Purina Tidy Cats 4-in-1 Strength Clumping Cat Litter - 35 lb. Pail

753 reviews - By: Purina Tidy Cats

Purina Tidy Cats 4-in-1 Strength Clumping Cat Litter - 35 lb. Pail
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Tidy Cats 4-in-1 Strength In the litter box world, there are four offenders of clean — odors from urine, feces and ammonia and the mess of weak clumps. And 4-in-1 Strength knows just what it takes to put them in their place. With advanced odor control and powerful clumping, that quad-trocious mess is ours. And a fresh, clean home...well, it's all yours.
  • Attacks and neutralizes ammonia, urine and fecal odors
  • Powerful clumping action for easy cleanup
  • Locks in moisture to keep cats dry and comfortable
  • Offers advanced odor control to keep your home smelling fresh
  • Formulated for multiple cats

Rummage Girl

Made just for Cats!

Tidy cat brand has been a long time favorite brand of Kitty litter for so very many years and Many cats that I have owned for the past 50 years now! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]


Bella loves it

This is the only cat litter our Bella will use . I have tried everything and this is the one.


Poor. Quality Doesn't hold up to orders urin

Gives odor does not cover or absorb odors doesn't work as well as arm and hammer Multi-cat climbs well but does not control odders well



We have four cats and this worked really well, it kept down the odor. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]



I think this is the best Tidy Cat litter overall. It has no fragrance, clumps great quickly, and kills odor quickly. I tried the other types, which are fine, but like "4-in-1 Strength" the best. I also tried Tidy Cat Lightweight, but I tracked it through the entire house and still had stuff on my paws that I had to lick off, which I doubt is a good thing to do. This was the first time my mom purchased the 35 lb tub, so it would have been nice to make the place to tear the opening strip off a little clearer and easier to see. My mom said there were no instructions on the tub on how to open it, but it eventually dawned on her that the holes on both sides of the crease in the black top were meant to be broken and then the strip pulled off. Once she finally got the rather hard to pull strip off, she realized the word "TEAR" was embedded in the black plastic strip, but it was impossible for Mom to see when leaning over the tub on the ground since it weighs 35 lbs (neither of us could pick it up; my mom is not supposed to lift over 20 lbs but buying this size saved a lot of money).