to keep the litter box tidy and spot differences in your cat’s urine. If you detect any changes, please consult a veterinarian!

Stops odors on contact The specially prepared corn in Sustainably Yours has exceptional odor-fighting properties. It instantly neutralizes offensive smells without added chemicals, and keeps on working – no matter how many cats you have.

Low dust, chemical & fragrance free - Sustainably Yours is made in a proprietary way that virtually eliminates dust. It doesn’t contain any chemicals or fragrances. Plus, it’s formulated for minimal tracking!

Clumps firmer & faster - The cassava in Sustainably Yours is naturally rich in starch. It works exceptionally well with corn starches to form remarkably solid clumps. These clumps not only entrap any residual odor but unlike ordinary plant based litters, they can easily be scooped out without breaking or crumbling.

So sorry to our international customers, but at this time, this product only ships to U.S. addresses.

Please note this item is not eligible towards any "Free Shipping" promotion.

Customer Reviews

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L.G.
Best Litter I’ve Used

I was using a corn based litter. I thought I would give this product a try. It actually covers up odors very well. I will only be buying this litter from now on.

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D.

Outrageous price.

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D.S.
Top of the line product!

I was previously using pine pellets, which worked fine for my indoor cat. I recently added a kitten, and I think the pellets hurt his feet. I found him marking my rug under my couch and I was willing to try anything to get him to use the box. I cleaned under my couch with natures miracle urine cleaner (wich is also amazing by the way).. anyway I changed all the litter in all my boxes and my adult cat had no problem, and my kitten loves it! He was playing in it for 30 minutes his first time!! I was lost on what cat litter to buy, there is way too many options. I chose this one because jackson put his name behind it!! Thank you jackson!!

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L.
Holy crap I LOVE IT!!

I was still on a search for a good cat litter to use with my diabetic cat that pees like a horse! I kept seeing this on my timeline so much. I figured that if it is approved by Jackson then it has to be good. I stared at it when I got it because it's sandy and my cat is a MESS with kicking it out of the box I was so scared. I have tried so many other brands and types; all from clay to pine pellets. It either cemented to his feet, couldn't contain that much urine, or tracked everywhere even onto my bed. Yes, even though it's everywhere outside of the litter box because my cat has no control, it has done WONDERS. It hasn't pooled to the bottom, it isn't stuck to his feet, the only tracking is from me, and it's NOT in my bed! This cat litter is THE BEST. I am loving it and I don't think I will ever switch from it. I don't know why I didn't try this litter sooner.

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j.
Definitely on my to-get list

I definitely want to try this litter but can't right now for a reason that I should pass along as a cautionary tale.

We are experiencing a bit of an invasion from the crawl space: I keep trapping and relocating cute little rats, they keep coming anyway at intervals. (COVID probably limited their usual food sources from the nearby college and grocery store.) Never had this problem before, cats always quickly dealt with any Darwin Award recipients who ventured into the house over the past few decades. But the current crew are a couple of pacifists who like to play catch and release tag with rodents but otherwise see them as just extra pets. The Mickeys know that I'm no threat at all. Hence my own cage and relocate program.

We used a corn-based litter successfully for many years (vet recommended because if you get a litter-eating kitty, it won't clog their intestines but will be digested- hence my interest in this one also). But one cute little Mickey the Rat became seriously addicted to the litter, since it was edible. Wasn't a great diet for her, though. She got more and more wobbly and finally was chased off or worse by another Mickey who saw an opportunity. She would walk right past the pacifist cats with impunity and waddle through the house to get to the kitchen (mainly for water from a pan under a leaky drain) without a care in the world, though. I actually miss her...

So until I've trapped the last Mickey and pushed my friend to complete the sealing-off-the-crawlspace project - I'm stuck with using clay litter again. I wonder if this litter would have been healthier for the little litter-addicted rat, though. Sounds rather delicious! I love cassava myself.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
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L.G.
Best Litter I’ve Used

I was using a corn based litter. I thought I would give this product a try. It actually covers up odors very well. I will only be buying this litter from now on.

D
D.

Outrageous price.

D
D.S.
Top of the line product!

I was previously using pine pellets, which worked fine for my indoor cat. I recently added a kitten, and I think the pellets hurt his feet. I found him marking my rug under my couch and I was willing to try anything to get him to use the box. I cleaned under my couch with natures miracle urine cleaner (wich is also amazing by the way).. anyway I changed all the litter in all my boxes and my adult cat had no problem, and my kitten loves it! He was playing in it for 30 minutes his first time!! I was lost on what cat litter to buy, there is way too many options. I chose this one because jackson put his name behind it!! Thank you jackson!!

L
L.
Holy crap I LOVE IT!!

I was still on a search for a good cat litter to use with my diabetic cat that pees like a horse! I kept seeing this on my timeline so much. I figured that if it is approved by Jackson then it has to be good. I stared at it when I got it because it's sandy and my cat is a MESS with kicking it out of the box I was so scared. I have tried so many other brands and types; all from clay to pine pellets. It either cemented to his feet, couldn't contain that much urine, or tracked everywhere even onto my bed. Yes, even though it's everywhere outside of the litter box because my cat has no control, it has done WONDERS. It hasn't pooled to the bottom, it isn't stuck to his feet, the only tracking is from me, and it's NOT in my bed! This cat litter is THE BEST. I am loving it and I don't think I will ever switch from it. I don't know why I didn't try this litter sooner.

j
j.
Definitely on my to-get list

I definitely want to try this litter but can't right now for a reason that I should pass along as a cautionary tale.

We are experiencing a bit of an invasion from the crawl space: I keep trapping and relocating cute little rats, they keep coming anyway at intervals. (COVID probably limited their usual food sources from the nearby college and grocery store.) Never had this problem before, cats always quickly dealt with any Darwin Award recipients who ventured into the house over the past few decades. But the current crew are a couple of pacifists who like to play catch and release tag with rodents but otherwise see them as just extra pets. The Mickeys know that I'm no threat at all. Hence my own cage and relocate program.

We used a corn-based litter successfully for many years (vet recommended because if you get a litter-eating kitty, it won't clog their intestines but will be digested- hence my interest in this one also). But one cute little Mickey the Rat became seriously addicted to the litter, since it was edible. Wasn't a great diet for her, though. She got more and more wobbly and finally was chased off or worse by another Mickey who saw an opportunity. She would walk right past the pacifist cats with impunity and waddle through the house to get to the kitchen (mainly for water from a pan under a leaky drain) without a care in the world, though. I actually miss her...

So until I've trapped the last Mickey and pushed my friend to complete the sealing-off-the-crawlspace project - I'm stuck with using clay litter again. I wonder if this litter would have been healthier for the little litter-addicted rat, though. Sounds rather delicious! I love cassava myself.