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World’s Best Cat Litter™ Target Contest Winners Announced

Drum roll please! Attention, ladies, gentleman and four-legged fur-balls ruling the Internet—you’ve tweeted, commented and emailed us with your story about purchasing World’s Best Cat Litter™ at a Target near you! Now, the time has come to select the lucky winners and let them shop, scoop and dress in our wonderful booty of pur-rizes!

As shared in our original contest post, there are three big winners who will receive a $200 Target gift card, a 1 year-supply of our liter and a trio of World’s Best Cat Litter™ branded items. Here are the winners broken down by category:

Twitter Entries – We had over 230 tweets sharing the announcement and 155 official entries! To see all entries please see our Twitter list.

Photo Entries – It was great seeing some pictures of the bag on the shelves and some happy customer faces!

Comment Entries – We had 264 official entries via comments on the contest post! We picked the winner using Random.org and the number 42 was returned as the lucky number!

Thanks to everyone who participated and helped spread the word about us now being in most Target stores across the country! We truly appreciate your support and please stay tuned for future contests!

–World’s Best Cat Litter™

  • cch

    Our Target doesn’t carry TWBCL.

  • Patti Acosta

    THIS IS THE WORST CAT LITTER!! ABSOLUTELY NO ODOR CONTROL, MY CATS HATE IT. PLUS IT’S WAY MORE EXPENSIVE THAN OTHER BRANDS. WHAT A NIGHTMARE. EVER SINCE I SWITCHED MY CAT HAS BEEN GOING OUTSIDE THE BOX. I WISH I NEVER WOULD HAVE CHANGED. MY OTHER CAT IS USING IT BUT HER BOX STINKS. I AM GOING BACK TO A MUCH MORE REASONABLY PRICED LITTER THAT ACTUALLY WORKS! I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED, NOT TO MENTION BEING OUT 40+ DOLLARS FOR ONLY TWO BAGS. WHAT A RIP OFF!

  • deb dw

    I was sad today at Target to see that they weren’t carrying it yet, but then in SF, our stores often start carrying things after other places anyway. Hope to see it there soon. It works well with my 5 cats, and doens’t have that awful chemical-ly smell like other litters.

  • David Korczyk

    Hey Patti, got some things to say to you.
    1. Capslock isn’t an attractive look for you. It makes you look like the white trash you probably are.
    2. The fact that you tracked down the website just to post a negative comment about the litter shows that you need a life. Just pointing out the obvious.
    3. Yes, this litter is more expensive than other brands, when you just look at normal retail cost. But when you factor in things like not having to continually add new litter when you scoop and clean the box, and the fact that a seven pound bag can easily last a month for a one cat home, you see that the litter becomes less expensive due to those details.
    Just because your cats aren’t using the litter box doesn’t mean that it isn’t a good litter. Hell, for all we know, you didn’t even gradually switch your cats over or at least leave another litter box available with their “normal” litter for just this kind of situation. You’re a lazy cat owner and I wouldn’t doubt that you also feed them some terribly awful cheap food.
    So please, take your stupidity elsewhere. Or prove me wrong.

  • Charlie

    When I first started using WBCL around 1998, the salesman in the specialty store I was in ATE IT. He actually took a handful and put some in his mouth and ate it. That sold me. The bottom line is that your cats will get any litter they use on their paws and will subsequently lick their paws. WBCL has no chemicals therefore your cats will not be ingesting chemicals. Just that fact alone makes it a great litter. Then there’s the added benefit of it being flush-able. To me, the only negative is that the odor control could be a bit better, but there are no miracles in pet products. It really is not as expensive as it seems because it does last a while. I could see people that are cheap or strapped for cash shying away, but these people don’t realize the harm they may be exposing their cats to by using standard chemically-infested litters.

  • sylvain1975

    I agree with David Korczyk . Patti should not say bad things unless she used the litter for a long period of time.

    Patti you have no idea what are you talking about. I’ve used this litter for 5 months now for my kitten (i’ve adopted 6 weeks kitten and I was avoiding a litter based on clay) . It is great! You can flush it straight into the toilet. I have an automatic litter and it works perfect. It clumps and one bag (7lbs) lasts for a month. Every two weeks I clean the litter and add fresh litter and clean every day any unremoved clumps. There is no smell or anything. Of course you get smell if you don’t clean the litter box for a week. The fact that your cat goes outside the box it is because the box is dirty and cats are clean creatures. So if I managed to train my kitten since he was 6 weeks old I think this stuff works fine if you know how to use it. It is expensive but on the long run you get plenty of benefits: clumping, convenience (it can be flushed), clean air ( no smell), and a clean cat ( if eaten it is ok because it is not clay). SO what do you want more?

  • Joanne Deist

    David – I agree with Patti. I did a gradual switch and gradually every time I came home there was more and more cat litter all over the bathroom floor. I couldn’t figure out if it was sticking to the cat’s feet or it was being thrown out of the box because the cat didn’t like it at all. Turns out the latter was the case. I find it didn’t control the odor and even though it clumps on contact, when you go to scoop, it falls apart. I will not buy this litter again. Price had nothing to do with it for me. It’s the end result and this didn’t perform well at all. There was even a cat litter scientist on Animal Planet (I know it’s hard to believe, lol) that says a corn based litter is not as good as a clay based litter and I can attest to that. I started researching and clay based litters are much, much better.