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Blue Buffalo Naturally Fresh Walnut-Based Pellet Non-Clumping Cat Litter

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Blue Buffalo Naturally Fresh Pellet Non-Clumping Litter is made from a proprietary blend of the fibrous materials from the walnut shell. It's laboratory-tested to have up to 2.5-7 times the odor control of other pellet litters. Unlike clay litters, which often throw off silica dust, Blue's Pellet Litter is virtually dust-free so you and your cat can breathe easier. And because it doesn’t stick to your cat’s paws, it won't be tracked throughout the house.

Key Benefits

  • Blue Buffalo Naturally Fresh Pellet is non-clumping and formulated to control up to 7X more ammonia causing odors than leading non-clumping litters. It's ideal for homes that needs a litter that provides exceptional odor.
  • If offers superior absorption and odor control because it's made from a proprietary blend of walnut shells, proven to neutralize odor better than clay, pine and wheat litters. In fact, it absorbs 3X more that the leading brand clay litter. Since it's more absorbent you can use less meaning one bag goes a lot farther that an equally sized clay litter.
  • Naturally Fresh litter is 100% natural and eco-friendly. It's made from annually renewable sources and is biodegradable if composted or disposed of in a similar fashion. It contains no chemical, toxins, clay, corn, or grains, so it's safe for you and your kitten.
  • Virtually dust-free means you can breathe easier in your home, unlike clay litter which throws off silica dust, which isn't good for pets or owners with respiratory problems. It's low tracking so you won't have litter throughout your home carried by your furry friend's paws.
  • Made in the USA from homegrown walnut shells!

Cautions

Wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter.  Cat feces sometimes carry parasites that can cause toxoplasmosis.  Pregnant women and people with suppressed immune systems should avoid contact with used cat litter.

Transition Instructions

Start by placing one to two inches of BLUE Naturally Fresh Litter in a clean cat litter box. Top dress with enough of your current cat litter to cover BLUE Naturally Fresh Multi-Cat Quick-Clumping Litter. Each time you change the litter, reduce the amount of your current litter. It typically takes one or two changes for most cats to be comfortable with a new litter.  Repeat reducing the amount of your current litter if needed.

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  • Item Number
    84985
  • Weight
    14.0 pounds
  • Brand
    Blue Naturally Fresh
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Walnut
  • Litter Feature
    Biodegradable, Odor Control, Non-Clumping, Unscented
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    No Corn No Wheat No Soy

Instructions

  • Fill clean litter box to the recommended level of 3" of BLUE Naturally Fresh Pellet Litter.
  • Maintain by “skimming” out the solid waste daily.
  • Gently shake litter box from side to side to mix any recently used moist litter with dry litter. If mixing with scoop is needed, gently shake from side to side afterwards to bring dry material to top of litter box.
  • It is recommended that you clean and sanitize your litter box every 30 days to maintain a fresh and healthy litter box for your cat.

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  • PICA CAT NEEDED HELP

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    My pica cat eats everything so I have to be careful. He ate the wheat cat litter and gained a lot of weight. He ate the grass litter and gained a lot of weight. He ate Blue Buffalo that has the guar gum and gained weight. I needed something with no clump because the starches and guar gum were causing the weight gain. I also needed something with no huge pellets he could choke on as he eats everything. What did I do? I take the pellet cat litter and grind it down to the same size using a Mr. Coffe grinder and then screen it for dust so it doesnt get brown dust all over. No choking cat from swallowing pellets and no weight gain cause theres no guar gum or starches. I tried to upload pics with no My pica cat eats everything so I have to be careful. He ate the wheat cat litter and gained a lot of weight. He ate the grass litter and gained a lot of weight. He ate Blue Buffalo that has the guar gum and gained weight. I needed something with no clump because the starches and guar gum were causing the weight gain. I also needed something with no huge pellets he could choke on as he eats everything. What did I do? I take the pellet cat litter and grind it down to the same size using a Mr. Coffe grinder and then screen it for dust so it doesnt get brown dust all over. No choking cat from swallowing pellets and no weight gain cause theres no guar gum or starches. I tried to upload pics with no success. Its Blue Buffalo cat litter now without the guar gum which the vet told me can cause an obstruction (the guar gum) if eaten. … more

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  • Super Litter!

