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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Ingredients

100% Pure Pine.


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Litter FeatureNon-Clumping, Unscented, Odor Control, NaturalNon-Clumping, Dust Free, UnscentedNon-Clumping, Odor Control, Unscented...NaturalOdor Control, Clumping, Flushable, Unscented, Natural, Eco-Friendly
Packaging TypeBagBagBagBagBag
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAdult
Top Ingredients100% Pure Pine100% Ponderosa Pine.Pine
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

Questions & Answers

43 Customer Questions


If the pee makes the pellets turn into sawdust, how do you remove it from the box? Thanks
Answer by ChewyOct 07, 2022
Sawdust byproduct from lumber mills is collected and compressed into tiny pellets. These pellets act like tiny sponges that absorb urine and break apart into sawdust. Scoop the solid waste daily, and gently shake the box so the good pellets float to the top and the sawdust drops to the bottom. Leave the sawdust in the box as it will still work to absorb moisture and odor. When the box is about 90% sawdust it is time to dispose of it and start with new litter.

Is this flushable?
Answer by ChewyOct 14, 2022
Only dispose of used cat litter in the trash. Do not flush, bury or dispose of it outdoors, in gutters or storm drains to avoid environmental contamination.

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.


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2228 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gwyneth on Nov 22, 2022

BEST LITTER EVER

HELLO! If you are considering switching from clay clumping litter for any reason, I cannot say enough how great this litter is. I was so tired of the dust and tracking of my old clay litter (Tidy Cats Free and Clear). I was vacuuming and sweeping every morning to clean up the litter my long haired tabby tracked all over the carpet of my small studio apartment. Now? Little to nothing is tracked through my room. There are minimal bits of sawdust that gets caught in my kitty's fur and meander throughout the space, but it's negligible. My kitty is a kicker/burier, and the pine pellets do make this activity louder but it doesn't bother me. I'm still sorting out the best way to remove the solid waste, but removing the sawdust bits is honestly fun to sift through. I know that sounds weird but it's satisfying! All around a great product 1000% recommend.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By March on Nov 25, 2022

tried and true

i think this is the product I started buying in the 70s and I and the cats dont want anything else. Dont ever change a thing. Thanksgiving evening had an outstanding phone conversation with one of your reps who really knows your systems and operations as background for providing excellent customer service. She clearly loves her work but she is so good at it I started thinking she could also be doing advanced training and managerial work as she really understands what customer service can and should be. She is fantastic and a really beautiful person.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lauren on Nov 25, 2022

Wonderful

I am a new cat mom and never used any other litter but dont think I ever will. This litter is all natural and extremely affordable! It smells like pine which is pleasant and not overwhelming. I scoop poos, and the pee turns into sawdust and drops in to the sifting pan system. When the drop pan needs to be dumped it smells softly like a barn vs cat pee. I have used it now for 6 months and still no ammonia smell. I sprinkle a little baking soda in the drop pan for extra measure. One bag last about 3 months per cat.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By oregano13 on Nov 4, 2022

I like it, kitten doesn't!

I like the odor control and low tracking, and it works well with a sifting box. I started using it because that's what the shelter was using when I adopted my kittens, and I thought it would be great to use what they were used to. One of my kittens, however, hates it. Not sure if it's the pine smell or the pellets' texture, but she was peeing everywhere except the box. Switched to a clay litter (that I hate) and no more accidents.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Pierre on Nov 16, 2022

Game Changer

Wow, we are a diehard Ever Clean cat litter household. However, in a pinch tried FelinePine (Non-Clumping) Wood Cat Litter. Not only did it control odor as well as Ever Clean, it was almost zero tracking!!! We also tried the clumping version and that was a tracking disaster. This is a product that we will continue to reorder.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Pickycat on Nov 2, 2022

It's fine I guess

They track this around the house the least, which was my goal. It's the opposite of clumping so I change the entire box pretty frequently. And the pellets hurt my bare feet when I accidentally step on them (the cats kick a few out onto their littermat sometimes then the pellets roll around on the hard floor without me realizing it). I've used it for years though because it fits our primary needs.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sara on Nov 2, 2022

Easy to Clean

It's only been about a week, but so far I really like this litter. I have an elderly cat, and over the past few months, she'd begun to track the clay letter all over the house. It was making a mess and not easily coming off of our floors. This has been really easy to keep clean. It's also really light in the garbage compared with the clay, and the smell is mild.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By JDHops on Oct 8, 2022

Not great for multi/very stinky cats.

Firstly, right off the bat, we do have five cats. I understand that it is alot, but we have 5 separate little boxes. These are scooped every day. Second, our cats have toxic smelling poops. It is really bad. However they refuse to bury at all with this litter, and it doesn't do anything for the smell at all... If anything I think it amplified the problem, and doesn't allow their feces to dry at all, like the crystal litters did...Its oder control is literally the worst of any we tried, which Is a shame because I really wanted it to work out. Unfortunately it is a no go for our house.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By emma on Oct 11, 2022

My picky cat didn’t like this litter.

I have two cats and they share a box. They have always used clay litter. Recently my one cat developed skin allergies, so I was trying to make a switch to more natural products. I started by mixing it with their usual litter to acclimate them and it seemed okay. Today when I cleaned and refreshed the box with more pine litter, my cat refused to use it. He ended up peeing on our rug and pooping on the floor in the same room where we keep the box. If you have kitties that are picky/loyal with their litter maybe stay clear of this.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rachel on Oct 11, 2022

Best cat litter on the market!

Get rid of your clumping litter and switch to pine! It's compostable and it's all we use at the animal shelter. I have multiple cats and kittens and this is the best cat litter on the market. I use this and a sifting litter box and it's perfection. Easy to clean, eliminates odors, lasts a long time and using a sifting litter box with this saves me so much time. I hated scraping the litterbox with clay litter and I spent so much time cleaning. With FelinePine I save time and its no longer a chore to clean the litterbox.