Feline Pine Original Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter

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About This Item


  • Made of sustainably sourced pine shavings.
  • Effectively absorbs liquids and odors on contact.
  • Free of artificial dyes and fragrances.
  • Features a low-dust formula.
  • Its soft, lightweight texture is easy on your cat’s paws.

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About Feline Pine Platinum Cat Litter

Arm & Hammer Feline Pine Non-Clumping

If you’re looking for a non-clumping litter that’s sustainably sourced, all-natural and healthy for your kitty, look no further than Arm & Hammer Feline Pine Non-Clumping Cat Litter. This no-fragrance-added litter has no harsh chemicals and is made from 100% natural, highly absorbent pine. The clay-free formula soaks up liquid and locks away ammonia odors to keep your cat’s litter box smelling fresh and clean.

Odor Control

This non-clumping litter controls odors effectively and it works great with a sifting litter box for hassle-free cleaning.

No Harsh Chemicals or Fragrance

This natural, non-clumping litter eliminates odors with the odor-fighting power of natural pine. With no harsh chemicals or synthetic perfumes, it uses simple plant-based ingredients like natural pine shavings.

Platinum Formula With Baking Soda

Feline Pine Platinum non-clumping cat litter is made with Arm & Hammer baking soda. The natural odor-neutralizing power of baking soda provides an extra boost of absorbent, odor-fighting freshness in your cat’s litter box.

No Harsh Chemicals

Harsh chemicals and synthetic perfumes can bother your cat, so this litter uses the odor-fighting power of pine instead.

Highly Absorbent

Highly absorbent pine fibers work like thousands of tiny sponges to soak up liquid and lock away ammonia.

Pine Promise

Feline Pine litter uses reclaimed kiln-dried shavings from lumber production, so no new trees are cut down to make it.

Pet and Home-Friendly

With low dust, low tracking and no harsh chemicals or perfumes, Feline Pine helps keep your home healthy and clean.

About Feline Pine

The Feline Pine Promise. In 1992, Feline Pine cat litter began as a healthy solution for cats and their litter boxes. Inspired by the lumber industry and sold locally one carload at a time, it opened up a whole new concept in cat litter. Feline Pine strives to respect all living things—especially the pets and people who rely on them. They focus on product quality and customer satisfaction while embracing a corporate duty to respect the environment and its resources.

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Top Ingredients100% Pure Pine.100% Natural Pine, Clumping Agent and Mineral Oil. No Added Fragrances....100% Ponderosa Pine.Softwood, Zeolite, Natural Clumping Agents, Natural Oil, Pine Scent
Litter FeatureNon-Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, NaturalClumping, Odor Control, Unscented, NaturalNon-Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented...Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, NaturalClumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Natural, Eco-Friendly
Packaging TypeBagBagBagBagBag
Litter & Bedding TypePine

Questions & Answers

43 Customer Questions

Is scented or unscented better for the smell?

Can this litter be recycled? And if yes, how is this handled - composted or ? Thanks for any and all info!
Answer by ChewyJul 13, 2018
Although this litter is 100% natural, it is not recyclable. The manufacturer recommends disposing of used litter in a plastic bag.

I am looking to purchase a container to hold the contents of the 40 lbs bag. What is the volume of the 40 lbs in quarts?
Answer by ChewyJun 20, 2018
There are approximately 18 quarts of litter in the 40 pound bag.

Where is the Pine from? Are you cutting down trees???
Answer by ChewyMar 20, 2021
No new trees are cut down in the production of this litter. Instead, Feline Pine uses kiln-dried shavings reclaimed from lumber production.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mouse on Sep 24, 2023

Cat reacting to litter

I adopted my cat over 2 years ago from a shelter that uses pine pellets, and had been using pine pellet litter I got from farm stores (marketed for horse bedding) for over a year and a half after that. I moved to an area with no nearby farm stores to get litter from and have resorted to using much more expensive litters from Chewy so it could ship right to my door. I started with Dr. Pol and didn't have any issues with that brand, but for some reason it is no longer available anywhere. So I switched to Feline Pine. Now my cat now having a reaction to the litter, with yellow-green snot constantly draining from her right nostril, frequent intense sneeze sessions, and wheezing breaths. Also, the pine smell is unbearably strong upon opening the bag (much worse than the litter I got from farm stores or Dr. Pol) and somehow the pee smell is not neutralized by the litter at all, so my place is just a mess of disgusting smells all the time. Additionally, the bags I ordered came with at least half the pellets crushed up into small pieces already, with tons of dust, and the bags were exploded with litter all over the box. When I tried contacting Chewy customer service to discuss the issue, I received no response. I am at a loss for what to do because I don't know what litter to switch her to, and I have seen even worse reviews for other pine litters on Chewy (and in fact tried another one after purchasing Feline Pine that somehow was indeed even worse). I don't think the way they are processing this litter is actually safe for cats, and I have seen other cat parents in online forums describe similar medical issues with their cats upon using Feline Pine litter. Please be careful if purchasing this severely over-priced litter for your cat and watch out for reactions! If you have access to a farm store, get the stuff marketed for horses -- it is both cheaper and seems to be safer.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rascals on Sep 6, 2023

