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Frisco All Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter, 20-lb bag

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Frisco All Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter is a great alternative to the standard clay litter, and it’s ideal for multiple-cat households. It’s made with 100% all natural grass that is soft on your kitty’s paws and easy to sift through. With solid clumping capability, this grass litter ensures fast-forming clumps for easy scooping to meet your cat’s high standards for a cleaner litter box. It provides natural odor control and is ultra-absorbent, so there’s no need for any added chemicals, dyes or fragrances that are off-putting for your feline friends. This all natural cat litter is made with biodegradable grass ingredients to give pet parents an earth-friendly option. Grass produces a low dust litter, so your kitty won’t kick up a dust cloud with every swipe of the paw, and you can breathe easier when you scoop. The litter box area will be tidier and fresher than ever with Frisco All Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter.

Key Benefits

  • Made with 100% natural grass ingredients with no added chemicals, dyes or fragrances. This gives it a more natural smell and feel that kitties prefer.
  • This all natural grass litter produces low dust so that your kitty litter zone is more manageable, and both you and your cat can breathe easier.
  • Fast and solid clumping action that makes for easier scooping and disposal so that keeping the litter box clean is less of a chore.
  • Offers excellent odor control and absorbency to lock in wetness and strong ammonia and pet mess smells, creating a more pleasant litter box area. It’s ideal for multi-cat households.
  • With Frisco grass litter, pet parents have a convenient alternative to traditional litter that’s natural and biodegradable, without harmful artificial ingredients.

Additional Details

Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. We want to remind pregnant or nursing women and those with suppressed immune systems that a parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis. Do not flush cat litter down the toilet or dispose of it outdoors or in gutters or storm drains.

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  • Item Number
    132396
  • Weight
    20.0 pounds
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Grass
  • Litter Feature
    Clumping
  • Made in
    United States

Instructions

  • Add approximately 3-4 inches of Frisco Grass Litter into a clean, dry litter box (this allows your cat to dig and cover their waste naturally).
  • Scoop out waste daily, using a curved, slotted litter scoop. Throw away waste. DO NOT FLUSH.
  • Add more Frisco Grass Cat Litter as necessary to maintain 3-4 inch depth. For best results, do not mix with a non-clumping litter.

Customer Reviews

97 reviews 97 Reviews 4.3 out of 5 Stars

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  • Worked for a little while

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    My cat bubba has emotional issues ever since he had a problem with his anal gland. He loves to go on either clothes that smell like us or the outdoors, or something natural. I had neutral hopes, as i have tried several brands of corn, wood chips, walnut shell, and they never seemed to make him comfortable. We put a sprinkling of this on top of their usual litter. We woke up in the middle of the night to the dreaded smell of bubba poo. I felt defeated again. I get out of bed to start the man hunt, and oddly the smell is not from under our bed. I looked at my boyfriend, and walked to the nearest box. There lay bubba's deposit, right in the middle of the box! He gets scared, so he doesnt cover it My cat bubba has emotional issues ever since he had a problem with his anal gland. He loves to go on either clothes that smell like us or the outdoors, or something natural. I had neutral hopes, as i have tried several brands of corn, wood chips, walnut shell, and they never seemed to make him comfortable. We put a sprinkling of this on top of their usual litter. We woke up in the middle of the night to the dreaded smell of bubba poo. I felt defeated again. I get out of bed to start the man hunt, and oddly the smell is not from under our bed. I looked at my boyfriend, and walked to the nearest box. There lay bubba's deposit, right in the middle of the box! He gets scared, so he doesnt cover it, but was i proud of him!! He continued to use it for two more poos, and now unfortunately is back to disagreeing with it. For how expensive this stuff is, it isnt worth it for me, but to cat owners where there is no emotional unsettlement, i would imagine this would be great. Much too steep in price, though. So will not be getting again. … more

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  • Cats want to eat it!

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    Out of three choices we trialed this month (walnut, grass, and clumping clay) this was all three kitties LAST choice to potty in. I should note the cats are used to clumping clay which is not dissimilar in texture to this litter (this litter is lighter and the particles are slightly smaller). Reluctantly one of our three cats will pee in it. Of greater concern however is the obsession two of my cats seem to have with trying to eat it. They literally tore the bag wide open (a bag sitting out of the way on top of our extra freezer). I cannot see myself purchasing this again nor recommending it to others. I was hoping this choice would be a viable alternative to clay but for safety reasons Out of three choices we trialed this month (walnut, grass, and clumping clay) this was all three kitties LAST choice to potty in. I should note the cats are used to clumping clay which is not dissimilar in texture to this litter (this litter is lighter and the particles are slightly smaller). Reluctantly one of our three cats will pee in it. Of greater concern however is the obsession two of my cats seem to have with trying to eat it. They literally tore the bag wide open (a bag sitting out of the way on top of our extra freezer). I cannot see myself purchasing this again nor recommending it to others. I was hoping this choice would be a viable alternative to clay but for safety reasons it's a no go. … more

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  • Great Litter!

