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Kitty Poo Club Review10 min read

July 3, 2020 8 min read

Kitty Poo Club Review10 min read

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As much as you love your cat, you probably don’t love scooping his litter box. Scooping litter is a necessary evil for cat owners, but it doesn’t have to be a loathsome chore that becomes worse at the end of the month when it’s time to clean out the litter box.

With Kitty Poo Club, you can start fresh every month and recycle your old box. This subscription service offers monthly deliveries with four types of litter to choose from, all designed for safety and efficacy with your cat’s needs (and yours) in mind.

Kitty Poo Club uses recycled materials and their packaging is recyclable as well.

Brand Overview

Kitty Poo Club Cat Litter1 min read
Brand
Overall Score
Pros
    Cons
      Variety of Products
      9/10
      Price Per Pound
      7/10
      Multi-Cat Formulas
      7/10
      Clumping Ability
      8/10
      Long-Lasting Odor Control
      9/10
      Natural/Alternative Options
      10/10

      Though the name may be a little silly, Kitty Poo Club is one you won’t forget. This company offers a unique service to cat owners by delivering disposable litter boxes on a monthly basis.

      Each month you’ll receive a recyclable cardboard litter box and a bag of litter designed to last 30 days. At the end of each month when your shipment arrives, you simply recycle the old box and start fresh.

      Kitty Poo Club designs their litter boxes using recyclable material and each month you’ll enjoy a cute new design. These boxes are made with a waterproof coating to protect against leaks and they are incredibly simple to use.

      Just remove the lid, pop open the box, place the lid on the bottom of the box, and pour in your litter. You can even purchase a cardboard dome to go on top.

      If you’re tired of struggling with your cat’s litter box every couple of weeks, Kitty Poo Club might just be the solution you’ve been looking for. Convenience costs just $21.99 a month, shipped automatically.

      Products Available

      NameMaterialsClumping?Life StageAdditional Features
      Fine-Grain Silica Cat LitterSilicaNoAllFine sand-like texture, mineral-based, non-toxic, non-clumping
      Silica Cat LitterSilicaNoAllMineral-based, non-toxic, non-clumping
      Clay Cat LitterClayYesAllClumping, charcoal-activated clay, blended with minerals
      Organic Soy Cat LitterSoyYesAllNatural, plant-based, microbial odor control

      What Kinds of Litter Does the Brand Offer?

      Kitty Poo Club currently offers four types of cat litter, though only three were available for testing at the time. There are two silica cat litter formulas (one fine-grain and one large-grain) and a traditional clay cat litter.

      You can purchase a complete litter box kit with a disposable litter box and a bag of litter or purchase the box and the litter separately.

      The three formulas we’re reviewing here are the only three formulas Kitty Poo Club offered at the time. As of July 2020, they also offer an organic soy litter.

      To assemble the litter box, simply remove the lid and place it on the bottom after folding out the sides.

      Products Included In This Review

      Product NameTypePriceOverall Rating
      Fine-Grain Silica Cat LitterNon-Clumping$17.99/bag3/5
      Silica Cat LitterNon-Clumping$17.99/bag3/5
      Clay Cat LitterNon-Clumping$17.99/bag3.75/5

      Top 3 Cat Litters Reviewed

      1. Kitty Poo Club Fine-Grain Silica Cat Litter1 min read
      Product
      Overall Score
      Pros
      • Lightweight, fine texture is gentle on sensitive paws
      • Highly absorbent, helps control urine odor for 30 days
      • Doesn’t require scooping for liquid waste
      Cons
      • Fine-grained texture may stick to paws, some issues with tracking
      • Some cats dislike alternative litter and silica texture
      • Not a clumping formula, should be stirred daily
      Price
      6/10
      Clumping Action
      5/10
      Odor Control
      9/10
      Dust/Mess
      9/10
      Scent
      10/10
      Easy to Scoop
      9/10

      This fine-grain silica cat litter is an excellent alternative to clay litter if you’re concerned about dust. Derived from natural materials, this litter has a fine, sand-like texture that is incredibly lightweight and gentle on sensitive paws.

      It is a low-dust formula and completely free from scents, dyes, and chemicals.

