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When the litter is olive green to yellow, your cat's urine is within the typical range. Want to test this color? Tap water will have a similar pH and show green to yellow.
The litter turns blue when urine is more alkaline than normal and may mean a urinary tract infection, for example. Want to test your litter? Ammonia will have a similar pH and show blue.
The litter turns orange when urine is more acidic than the normal range. This may mean bladder crystals or stones. Want to test this color? Vinegar will have a similar pH and show orange.
Because our litter is white, blood in urine appears red and is easy to spot. We advise against mixing PrettyLitter with any other litter because it can affect the visibility of the color change and its performance.
With the correct amount of PrettyLitter, one fill should last an entire month for one medium-sized cat.
We know there can be some confusion around the safety of silica gel, so here's a video that can provide some information on the use of silica gel in cat litter.
The PrettyLitter Difference
Advanced Odor Control
Our super absorbent silica gel
litter eliminates smells.
Up to 80% Lighter
Stop hauling a giant bag of
litter home from the store.
Color-changing formula helps alert
you to potential health concerns.
|No Heavy Clumps|
How It Works
PrettyLitter changes color to tell you when your cat has a potential health issue, so you can get them help before it becomes an urgent medical situation. Our silica litter (crystal cat litter) could save you big money on expensive vet bills, not to mention it could save your cat's life.
Dark yellow/olive green indicates cat urine within the typical range.
Orange may indicate metabolic acidosis or kidney tubular acidosis.
Blue may indicate certain types of urinary tract infections or increased risk of stone formation.
Red may indicate bladder crystals, feline lower urinary tract issues, or certain types of kidney disease.