Published by: Ingrid King. Last Updated on: February 1, 2023 by Crystal Uys

It’s always nice to see companies give back to their communities, and it’s especially nice when that giving is focused on cats.  World’s Best Cat Litter™ just launched a new round of its GiveLitter™ campaign. After donating more than 40,000 pounds of cat litter between deserved animal rescue groups in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and Texas, they are now focusing on supporting cats at three new shelters spread across the country.

From 8/1-9/16, you can vote daily to donate litter, for free, to one of three deserving animal rescue organizations: Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (Wainscott, NY), Homeward Pet (Woodinville, WA), and A.D.O.P.T Pet Shelter (Naperville, IL). Each one of these participating shelters is part of the No More Homeless Pets® Network – a program of the Best Friends Animal Society.

It’s free to vote and you can do it daily. Click on the “give litter” badge in the right sidebar, vote via Facebook, or on the program’s website. The first time you vote and/or “like” World’s Best Cat Litter on Facebook, a pound of litter is donated. Each additional vote adds one-tenth of a pound. Voting is free and so is your litter donation.  At the end of the voting period, the litter will be distributed proportionally according to the total vote count for each shelter.

Now if only I could get Allegra to change her mind about this litter!

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3 Comments on Help World’s Best Cat Litter donate free litter to shelters

  1. Doing this for the 2nd time. The more litter donated to shelters the better, anything not
    cheap clay is better for kittens! My kittens have had things changed on them constantly since they started using a box, I use the best I can buy or get donated to me for them so they are used to change. This diminishes smells and is better for their breathing, I would like to see all shelter kittens use it after surgery! Get the vote out!

  2. Jack eats this litter which is why I’ve never tried to use it beyond the foster kittens I brought it home for. It didn’t work all that well for them, so I didn’t push it, but I know a lot of people who love it. I think it is great they are doing this, thanks for sharing!

    • I really like the idea behind this litter, and the fact that it’s so lightweight, but, as I said in my post, Allegra refuses to use it. I love that they’re running their Give Litter campaign for the third time.

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