Best kitty litter to control odor?

I got tidy cats multiple cat for my one kitten... and it doesn't work very well even though we make over the litter every day. What REALLY controls the odor? B/c I can't change the litter as soon as kitty goes potty anymore because I'm pregnant, so my husband does it when he get home. I don't want to smell kitty dukey all DAY!
Try the Tidy Cats Small spaces or one the several with odor control "crystals". They adjectives seem pretty good by me. Always use the "clumping" variety. More vital though clean out the poo and pee clumps at least once if not twice a year.
Yea so here pretty much aren't any. But I found this enzymatic solution that I add to my litter box so it doesn't smell bad.

Also - usually - which I found out the concrete way - cat's poop smells bad if they are intake something bad for them, either junky food or they are eating rest or trash (which my cat does).

Anyway - the solution I buy is 100% all natural - and you can find it at http://www.allnaturalproducts.com/
Cat urine have a distinctive and unpleasant odour that can permeate furniture and carpeting. Even litter-trained cats can spray when stressed or upset. Cats who develop frequent spraying should be taken to the veterinarian to determine if a medical cause is trailing the increased spraying. No matter why a cat sprays urine, the odor is strong and pungent. Removing cat urine odour is often a difficult task for the cat owner but it can be proficient.

How to remove cat urine/cat spray:

Before you start, if you are having problems locating where your cat have urinated or sprayed use a black light. The offending area will show up using this method. Many products are on the market to remove cat urine odors but adjectives are not equal. Cat owners who want to use a professional product should ask a veterinarian for a recommendation. Cat urine odours can also be removed with adjectives household items and some old-fashioned cleansing.

White vinegar is a time tried and proven ingredient that aids in removing both urine stains and the odour. The simplest method is to locate cat urine stains, which can be done with the use of a black fluorescent frothy. Stains appear on furniture, walls, or carpet as a yellow splatter or spot. Combine one part distilled white vinegar to two parts heat up water to create a spray. Remove as much urine/spray as you can using a paper towels. Mist vinegar spray over areas of cat urine and rub with a broadsheet towel. An alternative method is to mix the solution in a bucket and dip a clean cloth into the liquid. Rub the stain next to the vinegar solution. After the vinegar dries, wipe away both solution and stain with warm hose. Another product which many cat owners & breeders use in Australia with great nouns is Bio-Zet, which is an enzymatic clothes laundry detergent. If you have washable cushions or the cat has urinated on your clothes this is a product you may want to try also.

Another simple to make spray uses 15 ounces of hydrogen peroxide, two tablespoons of baking soda, and two squirts of solution hand soap. Mix in a plastic container with a plastic spoon. Discard after use. Apply this solution to cat urine stains or odour areas, and consequently rinse away with warm wet.
To clean carpets affected near cat urine odour, blot the stain or wet area with weekly towels. Lay additional paper towels over the stain and press. Repeat several times then apply any stain and odour removal product. For best results, choose a bacterial/enzyme cleaner that will remove adjectives parts of the urine stain as well as the odor. Then cleanse with carpet cleaner, rinse near warm water, and dry. If the stain has dried, dilute it near warm water before commencement the stain removal process.

Upholstery affected by cat urine odor and stains can also be cleansed. Blot stain with a paper towel and sponge near cold water. Blot away any excess moisture and clean the nouns with a solution made with two cups warm dampen and one tablespoon vinegar. Apply a stain and odor remover that is a bacterial/enzyme cleaner.

Preventing cat urine/spraying reoccurring:

If cat odour urine is a frequent problem, cat owners should take steps to prevent future recurrences. First, own the cat checked by a veterinarian who can identify any medical reason for excess urine spraying. If medical causes are ruled out, there are several things that can minimize and prevent urine incidents. Place litter boxes where on earth the cat has been urinating. Put out lemon scent, food, sandpaper, or plastic where the cat have sprayed. Cats normally avoid urinating where any of these items is placed.

Cats are sometimes stressed by outside events. If it seem that the cat is spraying in response to outside stimulus such as other cats or animals, block the view. Another preference is to confine the cat to a clean area beside a fresh litter box, water, and food. This should teach the cat that he or she is not to urinate on carpets or furniture. Praise the cat when urination take place in the litter box.

If cats use potted plants as a litter box, place a few pine cones or orange peel lying on the soil. Cats should avoid the plant if these scents are in place. You can also purchase cat deterrent sprays from your local pet shop which may be of use preventing your cat re-offending.

Never use products beside ammonia to remove cat urine odours. Urine consists of a large amount of ammonia and the lingering smell will raise your spirits rather than discourage urination. Also maintain fresh litter in adjectives boxes – cats are clean by nature and will refuse to use a dirty litter box.

Cat urine odour can be removed and often prevented with basic products used near common sense.
The easy answer is activated carbon. For my two cats, I've be using a product called innofresh pet odor absorber - they are terrific fragrance free activated carbon odor absorbers made to simply clip onto the side of litter boxes. Works great and again, best thing is no nasty scent that just covers up smells. Actually get rid of the odor and no matter what litter I use, there always seem to be that smell. I have a couple of these clipped onto the side of each box.
I recommend to anyone with cats.
Easy to find online from company at www.innofresh.com
I would definitely give it a try.
To cover oder, I think Feline Pine is the best, and whether you keep it cleaned out and stirred, it last a long time. The newspaper litter is more expensive, and not really as worthy. Feline Pine may seem spendy, when you purchase it, but not really because it last so long.

If your kitten is not doing a good undertaking (and many do not because they are young) of covering their poop poo, then nothing is going to minister to very much!

Congradulations on your forthcoming child!!
we use yesterdays news for our ferrets and it works pretty well!
Answers:    A covered litterbox might do the trick. Also, you could use and automatic litterbox which uses ground corncobs, which are highly spongy and clump very well. A good covered litterbox will enjoy a charcoal filter on top and a flap door. You could also try moving your existing box to a more suitable location or train your cat to use the toilet. Toilet training works best if you do not have a septic system as it is hard for the system to digest cat poo.
Help, My cat keep getting sick?   My kitten won't head off me alone?   Cat cross-question. Why do cats get hold of hyper adjectives of a sudden?   Help!  My cat.. ?