Best for their health and cleanest for your house

I tried out a small bag of Feline Pine from a local pet store but will be ordering this large bag in the future. This is all natural and virtually no dust, unlike clay litter that I used to use for my kittens. With the clumping clay litter, the gray dust would be everywhere and the kittens would ingest it too while grooming. Clay also tracked everywhere. Pine pellets turn to sawdust when wet with pee, which you can sift out, leaving all clean pellets behind. As long as you sift the sawdust everyday or so then there will be no dust flying around. Minimal tracking with maybe a couple of clean pellets they might kick out. Odor control is excellent with light pine wood scent, no smell of pee, only poop when freshly produced which isn’t so bad (unlike some combinations of poop plus fragrant chemicals used in other litters). My kittens at first wouldn’t touch this litter because it is in pellets, but it took less than a week to fully transition. I mixed a little bit of their old clay litter for a couple of days, which does make more of a mess during the transition period only. But it is 100% worth it for their healthy and for a cleaner house.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Maple on Sep 3, 2023

Pine litter is the best

I've used clay, the breeze system and pine pellets, and I'm back to this. I think it's the best if you do it right. The pellets become dust with moisture and you scoop it opposite to how you'd scoop clay - sift the dust into the trash and throw the solid pellets back in the box. If you do that regularly and get as much of the dust out as possible you don't get any urine odor. It doesn't do much about poop smell but does any litter really? Just remove it when it's there. Need a large scoop, and a stainless steel box helps - not porous like plastic. The litter itself smells faintly like wood shavings/hamster bedding. You will probably go through it faster than clay litter and the scooping takes longer... but no sticky clumps, WAY less tracking, dry and clean, no dust in your face, the scoop doesn't really get dirty... all worth it to me. This brand is good because the bag is all pellets, I've had others where some of it is already dust which is a waste.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cats on Sep 8, 2023

Great stuff

Great stuff. More than double the price of what I had been buying. But the place I was getting my similar stuff from is no longer there and what they carry is a Very poor quality product. So Chey is my back up, but as I mentioned it is more than double the price. But I have been mixing it half & half with the poor quality litter pellets and it helps fill in the dent in my budget.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gypsy on Aug 11, 2023

THIS is THE one !

We have used Feline Pine for right at 20 years now - and we absolutely LOVE it! When we continued to have issues being able to purchase it locally (we are in a large town / city) we started searching for a way to get it shipped directly to us - and we found CHEWY. We had a great thing going! Then Covid and Lockdown… I never had to worry. FELINE PINE. I don’t understand the comments on poop smells. We have had up to 9 cats in this small house without any concerns or issues of odors. Many times people are shocked to find out we have more than 3 cats! Most of the crew hide from outsiders, so they are never seen in one group. We are Feline Pine loyal for life, and Will stay with CHEWY as they have saved me a great deal of $ and stress! The make my pet care so simple!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Spookycpck71 on Sep 17, 2023

Great litter

This litter is awesome. Takes the smell away. Easy to clean the box. Do not have to empty box as much as you do with regular litter or that Pretty Litter. You just scoop the poop. Where they pee turn into a saw dust. So you still have wood Pellets and some dust. We empty when almost all the Pellets have turned to dust.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Justin on Sep 9, 2023

Cleaner and fresher than silica litter

My cat used to track her silica litter throughout the house, but not this! Gamechanger. Plus it blocks smell better for me. I've seen people say that they struggled to transition from silica to pine - I had good success with transitioning slowly by layering some pine underneath their old litter and increasing the proportion each week.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Shelly on Sep 9, 2023

Far From World's Best for Our Household

My goal was less liter mess throughout the house on the paws of 3 cats but this is as bad or worse than regular sand liter. It was everywhere! I used it once and that was enough. Gave the rest to my Husband to use for an oil spot on the pavement, to help absorb it. Not sure if that worked or not. Would never buy this again.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Chris on Aug 17, 2023


This litter is the absolute BEST!! My 2 cats had no problem whatsoever going from that dusty litter to this. I hated scooping everyday, hated the smell, but this stuff makes your house smell like cedar. I honestly don't even scoop anymore, once the pellets get broken up, just simply throw away and add new. I wash my litter box once a month, but really I could go 2 months. I don't normally write reviews, but for what this does and the price vs everywhere else, it's totally worth it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Key on Aug 3, 2023

No dust, no tracking

I've tried Clay, crystal, and corn husk and they all either had major dust or tracked everywhere. This litter doesn't track and any little pieces that I dropped are easy to vacuum up. I like that it's non clumping and the urine just creates a dust. Makes cleaning easy as you just mix it up and it's good to go! Only thing that was rough was the kind of scooper I have won't separate the poop from the pellets. so I ended up scooping and wasting a lot of pieces. we are going to get a scooper more like the one in the photo and see how that works. Odor control wasn't good so you really do want to change it out immediately to avoid a smelly home. I'm going to try the one with Arm N Hammer to see if that helps.