Pretty Litter Cat Litter Review: Detect Feline Health Problems Early!


My once feral cat Lilly looking like she wants to get into trouble. :)
My once feral cat Lilly looking like she wants to get into trouble. 🙂



If you follow me on Instagram, you know how much I love my animals! My dog Freddy frequently makes appearances, and my once feral cat Lilly has been known to sneak in photos from time to time. My pets bring me such joy, and I do my best to make sure they’re healthy and well taken care of, like any compassionate pet owner would.



Lilly's new cat litter box and Pretty Litter cat litter.
Lilly’s new cat litter box and Pretty Litter cat litter.


We found Lilly when she was about two weeks old on the back of our property. Her mom is feral and had abandoned her. We didn’t know what to do but headed over to our local feed store where they showed us everything she needed. We bottle-fed her, taught her how to “bathe” so she could learn how to go “potty” since her mother never did. It was rough, but Lilly has since become a very rambunctious cat who loves hanging out with her dog-brothers and sisters and getting into trouble. She gets regular checkups and always appears very healthy, but you never know since animals tend to conceal their symptoms until their illness is well advanced. Since I enjoy doing reviews, I figured I might as well let my pets do some from time to time, especially when they can help detect potential health problems. I was recently approached about “Pretty Litter” cat litter which gives you a “colorful insight into your cat’s health”, and thought Lilly should give it a try.


I'm sorry, I'm not going to take a picture of my cat using the facilities! Here she is with her new cat litter box and Pretty Litter.
I’m sorry, I’m not going to take a picture of my cat using the facilities! Here she is with her new cat litter box and Pretty Litter.




Believe it or not but it helps detect certain feline health problems early. One bag is good for one cat once a month. It’s eco-friendly, highly absorbent , dust-free, is scoopable and has odor control. It reacts to your cat’s urine and helps detect health issues early. According to the back of the “Pretty Litter”, it “reacts to certain urinary elements such as blood, bilirubin, and abnormal levels of acidity and alkalinity, by making them visible to the naked eye.

I got Lilly a new litter box over the weekend and poured the Pretty Litter in the box. She used it right away and when I checked the litter, it was easy to see the spot where she urinated was yellow which means this rambunctious, feisty girl is healthy!

Would I buy it? Yes. I think it’s well worth it since it not only detects potential health problems, but one small bag will last the entire month. It’s $19 a bag and is available at ***** Please contact Pretty Litter if you have any questions or comments as they can give you expert advice. I have received multiple emails and comments about this product and I don’t feel comfortable answering as I am not affiliated with the company. I was just asked to do a review. Please contact them directly. Thank you!


Disclaimer: I was sent the Pretty Litter cat litter for my cat to review. I was not compensated in any way for this review. As always all opinions are my own, or in this case, all opinions are my cat’s!

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    You’re an angel for taking her in, and she is STUNNING. And thank you for the review, I was debating trying this for my 18-year-old kitteh and her 6 year old ‘sister’:) Think it’s worth a try!


      Thank you for the kind words! You’re very welcome. 🙂


    Lily is beautiful! she reminds me of my beloved tiger who left us in 2009! i wish i had known about pretty litter back then because she might have been able to be with us longer or at least i would have been able to make the decision to have her go over the rainbow bridge instead of having her die in my arms as i’m driving to the vet’s office!

    my current kitty, slingerland, was a feral that adopted me about a little over 1 year ago, about 3 months after my husband passed away suddenly (he’s named after his DRUM SET 😉 )


      Hi Kathy,

      I’m so sorry to hear about your husband and your cat, Tiger.

      I’m glad you have Slingerland in your life! It sounds like he’s a great cat and a good companion. 🙂

      Thanks so much for the kind words about Lily! She’s something else. 😉

      Have a great weekend!


    Patricia Kellogg

    Its a great concept but the litter doesn’t work well. It tracks everywhere and only lasts three weeks at best before smelling so bad (with daily cleaning) you will choke. .

    I have a sick kitty. I was recently at the vet and none of his urine showed and change of color in the litter. Also the fine sand stuck to him and he got an infection from it.

    The customer service people are weeks behind in responses. They didn’t honor coupons on charges and I’ve been fighting a double charge with them for 3 months. They take 3 weeks to get back to you


      Hi Patricia,

      I’m really sorry to hear about your experience with the litter, that’s terrible. I was sent the product years ago for a review, and thankfully didn’t have any problems at that time. I hope and pray that your cat will be okay. I hope Pretty Litter’s customer service gets back to you and they are able to help.