      What makes this litter unique is the fact that it absorbs liquid and dries quickly, extending the life of the litter. It traps and eliminates odor as well, keeping the box smelling fresh and clean for up to 30 days.

      It is a non-clumping formula, however, so you’ll need to scoop solids and stir the litter daily to redistribute the used litter to keep things fresh.

      In testing Kitty Poo Club Fine-Grain Silica Cat Litter, we found it to be very similar to other fine-grained silica litter we’ve tested. We loved that it was lightweight and dust-free, though it did tend to track and spread a bit more than other litters.

      Fortunately, the Kitty Poo Club box is designed to help limit this.

      Our test cats tend to prefer silica litter for urine, so we didn’t end up having to do much scooping, so it wasn’t a fact that it isn’t non-clumping formula.

      When you order Kitty Poo Club, you’ll receive a bag of litter designed to last a single cat one month.

      You can purchase single bags for $17.99 or a 4-pack of bags for $64.99. Kitty Poo doesn’t offer weights on their site, but the bag we received weighed about 7 pounds. That puts it around $2.57/pound.

      Pros:

      • Lightweight and virtually dust-free
      • Absorbs liquid and dehydrated feces
      • Reusable with daily stirring

      Cons:

      • Fairly expensive compared to clay litter
      • Some issues with tracking and spreading
      Kitty Poo Club offers three different litter formulas with an organic soy formula rolling out in the summer of 2020.
      2. Kitty Poo Club Silica Cat Litter1 min read
      Product
      Overall Score
      Pros
      • Large granules track very little, less than finer grains
      • Absorbs liquid quickly and controls urine odor
      • Dust-free formula with no scents, dyes, or chemicals
      Cons
      • Not a clumping formula, should be stirred daily
      • Some cats dislike alternative litter and silica texture
      • Makes a crackling sound with moisture, may startle some cats
      Price
      6/10
      Clumping Action
      5/10
      Odor Control
      9/10
      Dust/Mess
      10/10
      Scent
      10/10
      Easy to Scoop
      8/10

      The primary issue with the fine-grain silica cat litter from Kitty Poo Club is its tendency to stick to the cat’s paws and track outside the litter box. This large-grain silica litter solves the problem, though you do sacrifice the softer texture due to the larger grains.

      Like most silica cat litter, this is a non-clumping formula designed to absorb liquid and dry over time.

      You simply need to scoop the solids and stir the litter daily to keep it fresh. When used properly, this litter controls odor well and a single bag lasts up to 30 days in a single-cat household.

      In testing this silica litter, we found it to perform similarly to the previous formula. It did a decent job controlling urine odor, though it was a little harder to scoop solid waste simply because the grains were larger.

      We could also see how some cats would find the larger grains uncomfortable on their feet.

      When you order Kitty Poo Club, you’ll receive a bag of litter designed to last a single cat one month.

      You can purchase single bags for $17.99 or a 4-pack of bags for $64.99. Kitty Poo doesn’t offer weights on their site, but the bag we received weighed about 7 pounds. That puts it around $2.57/pound.

      Pros:

      • Controls urine odor fairly well
      • Absorbs liquid and dehydrates feces
      • Non-clumping formula lasts 30 days

      Cons:

      • Large grains can be uncomfortable for some cats
      • Can be tricky to scoop due to grain size
      Each disposable litter box is printed with a cute design that changes on a monthly or seasonal basis.
      3. Kitty Poo Club Clay Cat Litter1 min read
      Product
      Overall Score
      Pros
      • Clumping formula is fairly easy to scoop
      • Controls odors well and absorbs liquid quickly
      • Contains no artificial scents, dyes, or chemicals
      Cons
      • May be dusty when first pouring, settles quickly
      • Can stick to the box a little with large volumes of liquid
      • A little pricy compared to other clay litters
      Price
      7/10
      Clumping Action
      9/10
      Odor Control
      9/10
      Dust/Mess
      9/10
      Scent
      10/10
      Easy to Scoop
      9/10

      In addition to their two silica litter formulas, Kitty Poo Club also offers a traditional clay litter.

      With its sand-like texture, this litter is soft on paws. It is charcoal-activated for long-lasting odor control and doesn’t contain any chemicals, scents, or dyes.

