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Description

The Feline Pine you know and love now absorbs even faster than before! Liquid is absorbed 2X faster so your cat’s litter box will stay fresh and dry. The highly absorbent pine fibers work like thousands of tiny sponges to absorb liquid to lock ammonia odors away. Feline Pine uses the odor-fighting powers of 100% natural pine instead of harsh chemicals, additives or synthetic perfumes to eliminate the toughest odors. It’s the smart choice for the health of your cat and home.

Key Benefits

  • Highly absorbent pine fibers absorb liquid to lock ammonia odors away for 100% natural odor elimination
  • Leaves no messy cloud of dust so you can pour with ease
  • Non clumping litter with naturally fresh scent
  • Improved formula absorbs liquids 2X faster
  • No harsh chemicals, additives or synthetic perfumes

Additional Details

Keep this package away from small children to avoid danger of suffocation.

Ingredients

100% Pure Pine.

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  • Item Number
    47407
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Pine, Wood
  • Litter Feature
    Non-Clumping, Unscented, Odor Control

Instructions

Transitioning A Finicky Cat:

  • Pour 1 inch of Feline Pine Litter into a clean litter box and add 1-2 inches of your old litter brand on top of the Feline Pine Litter. Do not mix; Your cat will mix as it is used.
  • The next time you change the litter box, fill with 1 inch of Feline Pine and a lesser amount of your old litter brand. Repeat this for 3 to 4 changes, lessening the amount of your old litter each time.
  • Fill litter box with 1 inch of Feline Pine. At this point the transition should be complete. However, some cats do need more time, so don't give up! Repeat step 2 as needed, knowing that you are making a smart Choice for the health of your cat and home.

Instructions For Use:

  • Pour 1 inch of Feline Pine into a clean litter box.
  • Scoop and discard solid waste daily.
  • Shake box to reveal fresh dry pellets.
  • Change litter as needed.

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  • Smells Good, But Difficult to Clean Poop

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    I really like this litter for odor control and price. I don't like most generic clumping litters because they tend to have a lot of dust, tracking, and weird smells. This litter has very little dust, and barely tracks anywhere, and smells like fresh pine! However, it can be a little difficult to pick out the pieces of poop. If your kitty has wet poops or likes to kick the litter around a ton, the poop tends to spread everywhere and even after you remove it, there are slight remnants of it in the box. This leads to a gradual build up of poop and you have to replace all the litter AT LEAST once a week or it will start to smell pretty strong. You're only supposed to put 1 inch of feline pine in I really like this litter for odor control and price. I don't like most generic clumping litters because they tend to have a lot of dust, tracking, and weird smells. This litter has very little dust, and barely tracks anywhere, and smells like fresh pine! However, it can be a little difficult to pick out the pieces of poop. If your kitty has wet poops or likes to kick the litter around a ton, the poop tends to spread everywhere and even after you remove it, there are slight remnants of it in the box. This leads to a gradual build up of poop and you have to replace all the litter AT LEAST once a week or it will start to smell pretty strong. You're only supposed to put 1 inch of feline pine in the box every time though, so you're not throwing out a ton every time. Side Note: I also like that the litter is biodegradable and I can just flush the poop down the toilet. … more

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  • Does the job greatly

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    I have been using this for about 2 years now. If used as directions state exactly it works exceptionally well. No odor at all. ( I have 11 litter boxes) does not clump so don't expect that. With their urine the pellets turn to dust and with daily twice a day box scooping of the feces and a gentle stir the dust goes to the bottom and a fresh pile of pellets is now ready for their use. No tracking at all. Some pellets do come out of the litter to floor but no issues with that just sweep up. My cats had no problem adjusting to this litter. No unnatural odors just a pure pine smell. If your concerned with your or your pets allergies and or inhaling that nasty perfume scent these other litters have I have been using this for about 2 years now. If used as directions state exactly it works exceptionally well. No odor at all. ( I have 11 litter boxes) does not clump so don't expect that. With their urine the pellets turn to dust and with daily twice a day box scooping of the feces and a gentle stir the dust goes to the bottom and a fresh pile of pellets is now ready for their use. No tracking at all. Some pellets do come out of the litter to floor but no issues with that just sweep up. My cats had no problem adjusting to this litter. No unnatural odors just a pure pine smell. If your concerned with your or your pets allergies and or inhaling that nasty perfume scent these other litters have please consider this litter. Great product and comes in a large bag. Each bag lasts approximately 3 weeks when used correctly and honestly no odors from urine or feces. Just keep up with the freshness of the litter. It is also biodegradable so I use in my compost pile with the chicken waste. … more

