Rated 5 out of 5 by Boanerges Great Kitty Litter
I'm a country boy from NC currently living in Brooklyn,I had bought feline pine years ago and left for a walnut based kitty liter but started noticing massive urine smells emanating from the box, upon cleaning and the sort nothing abated the smell, went back did my research and came back to feline pine again, the rest was history, the pine absorbs the smell beautifully.
July 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KBK8 This product is healthy.
This litter is healthy for the felines. Odor control is very good. Maintaining a clean litter box helps control any out of litter box litter mess.
July 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5
by Mike63 Excellent litter.
We have used Feline Pine for 5 years, now we have it delivered to our door. Plus, our cat Macy has a new bed with the shipping box.
July 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by graylady My Cats prefer this litter and so do I.
This is a great litter if you have multiple cats indoors, as there is no odor! The cats seem to like it so much better than the clay litter they once used, and it's a lot cleaner and leaves less of a 'footprint' than the clumping litters they've tried, so no grit to clean up from the floor.
July 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lisa314 6 cats and no urine odor
As the title says, we have six cats and love pine litter because it eliminates all urine odor.
We clean the litter a bit differently than you would with a granular litter. First we use a large holed scoop to clean out the poo. Then, since this litter basically breaks up into sawdust when wet, we use a small slatted scoop to sift out the intact pellets from the sawdust and set it aside for reuse. The used litter is either composted or used for landscaping.
July 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by TabbyDad Best I've found
Minimal tracking, good urine odor control. Good alternative to clay clumping litter which I don't like because when wet it sticks to the litter box and my cat's paws. Feline Pine litter just disintegrates when wet and neutralizes urine odor very well. I just sift out the disintegrated pellets twice a day along with any feces, then tilt the box to the front and add new litter to the back of the box so there is always a fresh rotation of litter going through the box. Because this litter doesn't stick to the box I don't have to clean it or do a full litter change nearly as often (maybe just once every 6 weeks). I have tried many litters and although this is my favorite, I still wish it controlled fecal odor better. I think this is more of an issue of litter box design though. At my previous apartment I was able to vent my litter box, with a dryer hose and computer fan, through a window (found DIY instructions online). That set up worked perfectly and there was absolutely no litter box odor. Along with the Feline Pine's minimal tracking, I found it to be the best possible litter box setup. Unfortunately at my new place there isn't a window close enough to the litter box to use a vent, so I just scoop the litter more often to control odor. Also a word of caution – the pine pellets are rather large so I imagine some cats will refuse to use this litter. Fortunately my cat adjusted well.
June 24, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marty the cats are using it
I had used pine litter years ago and found that the cats didn't like it. I think the pine scent then was much stronger. I do get tired of shlepping those heavy boxes and bags of clumping litter and decided to try another bag of pine. They are using it!!! I leave out a box with the clumping stuff, too, but the box with the pine litter seems to get more "business" from my cats. The litter is light weight, easy to clean. Just toss the whole thing, rinse out the box, and voila. It does not stick to the litter box the way the clumping stuff does and does not start smelling until it's really ready to get tossed. I always hated having to scrape and scrape and SCRAPE the clumping litter from the sides of the litter box.
June 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nikkimom no dust
When I got my first cat, the vet said to use dustfree litter. After much research, I found Feline Pine. I have been using it for 9 years without any problems. The original that I bought then was a little better but it had a change but it still works. I have 2 cats and no smell unless it is beyond time to change. I love the fact that there is no strong perfume. I have asthma and the other litters have so much dust and smell, that when I watch my neighbors cats, I wear a face filter. As long as I take out the solid stuff, I can go two weeks with only adding some new stuff, before I have to change.
June 15, 2016