Win Cats Incredible Litter from Lucy Pet Products (5 winners!)

We’ve told you about the 10 reasons we love Cats Incredible litter — but now we’d like to give YOU the chance to try this litter in your own home!

Cats Incredible litter is, well, downright incredible because it prevents ammonia from forming in your cat’s litterbox–and that ammonia is the cause of so much of that “litterbox smell” that we all know. Along with a pesky odor, ammonia can cause health problems for both your cat AND the human occupants of your home.

Doc Halligan, the Chief Veterinary Officer of the Lucy Pet Foundation, talks about ammonia and your cat in this Hallmark clip:

The Dangers of Ammonia from Lucy Pet on Vimeo.

But what other questions would YOU like to ask Doc Halligan about Cats Incredible litter and keeping your cat safe from ammonia in the litterbox? We’re giving away Cats Incredible litter to five cat families — and one way to enter is to leave a question for Doc Halligan that she’ll be answering here on CatTipper next month. Each winner will receive one 14-pound container of Cats Incredible litter in your choice of unscented or lavender scent. Good luck!

How to Win

This giveaway is sponsored by Cats Incredible and Lucy Pet Products, a CatTipper sponsor. As always, we only share products that we use in our own home!

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Comments

  1. Lavender sounds so interesting! Would love to try it:)

  2. Lindsey W. says:

    I would like to try the lavender scent.

  3. Jamaka Petzak says:

    Cats do not like perfumey scents at all, so we would love to try the unscented formula! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  4. I would love to try the lavender scent!

  5. Theresa Spaid says:

    We are going through Urinary Tract problems now with our little Sneaky Pie. Could the ammonia in the litter have had anything to do with that?

  6. Theresa Spaid says:

    We would like the lavender scented one.

  7. How does ammonia affect senior cats as opposed to younger cats?

  8. I would ask her what the best cat litter material is to absorb ammonia.

  9. I would like to try the lavender scent.

  10. Audrey Stewart says:

    I have 12 cats, and litter boxes are scooped constantly, and changed completely everyday. I would like to know why some cats just have this thing for cold water. I have had them tested for everything. At first I thought of diabetes. All test have been negative. They are also old. All the cats I shelter are elderly. Most have no teeth. I even have one on high blood pressure medicine.

  11. Audrey Stewart says:

    Unscented litter is all I buy. I just use plain cat litter.

  12. Lilly Mathews says:

    Unsented please.

  13. Stacey McCrary says:

    I would like to try the lavender.

  14. Stacey McCrary says:

    I would like to ask, 1) how do I get the urine smell out of my house! We have a male cat that hasn’t been able to get fixed yet but he’s driving me crazy with the spraying and the constant meowing of wanting to be outside, which scars him!

  15. Jennifer A says:

    I’d ask about how the crystal cat litters work since you only scoop the poop and stir the urine. Does the ammonia build up just as bad or do the crystals help combat that issue?

  16. Jennifer A says:

    As much as I think I’d like the lavender scent, I think our cat would prefer the unscented variety šŸ™‚

  17. Our choice is unscented litter according to the cats.

  18. Heather Taylor says:

    The lavender scent sounds nice.

  19. Heather Taylor says:

    Are all natural cat litters just as effective if not more than the clay litters? My cat is sensitive to the clay litters. I only get the all natural type and find she does not have any respiratory issues versus the clay.

  20. Tracy Shafer says:

    I am just so tired of the smell. I clean the box out at least once a day, and after a few days the smell is unbearable.

  21. Tracy Shafer says:

    I would love to try the lavender scent.

  22. Emily Endrizzi says:

    I would like to try the lavender scented litter.

  23. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would like to win the lavender scented litter.

  24. Just started using this litter and I’m happy with it!

  25. I would like to try the unscented litter, thanks!

  26. Can my asthma be reversed by getting rid of the ammonia smell in my box? If the lavender scent is barely noticeable, we’ll try that; otherwise the unscented is better.

  27. What is in this litter that makes it different from others? How does it deal with ammonia?

  28. I’d like to win lavender. I’ve never tried it though, so I’m not sure what my cat will think of it. How have other cats reacted to the scent?

  29. allison hoffman says:

    i would like the unscented

  30. cathy truman says:

    I would like the lavender scent for my cat Jasmine.

