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Simply Pine Pellet Cat Litter is a 100% natural product, made in the USA.

Simply Pine has no dust and no tracking. It is chemical free, additive free, and is safe and healthy for your cats and your home. Our pine pellet cat litter is designed to provide superior odor control, and comes from 100% pure northeastern white pine. Simply Pine pellets are the natural choice for the health of your cat and the environment. When it comes to cat litter, there’s only one choice. Remember, it’s Simply Pine Cat Litter!

Key Benefits

  • This cat litter is made to be as natural as possible. It's made of pure, all natural Northern Pine. It contains no chemicals or additives which can be potentially harmful to your cats, other pets and people in your home.
  • Your cat will love the textures and scents that naturally come with using this litter. It will remind your kitties of the great outdoors.
  • A better choice, compared to dusty clay or food-grade litters made from corn or wheat that can breed bacteria in your home.
  • Simply Pine absorbs cat urine 3X better than traditional clay litters – naturally.
  • Formulated to be biodegradable and naturally anti-bacterial. A perfect eco-friendly choice for any cat parent!

Cautions

Pregnant, nursing or immune-suppressed persons should use good cleanliness and safety practices when handling soiled litter or pet waste. Cat feces can transmit a disease called toxoplasmosis. Consult your physician for more information. California residents: According to CA Law AB 2485, encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains. Proposition 65 Warning: Wood Dust. This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.

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  • Item Number
    55745
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Pine, Wood
  • Litter Feature
    Odor Control, Non-Clumping, Unscented, Biodegradable
  • Made in
    United States

Instructions

  • Step 1: Pour Simply Pine™ litter into a clean litter box to the depth of 2-3”.
  • Step 2: Scoop waste daily and refill as needed to maintain the desired depth. Base litter lasts 4-6 weeks.
  • Step 3: Dispose of waste in an environmentally-friendly waste bag.

Transitioning Your Cat to a New Litter

  • Step 1: Fill the empty litter box with 2” of Simply Pine™ and pour only 1” of your existing litter on top. Let your cat mix the litters as they are used.
  • Step 2: When it’s time to clean the box entirely, continue to fill with more Simply Pine™ and less of the old litter until your cat has adjusted to the change.
  • Step 3: When your cat is used to the new litter dispose of your old litter appropriately, or donate it to a local shelter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is our litter made from wood?

Our cat litter is made from reclaimed wood which is naturally lightweight, naturally absorbent, naturally odor-controlling, biodegradable and sustainable. Over the years, cat litter has been made from ashes, sand, newspaper and even food-grade materials. None of these materials have the range of features that natural wood offers.

What types of wood are used in our natural cat litter?

Our litter is a blend of spruce, fir and pine. Our fiber suppliers comply with policies of the Forest Stewardship Council, Sustainable Forestry Imitative or the Forestry Preservation and Forestry Promotion Act.

How does our natural cat litter absorb so well?

Tree fiber has a natural capillary system within it that absorbs moisture and holds it within the fiber wall, thanks to Mother Nature. Our unique processing methods build on that natural ability.

Why is absorption so important in our natural cat litter?

Wood cat litter is naturally super absorbent and fast absorption in natural litter ensures your cat isn't standing in urine while relieving himself. It also helps to pull the urine down into the bottom of the tray. Rather than pool at the top. High absorption rates ensure that minimal litter is being wetted, so you use less, and scoop less so you save money. It also makes the cat box easier to clean and less frequently is needed due to the limited moisture and doesn't allow the litter to cake to the bottom. And absorption rates help with odor control by quickly absorbing the mess and encapsulating and trapping the odor inside. Ta da!

How does it fight odors?

The natural capillary structure of wood helps protect trees in their natural environment. That same structure works to repress odors in our cat litters. Because of wood’s incredible natural absorbency, urine doesn’t collect at the bottom of the litter tray, creating all kinds of unpleasant odors and unhygienic conditions.

Why is clumping important for cat litter?

Clumping cat litters immediately react with moisture. Cat urine is encapsulated and begins to harden on contact, trapping the liquid and the odor within. The urine does not soak to the bottom of the box and sit there stinking up the room and attaching to the bottom of the box. The clump is easily removed, you waste less litter, don't have to scrape the bottom of the box and your cat stays clean and dry. The clumping litter also attaches to the moisture in feces. Though it does not clump as solid as a urine clump, it is still incredibly beneficial.