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  • Best Litter We've Tried

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    For years, I used clumping clay litter because it was what I was familiar with. As I began to think more critically about the environmental impact of both clay litter and also the plastic bags I was using to take the waste to the trash, I was desperately seeking an alternative. Little did I know that the environmentally positive pine litter would also outperform the old standby. Guests come over surprised to find a litter box in my small apartment because it just does not smell. And no more plastic bags! The poop goes right in the toilet, and the urine (and its odor) is absorbed into the pellets, which crumble into less trackable pieces than clay. In original pellet form, the cats struggled to For years, I used clumping clay litter because it was what I was familiar with. As I began to think more critically about the environmental impact of both clay litter and also the plastic bags I was using to take the waste to the trash, I was desperately seeking an alternative. Little did I know that the environmentally positive pine litter would also outperform the old standby. Guests come over surprised to find a litter box in my small apartment because it just does not smell. And no more plastic bags! The poop goes right in the toilet, and the urine (and its odor) is absorbed into the pellets, which crumble into less trackable pieces than clay. In original pellet form, the cats struggled to bury their poop, so that stunk, but once the pellets break down, the cats have no problem hiding the evidence. … more

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  • Best Litter Out There

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    I've tried all different litters and no matter what the claim they all smell and make a mess but not this litter...it is odor free and the whole pellet idea just works great! Because it breaks down and falls through the screening tray the box is easy to clean and there is never wet nasty litter to stick to your cats feet. I use this with the Tidy Cat Breeze Litter box(also bought from Chewy!) and although you have to buy the liner sheets the savings on litter far out weighs the cost of the liners. Personally for me it's more about the cleanliness of the box than the money. Definitely recommend it!

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  • Great Pellet Litter

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    If you are looking for natural pellets, this is a great litter. Although I knew it would be pellets, I failed to predict what a shock it would be to my kitten. Because of the difference, she's been reluctant to do some of her business until it's urgent. She just cannot get comfortable with it. If I had to do it over again, I'd likely mix the pellets in with some litter and transition slowly to all pellets. For now, I'm trying out another natural product more in the texture my kitten will recognize.

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  • Reilly, Nell, & the Young Whippersnapper all agree - this stuff is great!

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    We switched to wood pellets a few months ago, because both regular and clumping litter were tracking out of the bathroom and destroying our wood floors. None of our 3 kitties had any issues adjusting to this, and I really like the fact that there is no strong "perfume" to try to mask odors! The urine is well absorbed, and there is no longer any detectable smell from it; the poop stinks until scooped, so if someone is home it is cleaned out promptly. Final plus is the 20-pound size is relatively close in price to the 40-pound, but it's much easier for me to manage the 2 smaller bags.

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  • No smell and easy to clean

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    Your cat might originally resist using the pellets, but they will adjust even if they are older. I love that my litter boxes, I have four cats, don't smell like cat urine as the pine totally absorbs the smell. I have a bad back and as this product turns to pine dust as it is used, it is very easy and light to dump into the trash. You don't need to use much either, about an inch on the bottom. It makes cleaning the litter box simple, light and easy.

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  • No smell, far less track

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    In my quest to eliminate toxic food and litter from my cats lives, I tried Feline Pine. I have 2 cats, one that uses the toilet to pee and one large domestic that does not. My cats eat an organic/high quality wet food diet, and both their urine is not very smelly same with #2. BUT, I did take their box in the car on vacation. And no smell. I left it in the car overnight accidentally, and my car smelled slightly of paper, No urine. Tracking is far less than traditional. For the price I gave this 5 stars.

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  • Cost effective but not great for smells

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    I have used other pine litter previously and wanted to see if I could find a less expensive option. I could not find in the litters description if this was pellets or cobbles (this one is pellets). This brand as compared to the other I use does not help at all with smell and is not very scoopable as the pellets are too large to be sifted out effectively. I essentially scoped out the "presents" and a scoop full of litter with it. Also Ewok did not like this litter as much (texture maybe) as he almost always used the other box with his other pine litter. Not something I would buy again. I would recommend trying a very small bag first to see if it works for you.

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  • All around best litter

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    My cats and I all have asthma so dusty or scented litters are out of the question. This pine litter somehow COMPLETELY hides the ammonia smell of cat urine. It's like magic, I have not gotten so much as a whiff of cat urine since I started using this litter. Plus the litter itself actually smells good, like a hardware store/pinewood smell.

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