|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||100% Pure Pine.||100% Natural Pine, Clumping Agent and Mineral Oil. No Added Fragrances....||Softwood, Zeolite, Natural Clumping Agents, Natural Oil, Pine Scent||Softwood, Natural Clumping Agents, Natural Oil||Softwood, Zeolite, Natural Clumping Agents, Natural Oil, Pine Scent|
|Litter Feature||Non-Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, Natural||Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, Natural||Clumping, Multi-Cat, Odor Control, Natural, Eco-Friendly||Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented, Natural, Eco-Friendly||Clumping, Odor Control, Natural, Eco-Friendly|
|Litter & Bedding Type||—||—||Pine||Pine||Pine|
This used to be my go to liter-that I scooped to keep the box clean. It used to smell fresh-like pine-it used to be big non trackable pieces. Now, a more appropriate name for this litter would be Feline Hamster cage. And, upon opening the bag the litter already looks used, as its particles are about 1/4 of the size they used to be and about an eighth of the bag is already sawdust. Gone are the days of the track free feline pine litter as now it’s all over the place. Couldn’t be more disappointed.
This didn't work for me at all. The internet told me not to use regular litter for kittens because they want to eat everything and it needs to be pellets. The kittens never used it once and instead went potty on the blankets in their box. YUK! So I switched to the regular litter that I use for momma cat and they started using it right off. If they ate it I never saw any evidence of that and they didn't get sick. BTW, anyone want a kitten? They're adorable and use the litter box regularly.
I got this because the brand I ordinarily use (Fresh Step Non Clumping) was sold out. I usually have issues with cat litter ending up all over the floor. My cats track it everywhere. So, I thought I would try pellets this time and see how they worked. Surprisingly, I ended up liking them! There was no tracking over the floor or carpet at all, As a result, I’m not having to vacuum as much, which of course I love! Additionally, this doesn’t have the strong perfumed scent that my other brand has. This has more of a natural pine scent. I’ve seen some reviewers that have complained of strong urine odors. I’ve noticed this a bit more with this litter. But if you clean out the litter box every 2-3 days it’s not quite that bad. I think it’s a healthier option. It does look a bit different when it’s used, it has a crumbly looking appearance. However, I think it’s better than trying to scoop urine soaked clay out of a litter box. So, I would definitely recommend this, if you want to save your floors from having litter tracked everywhere. I’m sticking with this for now!
I have been using this since first seeing it at Winn Dixie in Louisiana-----over 20 years ago. No odor if you scoop out the solids as you should with any litter, and once the pellets start to turn into sawdust, throw it out and clean the box. The cats do not track this everywhere or anywhere for that matter and there is no dust. Excellent product.
The litter does what it says in terms of absorbing liquid but it causes the pellets to disintegrate into pee-soaked sawdust. It doesn't stay in a clump and when you try to scoop it, it falls apart into tiny flecks full of pee that are impossible to scoop. This means unless you fully dump the litterbox every time, your left with a box full of dry pellets mixed with pee-soaked sawdust mixed together. The pellets are also too big to fit through a standard scooper so you end up throwing a ton away each time which feels super wasteful. The literal only positive is that there's no dust like other litter but the cons make that insignificant. I literally cannot stress enough how pee saturated this gets.
Before your cat even goes to the bathroom or uses this litter - this pinesol like smell is OVERPOWERING. I can not sleep with this even in the room next door & it only gets worse with use. If you have an apt or smaller home this is NOT for you. Maybe if this is in some sort of indoor/outdoor but i cant even imagine its good for cats to breathe in. It makes my eyes water even. Steer clear.
I have tried all kinds of litter. The kind that is scoopable which is probably toxic to your cats because they ingest it as it gets stuck on their paws. That kind is the worst. Then the other kinds that are better for the environment than the scoopable - made of newspaper, corn, nut shells, ..... This pine pellet product from Feline Pine has always been the best. It's great at covering odors and to minimize tracking. Feline Pine also lasts longer than other, less expensive, pine pellet litter products. Of course, if your cat has kidney problems and urinates a lot, and that urine tends to be potent, no product is going to be able to mask that. Also, if you don't scoop out the poop, it will smell. All I see here from people complaining, is people who probably don't like to maintain the litter box or who have difficulty taking poop out. It is a very easy product to manage. Like every other litter product, it needs to be changed out when the pellets have become powder-like. As you use it, you become an expert on when that should be done. It really is the best for your cat, and for the environment.
The delivery was 40 pound bags of feline pine cat litter. I wasn’t sure where the delivery was going to go but the delivery was sitting right by the back door where they needed to be in order to easily go into my storage area !!!!! Thank you soooooo much Chewy and amazing delivery driver !!!!
I got this among a bunch of different litters because I adopted 4 cats. I have a really good sense of smell & have not been pleased with clumping (has a stong sented smell) and the corn cat litter (has a very strong Amonia smell) with the pine I do not smell the pee & if I do smell the poo it is for a short second the pine drys up the poo. Also, you have to use a sifting cat box for this cat litter to work well. I currently have used 5 different cat litters, and the moment by far, this has been my favorite.
I started using this 2 weeks ago everything was fine until my cat got a little bit of this in his eye and his eye turned red then it got ugly I had to take him to the vet then the same with my other cats they got sad with I thought it was something else but the moment I changed litter they changed they were better but one of my cats is super bad, he doesn't even want to eat :(