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    I've been switching between pine and newspaper pellets from Sophresh for quite some time now, and love that the pellets do not track since I've got a long-haired Maine Coon who tracked the traditional cat litter like crazy! Lately though, he's taken to pooping in the bathtub when his litter smells a bit too much like pure ammonia. I scoop solids daily, but I've been having to change the litter every week to satisfy him. I definitely am not willing to switch back to clay cat litter, so when I found this walnut based litter I was thrilled to give it a go. As soon as I opened the bag, Gus, my kitty, tried to climb right in. He was super excited to try it out once it was in his box and it is definitely I've been switching between pine and newspaper pellets from Sophresh for quite some time now, and love that the pellets do not track since I've got a long-haired Maine Coon who tracked the traditional cat litter like crazy! Lately though, he's taken to pooping in the bathtub when his litter smells a bit too much like pure ammonia. I scoop solids daily, but I've been having to change the litter every week to satisfy him. I definitely am not willing to switch back to clay cat litter, so when I found this walnut based litter I was thrilled to give it a go. As soon as I opened the bag, Gus, my kitty, tried to climb right in. He was super excited to try it out once it was in his box and it is definitely eliminating the regular odors I typically smell. I'm hoping it can last as long as says it does, but I'm already totally impressed! … more

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  • Effective and Economical

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    This is absolutely the best kitty litter that I've used. Great absorption. Superior odor control. One bag lasts for about six months, and the price is quite reasonable. And needless to say it's 100% natural, with zero dust. Blue Buffalo is not paying me a dime, but I must say that I've always been very impressed by all their cat products.

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  • You get what you pay for

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    I am 100% unhappy with my purchase. My cat hate the liter also. She spends most of her time dumping it on the ground, and when she does use it, the stench of amonia and fecal matter are immediate and never go away. You have to constantly be scooping this liter- only the design of the pellets doesn't allow for such. They don't break down easily or quickly so it's nearly impossible for them to soak any urine up. It just creates a big smelly mess on my floor that I'm constantly cleaning up. I most definitely will be going back to my old brand of pine wood pellets, as it actually works. It's more expensive but, you get what you pay for.

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  • Great for ferals

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    if you crate/cage ferals for any period of time, you know how messy they can be with clay litter. this product is absolutely the way to go to reduce mess while recovering or relocating ferals.

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  • Works well and biodegradable

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    I've been using this litter for more than a year after a cousin conducted a comparison of litters looking for no dust options and landed on this one. I still keep a regular clay litter box but the cats use this pretty well. It controls odor well. I clean the solid waste out with a litter scoop with wide enough slats for the pellets to fall through and flush it. The pellets do disintegrate and sink to the bottom which I scoop and replace. I dump the whole box after a week or two. I spread the soiled pellets over the lawn where they are enriching the soil (you can see the concentration of white nitrogen in the used litter). I love not having as much clay going to a land fill. Because it's I've been using this litter for more than a year after a cousin conducted a comparison of litters looking for no dust options and landed on this one. I still keep a regular clay litter box but the cats use this pretty well. It controls odor well. I clean the solid waste out with a litter scoop with wide enough slats for the pellets to fall through and flush it. The pellets do disintegrate and sink to the bottom which I scoop and replace. I dump the whole box after a week or two. I spread the soiled pellets over the lawn where they are enriching the soil (you can see the concentration of white nitrogen in the used litter). I love not having as much clay going to a land fill. Because it's a hard pellet, it's noisier when the cat digs in it, so people with litter boxes near bedrooms may want to use something quieter. … more

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  • Not Good Litter

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    Pellets are way too big. Not attractive to cats for burying. Nice there's no dust, but not very practical.

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  • I think I like it so far.

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    One huge plus for this is it's not as messy as normal cat litter. It's a little bit louder when our cat scratches, but not enough for it to be annoying--just an observation. And I have only had it in the pan for four days or so. But, I don't smell anything yet. Huge bonus.

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  • Smell has been naturalized! Yay!

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    I do have to say I was a little suspicious when I ordered this bag of cat litter pellets thinking there's no way that these little tiny bits of compost Logs was going to prevent the smell from being exposed through my house however I was pleasantly surprised it's been a week, I was even away on a camping trip and came back home and my house smells way better!

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  • New product

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    New product to me not really sure on this. Pleased with other products I have bought.

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