Feline Pine Scoop Clumping Cat Litter
Finally! Clumping Feline Pine!
Feline Pine finally has a clumping litter -and it's great. One of my dogs has a severe corn and wheat allergy and loves getting into the cat boxes, so this is a great way to keep her safe when she does manage to eat some of it. My cats don't seem to like it as much as the corn-based one we usually use, and it doesn't have the sweet corn smell, but it clumps just fine and I don't notice an odor (I have two cats and two litter boxes). The box it comes in is also incredibly handy and I prefer it quite a bit to the plastic bags. It makes for easy storing and I don't have to repackage it.
February 14, 2012
Natural litter is best, but Feline Fresh clumps better
Finding natural clumping pine litter isn't easy where I live, and I started out using Feline Pine and found it acceptable, but when I wanted to buy more I couldn't find it, so I tried Feline Fresh clumping pine litter, and found it actually clumps, and holds together much better so you can remove urine soaked litter without having most of it fall through the scoop, where it continues to contaminate the clean pine sawdust, causing you to have to throw away clean litter to get rid of the wet pine, and making more frequent changes of the litterbox necessary. When I went to buy more Feline Fresh, I again found none on the shelves, so I came here and got the Feline Pine again, but when this runs out I intend to come back and hopefully will be able to get the Feline Fresh, since it clumps better and lasts longer before you have to clean out the whole box.
July 25, 2013
Not as good as former pine litter made by same company
This product is good for controlling odor but it is messy, heavy and is used up quickly. I do love Chewy.com for quickest service ever.
December 31, 2012
We switched to Feline Pine Clumping after unpleasant experiences with wheat and corn-based litter. After using it for almost six months, I'm a fan. It does a great job of capturing odors, it clumps well and one box goes a long way.
December 30, 2012
NOT natural anymore.
This stuff now has mineral oil in it! Bad for your cat and you.
September 25, 2013
I was surprized that the litter was a differant texture from the previous product.Did the product change?
Was the product textured changed. it appears to be ground to a more powdery consistency. I prefer the original larger texture.
July 31, 2013
We switched to this litter in order to use a renewable resource. Unfortunately, this litter does not clump very well. If you are not careful, the clumps fall apart. You have to scoop very slowly and methodically to avoid causing the clumps to break. If they break, they fall apart completely and then the litter will smell bad after a few days because you are unable to get all of the urine out and it kind of makes the pine mildew. It is also extremely dusty. I had to wear a mask to scoop to avoid inhaling the dust. Every time I would scoop, I would get dust in my eyes. We tried to stick with it because it is better for the environment, but they recently changed their formula and it now smells unbearable, even though it says it has no added perfume. The new ingredient they use is mineral oil. I'm not sure if that changed the smell, but it smells so strong of pine sap now. Also, mineral oil can cause inflammation of the lungs when inhaled and because I know my cats will get plenty of dust in the air when they dig in this litter, I decided to pull the plug. It's too much of a risk to their lungs.
August 1, 2014
The natural wood cat litter is the best we have ever used for our two cats and the litter does not harm any new standing or healthy trees.
November 17, 2013