Why doesn't everyone use CLUMPING litters then?

Some people don’t know the benefits. Some prefer non-clumping litters because they use automatic litter boxes, or the type that have screens or use rakes to clean the box and some are concerned about the ingredients used to clump. The clumping ingredients used in ours are those typically found in in the production of common household products such as tissue paper.

What makes the clumping litters clump?

We add a proprietary recipe of ingredients derived from natural materials that are listed by the FDA as GRAS (generally accepted as safe) human-grade ingredients. We achieve superior performance through the unique selection and application of these ingredients.

Can I compost used natural cat litter?

The kitty litter itself is completely biodegradable. However, we do not recommend putting used litter feces clumps in your compost bin. If you choose to compost, do not use in vegetable gardens, or be sure to let it set for six months so as to follow the USDA protocol in order to make the compost safe for use in vegetable gardens.

Can you or can't you flush the natural cat litter?

Yes, our natural wood kitty litters are flushable and have been certified by SGS in accordance with ANSI standards (ASME A112.19.6. (JRS)) However, local limitations should be considered and flushing is not recommended if on a septic system. As well, the state of California has a referendum against flushing cat litter for protection of the sea lion population, since cat feces can harm sea lions.

What scoop is best to use with the larger pellet litters?

There are several scoops with large slots specially designed for use with pellets available at retail. We are hoping to have our own specially designed okocat scoop available soon!

Are any animals used in the testing of your products? We do not use animals in the testing of any of our products. All our products do go through rigorous quality assurance procedures and third party laboratory testing and adhere to established safety guidelines mandated by regulatory and animal welfare agencies. Our products are made from substances that have a long history of safety for both the humans and animals, and are found in everyday products from both the food and cosmetics industries.

Are there harmful chemicals used in the processing of your cat litter?

No. Any of the additives in our products are those typically found in the production of common household products such as tissue paper and/or products for human consumption.

Why is there a PROP 65 Warning on the packaging of your cat litters?

We realize the requirement posed (only) by the state of California sounds scary. It needn’t be. The warning pertains to “wood dust.” Along with beach sand, wood dust was added to a list of more than 900 substances ruled harmful when overexposure occurs in the workplace, or even by a consumer. According to the law, all wood- and silica-based cat litters should state the Prop 65 warning to be compliant, though many do not.

There are several innocuous substances on the California list that with typical use, do not risk human or pet health (e.g. traditional clay cat litters are also required to carry the warning for silica or “sand,”). However, it’s our responsibility to label our products as required by law. Being a small company and to keep retail costs down, we chose to print only one packaging version, rather than incurring the cost of a “California only “ version.

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  • 0 human vs 3 cats

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    I live on a 4th floor walk up and I thought this might be easier to haul up 4 flights instead of the normal 40lb cat litter.. and it was! Yay for me!! All excited I put the new litter in. The litter smells ok, but cleaning kitty waste is a bit of a pain with the pellets. I was willing to deal with the pellets, my 3 cats, not so much. By day 2 of the new cat litter in place, they started pooping in my bathtub, yikes! I immediately thought something made them sick, since they never did anything like that before. I took all 3 to the vet and then I found out it was a silent (and smelly) protest. Whoever said animals can't get their point across never had cats! It's good litter I live on a 4th floor walk up and I thought this might be easier to haul up 4 flights instead of the normal 40lb cat litter.. and it was! Yay for me!! All excited I put the new litter in. The litter smells ok, but cleaning kitty waste is a bit of a pain with the pellets. I was willing to deal with the pellets, my 3 cats, not so much. By day 2 of the new cat litter in place, they started pooping in my bathtub, yikes! I immediately thought something made them sick, since they never did anything like that before. I took all 3 to the vet and then I found out it was a silent (and smelly) protest. Whoever said animals can't get their point across never had cats! It's good litter, not too heavy, the pellets are a bit of a pain, and from what I understand it's better for the environment.. my cats don't seem to join me on that review, hence just 3 stars.. … more

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  • Transitioning from clay~