      Though this formula is marketed as low-dust, we found it to be a little dusty when first pouring it into the box. The dust settled quickly, however, so it wasn’t an issue.

      This litter didn’t seem to track any more than traditional clay litter and the Kitty Poo Club box helped contain it pretty well.

      The one issue we had with this litter is that large volumes of liquid made it a little sticky. This clay litter stuck to the box a little more than the silica formulas, though we didn’t have any trouble with liquid leaking through the waterproof lining on the box.

      When you order, you’ll receive a bag of clay cat litter designed to last a single cat one month.

      You can purchase single bags for $17.99 or a 4-pack of bags for $64.99. Kitty Poo doesn’t offer weights on their site, but the bag we received weighed about 11 pounds. That puts it around $1.64/pound.

      Pros:

      • Absorbs quickly, forms scoopable clumps
      • Soft sand-like texture good for sensitive paws
      • Free from chemicals, scents, and dyes

      Cons:

      • May be a little dusty when first pouring
      • May not last 30 days for all cats
      Kitty Poo Club offers two silica cat litters, one fine-grained and one large-grained, as well as a clay litter.

      What Do Customers Think of Kitty Poo Club?

      Because Kitty Poo Club is only available for purchase through the company website, that’s where you’ll find the most customer reviews.

      It’s unclear whether Kitty Poo Club posts both positive and negative reviews when they come in, but we could only find 5-star reviews for their products on their site.

      In reading comments from other independent testers, we found many felt the same way we did. Kitty Poo Club is extremely convenient, and they love the idea of a disposable litter box. That being said, there’s nothing particularly special about their litter that makes it better than similar brands.

      In July 2020, Kitty Poo Club is releasing an organic soy cat litter which may change things. The combination of a disposable box and an organic litter option may turn the heads of new customers.

      How Much Does Kitty Poo Club Cost?

      Kitty Poo Club makes it easy to ensure your cat has a fresh, clean litter box each and every month. For just $21.99 you’ll receive a brand-new litter box and a month’s worth of litter for a single cat.

      If your cat is fairly tidy and you’re able to reuse the box, you can purchase separate bags of litter to refill it. You can also purchase an empty litter box for $11.99.

      If you’re purchasing Kitty Poo Club litter to use in your own litter box, you can purchase single bags for $17.99 or a 4-pack for $64.99. Kitty Poo Club also offers an assortment of litter box accessories including a cardboard dome, a Catch-All litter mat, and a plastic scoop.

      Kitty Poo Club also partners with several pet product brands like Blue Buffalo, Fussie Cat, and Weruva to sell cat food and treats on their site which customers can add to their monthly deliveries.

      Where is Kitty Poo Club Sold?

      At the moment, Kitty Poo Club is only sold online through the brand’s website. Customers have the option to subscribe for monthly deliveries or to make individual purchases through the site.

      Each disposable litter box is printed with a cute design that changes on a monthly or seasonal basis.

      Overall, is Kitty Poo Club a Good Choice?

      We love the idea of a disposable litter box and we had no major issues with the quality of Kitty Poo Club cat litter.

      Nobody likes scooping the litter box but the only thing worse is having to scrape and spray it at the end of the month. The convenience of simply emptying the box and recycling it is great.

      The thing you need to remember with Kitty Poo Club is their boxes and litters are not specifically designed for multi-cat households. When you sign up, you have the option to indicate you have multiple cats but that simply results in adding extra boxes to your order. If you have two cats, you’ll need to empty or change the box twice as often to control mess and odor.

      Overall, we recommend Kitty Poo Club for single cat owners looking for convenience.

      The price of Kitty Poo Club is a little higher than you’d pay for similar products if you purchased them yourself, but you’re paying for the convenience of having it delivered to your door and for the litter box being disposable.

      Kitty Poo Club may not be the most economical option for multi-cat households.

      That being said, if you want to avoid the hassle of scooping and cleaning multiple boxes every two weeks, a disposable litter box like this may well be worth the extra cost.

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      Kate Barrington is avid dog lover and adoring owner of three cats, Kate’s love for animals has led her to a successful career as a freelance writer specializing in pet care and nutrition. Kate is also a blogger for a number of organic and natural food companies as well as a columnist for several pet magazines
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