J H Barclay
I have been using WBCL for just over a year now and it is the best I have found so far. It clumps very well and I like the fact that it can just be flushed away. I don't find that it smells at all, but a friend of mine did not like smell - it is vaguely sweet and can smell sort of like baby powder combined with what comes out of babies when cats have moved their bowels. It does track a bit, but I have fitted carpets throughout the house and I have never found it further afield than just outside the bathroom door. I used to find the old clay clumping litter every where! So, it's not perfect, but my cats like it and it is better than anything else I have tried.
This is the worst cat litter I've ever used. It tracks terribly, so much so that I thought I was on a beach when I got up this morning! The cat had only used it for one night & the smell was not masked at all. When I tried to flush a clump of poo down the toilet it clogged up my loo & took me 20 mins to unblock with a spoon scooping the litter out!! I got 24 hours from an expensive bag & have gone back to breeder select which is not perfect but a lot better than thus awful stuff!!
Have used lots of different cat litters. This is the one I keep coming back to. Clumps well, no smells and does not leave a dust trail like some other cat litters.
Gets carried all over the house on cat's paws, and I have a sneaking suspicion the corn-based litter was responsible for an influx of field mice, as I regularly found their droppings in the litter tray. Leastways, the mice have gone now I am using another litter. (You don't expect my cats to CATCH the mice, do you? ;))