I have a cat who will use any litter, fortunately. Once, she used an empty litter box I had just cleaned and hadn't put litter in yet. She does not care what's in it. Or, obviously, if there's anything in there at all.
I used to get some wonderful clumping clay litter from a small, local company that was extremely low dust, clumped like concrete, and was ten dollars for forty pounds. Boxie Cat is certainly not ten dollars for forty pounds but, since that small, local company is no longer, Boxie Cat it is. This stuff is an aggressively clumping litter which is excellent for me since the one litter box quirk my cat has is the refusal to bury anything. Though that's not really unusual for a cat who is both furry footed and declawed (I did not declaw her, nor would I ever subject a cat to such a cruel and brutal procedure, she came that way.)
So, yeah, Boxie Cat. Pricey Cat. Worth it. Furry toed cat doesn't drag as much of this halfway across the house like she does with most other litters.