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    I have used simply pine while trying to get 5 , 14 year old cats and one 3 year old from clay to pellets. Like many, I've been through many kinds of litter , boxes and all that's associated with this part of cat ownership. I've also been trying Feline Pine. Two of my cats have started to use the one box with all pellets while other cats are still in clay boxes. I've sprinkled pellets on top of clay for the transition but has not happened yet. I made a video comparing absorbion. Simply pine absorbs faster which means less smell but they both work well. You decide! PS. Been shopping on Chewy for years and by far the absolute best company in every way. Super nice pet loving employees! Could not I have used simply pine while trying to get 5 , 14 year old cats and one 3 year old from clay to pellets. Like many, I've been through many kinds of litter , boxes and all that's associated with this part of cat ownership. I've also been trying Feline Pine. Two of my cats have started to use the one box with all pellets while other cats are still in clay boxes. I've sprinkled pellets on top of clay for the transition but has not happened yet. I made a video comparing absorbion. Simply pine absorbs faster which means less smell but they both work well. You decide! PS. Been shopping on Chewy for years and by far the absolute best company in every way. Super nice pet loving employees! Could not load video. Guess it's just pics! … more

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  • good for minimum tracking

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    We had an issue with litter getting all around the house and we went through a few different types of litter before we found natural pine. It is what has worked best for us and we will not be switching anytime soon. I also like the idea of throwing out entire bag of used litter every few days instead of cleaning by hand every day and then changing.

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  • Smell free cat pine pellet cat litter

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    I used to use another pine cat litter but after it was taken over by another company the quality went right downhill. Simply pine pellet cat litter is perfect it you do not like the smell of cat urine. I have been using it for many years. You need to buy a litter box with two boxes inside each other. There is one you can buy on line for cat pine pellets that is perfect. The top box needs to have holes in it so the saw dust can fall through the holes. You just shake the box and all the wet/sawdust goes in to the bottom box. The poop stays on top so you can scoop it out and flush it down the toilet. There is always a clean smell in the room. The sawdust on the bottom can be emptied each I used to use another pine cat litter but after it was taken over by another company the quality went right downhill. Simply pine pellet cat litter is perfect it you do not like the smell of cat urine. I have been using it for many years. You need to buy a litter box with two boxes inside each other. There is one you can buy on line for cat pine pellets that is perfect. The top box needs to have holes in it so the saw dust can fall through the holes. You just shake the box and all the wet/sawdust goes in to the bottom box. The poop stays on top so you can scoop it out and flush it down the toilet. There is always a clean smell in the room. The sawdust on the bottom can be emptied each week and thrown away. The pine pellets stay on the top tray and you can just add more pellets to make sure there is enough for your cat to cover up the poop. People can't believe I have a cat because there is no smell in my home. … more

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  • unhappy in Florida

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    the cats don't like the smell after 2 days and don't like the feel of the pellets on their paws. being one-handed it's hard to separate the poop and wet sawdust from the dry pellets. neither I nor the cats are happy. change will be made soon.

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  • I could not stand the smell of it.

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    I really wanted to like this pine cat litter. I just could not stand the smell of it. It did not smell like pine at all. The large pellets makes it no tracking, but you cannot scoop the poop without taking the pellets. I will not purchase this again.

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  • GRET LITTER.

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    THIS LITTER IS GOOD. I TRY MANY LITTERS BUT THIS CUTS ODOR DOWN. I STILL WILL TRY NEW ONES, BUT WILL ALWAYS HAVE THIS ONE ON HAND.

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  • Won't purchase again

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    I was not expecting such large, hard pellets and another reviewer was correct - this litter reeks and it's not a nice smell. I will not be purchasing this particular litter again - the search continues

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  • Pretty neat

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    When the breeder suggested we try this litter I wasn't sure. I'm a beliver now. Our house doesn't smell like cat litter. Its also very minimal in the dust department and that is good for the allergies.

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  • Special litter box makes this work!

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    I've been using pine for years! Feline Pine makes a litter box you buy online, but any double tray box that has the top layer with holes so the used material goes to the bottom tray works. The cats help this happen by scratching, but if yours don't then just use the scoop to move the litter around. Every few days or a week dump out the bottom tray. Poop of course I flush when they go, or soon after. This keeps a much cleaner litter box!

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