  31. I would like to know if damage can be reversed, such as when a human quits smoking?

  32. Personally I love the lavender scent but my kitties prefer unscented by far do that would be my choice.

  33. Tina Deming says:

    Unscented!

  34. Jamie Williams says:

    I would love to win the Lavender scented litter. I’ve never heard of this great scent before.

  35. Sandra McFadden says:

    Is it my imagination or does my male urine smell stronger before he got neutered?

  36. Sandra McFadden says:

    I would love the scented Lavender litter!

  37. Karen Adams says:

    Where can this Litter be purchased? Will the cat litters with Ammonia kill cats and can humans be affected?

  38. Karen Adams says:

    Lavender is what I would love to win please

  39. Jodi Wresh says:

    I like the idea od the unscented to use in litterbox. What is it about this litter that prevents the ammonia buildup?

  40. Jodi Wresh says:

    Unscented sounds great

  41. Regina Elliott says:

    How is cat litter and litter boxes harmful to pregnant women?

  42. Regina Elliott says:

    Lavender would really small nice

  43. I would like the unscented version.

  44. I would like to try unscented.

  45. We don’t really have any questions, cuz we don’t really have letterbox problems. But we’re always lookin’ fur he bestest litter. We would purrfur unscented fur sure. Us kitties don’t like purrfumes any more than you would wanna sit on a lavender scented human toilet. Fanks fur da oppurrtunity to win.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  46. You should all check out Ricky the Cat on Twitter! @rickytherescue – he’s so handsome and a great spokesperson!

  47. How does ammonia affect kittens versus mature cats as we have both and can we use the same cat litter for them

  48. I think I would like to try the Lavender scent

  49. MARLA KING says:

    I would like to win Lavender scented.

  50. MARLA KING says:

    Why is my cats urine my strong some days then others. He has the same food daily.

  51. Sonya Allstun says:

    unscented

  52. Sonya Allstun says:

    Is there anything on the market that cuts through the enzyme cats urine has and if so what one is best

  53. I would love to try the lavender scented litter.

  54. My question would be if there is something other than baking soda that minimizes the ammonia smell.

  55. Sandy Weinstein says:

    i would like to know how dangerous it is to have the ammonia scent in the litter? will it cause health problems. does the strength of the ammonia smell have anything to do with what the cat is eating or if she has any health issues?

  56. Sandy Weinstein says:

    i would like the Lavender scent, but either will do because i will be donating it to Safe Haven for Cats rescue and shelter. thank you.

  57. Cindy Conner Bowling says:

    I would like to try the unscented.

  58. My older male cat, Leonardo, who is otherwise quite healthy sometimes has urinary tract problems. I have been through several litters. I wonder if it’s related at all, and what i should use.

  59. Generally I don’t care for any added scent to cat liter, so I would go unscented.

  60. Brandi Dawn says:

    I would like to try the lavender scent!

  61. Brandi Dawn says:

    What is in Cats Incredible litter that prevents ammonia from generating? Is it a chemical? I guess I am asking what is the science behind it!

  62. Iā€™d love to try the lavender scent!

  63. Lisa Mills says:

    Is there a clumping litter that is actually dust free? Unscented is the only kind of litter I use.

  64. LeAnn Harbert says:

    I want to try the lavender litter.

  65. Can the dust from litter and/or the scented material in litter be causing one of my cats to excessively shed. Been checked out by a vet and no know cause. Will this litter help with this issue

  66. I would prefer the lavender scent, however if the cat is allergic to it then the unscented is best!

  67. I watched the video and it’s very interesting. I even volunteer at the shelter and the smell does not bother me much but as I am trying to get pregnant… should a pregnant woman be smelling the ammonia? I’m now thinking NO. Previously I thought just scooping would be bad. How do you think this could possibly affect me or my baby in the future if I were in the cat house while pregnant?

  68. Melissa Crisp says:

    I’d try the lavender. My picky cat might like it because he will not go in it if it even smells a little.

  69. Definitely the Lavender!!!

  70. Would love the unscented.

  71. I would just love to know how to get rid of the smell. I’m super sensitive to odors and even a clean litter box bothers me. the smell of the actual litter.

  72. Lavender sounds great but I think I would like the unscented.

  73. Emily Endrizzi says:

    What problems does ammonia cause for humans and cats? Other than just being smelly.

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