Sunday, July 2, 2017

OH, BOY! Another kitty product to review! Yay!! One of my friends told me about this litter because it's PINK and she knew I loved all things PINK. #aesthetics Not only that but it can help you with your kitty's health so that's pretty awesome!! It's called Pretty Litter. Even the name is cute...Pretty Litter. Awww... It is PRETTY, too! 

It's overall white round silica gel granules with little bits of pink in it. Basically, it lets you monitor your cat's health. It will actually change color when your cat pees in a mood ring for your kitty's pee pee. teehee.... One bag of litter will last you one month per cat. 

Here's Princess Lily and James checking it out. They liked it! I was worried that they wouldn't take to it since I use wood pellets for their litter but within the first day they were using it. 

 James was the first one to check it out...he was sooo cute....he started digging and digging and digging! I thought he was trying to get to the other side of the world he was digging so much. I think he liked the feel of it. hahaha... He was the first to use it and soon after throughout the day the other kitties started using it too. So no worries about them not liking it. There was a bit of tracking...though James did love to scoop it out of the litter box with his paw so that's probably why. 

You're supposed to make sure to put at least two inches depth in your litter box for it to work right. The Pretty Litter traps odor and urine and you need to mix it very day to make sure it doesn't become saturated with you know what. lol... 

So you're probably asking, what color does it change to and what does it mean?


Golden Yellow or Olive Green = Normal

Red = Detection of blood which may indicate Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder (FLUTD), bladder stones/crystals, kidney stones, bladder inflammation, certain types of kidney disease and clotting disorders.

Blue: High alkaline which may indicate certain types of urinary tract infections.

Bright Green: Abnormal acidity which may indicate certain metabolic disorders.

Of course, there are other factors that may cause the color to become other than golden yellow and they say to observe the litter for 24-48 hours to see if the color changes. Also, if the litter becomes too saturated with urine at the end of month depending on how many cats you have the litter will turn blue simply because of too much urine so don't start hyperventilating. 

I'm happy to report that all my kitties are....healthy! Every single one peed a pretty golden yellow! Yay! Healthy kitties make this girl happy.  I definitely recommend it. If you want to check out more about this awesome product here's their website and faq page. Let me know if you've tried it in the comments below! 


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