While you may think owning a cat is fun, cleaning up after it typically is not. Wet cat litter in your carpet is not only unsightly, but smells less than pleasant, too. It can also give you difficulty when attempting to remove it. Cats often collect soiled litter in their paws, then track it around your home on your carpets and rugs. They also often kick it out of their boxes when covering their mess. Fortunately, you don't have to live with the littered carpet forever; ways are available to get it out.
Collect as much of the wet litter as you can with a paper towel. Some of the litter may be loose enough for you to grab.
Allow the litter to dry. The litter will become easier to manage once it is dry.
Loosen the dried litter from the carpet fibers using a scrub brush. Vacuum over the litter spot. The vacuum should collect a majority, if not all, of the litter. If you still see litter, repeat the step until it is completely gone.
Wash the spot with an odor neutralizer. The wet litter likely left urine in the carpet fibers. Leaving the urine in your carpet creates an unpleasant smell and may cause the cat to eliminate in the same area. You must use a neutralizer as opposed to a typical household cleaner, as the neutralizer completely eliminates the scent, whereas cleaners normally do not.