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    I was using the clay, which was so dusty. My kitties all have upper respiratory problems which I can't find the reason for. So, I have air purifiers and try and use dustless kitty litter. The Grass Cat Litter by Frisco is really really good. I have been mixing it with the clay so kitties can get used to it. It has reduced the dust already, I'm looking forward to just using it and having no dust at all. It also has a pleasant scent and seems to mask some of the litter box smell as well. But, I also use essential oils diffused for that, works great.

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  • awesome product

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    I like a clumping litter, but the one we always used, although billed low dust, still left film. I was breathing it, my kitties were breathing and tracking it. The deciding factor to switch was when I noted that my kidney cat licks at dusty things...it's a habit, and I worried about how much dust she ingested. I thought the grass litter would not make her sicker, worst case she licked at the dust from it. But there is so little dust! It clumps well, it's light, and yes, I considered that it's pricey compared to clay, but that's per pound. My 20 lb bag of this grass litter is only slightly smaller in volume than the 42 bag of clay litter, so I expect it will last nearly as long and that brings I like a clumping litter, but the one we always used, although billed low dust, still left film. I was breathing it, my kitties were breathing and tracking it. The deciding factor to switch was when I noted that my kidney cat licks at dusty things...it's a habit, and I worried about how much dust she ingested. I thought the grass litter would not make her sicker, worst case she licked at the dust from it. But there is so little dust! It clumps well, it's light, and yes, I considered that it's pricey compared to clay, but that's per pound. My 20 lb bag of this grass litter is only slightly smaller in volume than the 42 bag of clay litter, so I expect it will last nearly as long and that brings the price down into a range I can live with. Big plus is no scent from the litter, and excellent odor control from kitty waste. I love it. … more

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  • My Search is OVER!

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    I have tried a myriad of litters, and my cat's are PICKY, I have 3 Cornish Rex, 2 Feral's and they are all indoor cat's. All rescues as well, so they had a taste for the wild and lived outside. I also allow 1 ½ litter boxes per cat - and everyone is happy. No accidents, no messes...and NO DUST! I am allergic to the dust, and so are a couple of my Cornish Rex, so it works for everyone. Plus they have delicate tootsies, and this litter is on the soft side, which they seem to like. They do not make as much of a mess either kicking it out of the box either. This litter does what it says it does. It doesn't stick to their feet, so it is not tracking everywhere. It cleans up so nicely. ;]

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  • My new "go to" litter

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    I'm very happy with the Frisco Grass Cat Litter, and so are my cats. It works just as well as the Smart Cat Grass Litter, but less expensive. In general I find the pro's of grass litter to be that it's natural and fragrance free, it clumps very well, and it's the closest to dust free that I've found. I find the con's to be that since the litter is very lightweight that kitties paws sink down in the litter which makes it track a lot. Therefore I do a lot of spot sweeping. I would rather deal with the tracking than dust since the dust not only requires clean up but is a hazard to kitties health to inhale as well as lick off their paws. The only other con is that it's quite expensive in comparison I'm very happy with the Frisco Grass Cat Litter, and so are my cats. It works just as well as the Smart Cat Grass Litter, but less expensive. In general I find the pro's of grass litter to be that it's natural and fragrance free, it clumps very well, and it's the closest to dust free that I've found. I find the con's to be that since the litter is very lightweight that kitties paws sink down in the litter which makes it track a lot. Therefore I do a lot of spot sweeping. I would rather deal with the tracking than dust since the dust not only requires clean up but is a hazard to kitties health to inhale as well as lick off their paws. The only other con is that it's quite expensive in comparison to other types of litter. I have just one additional comment that's not a pro or a con; since the litter is very lightweight you need to be sure to maintain a few inches of height of litter in the box so the urine doesn't soil the bottom of the litter box. No litter is perfect, and since the con's affect me and not my kitties; this is my litter of choice. … more

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  • Clumping style

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    I’d like to give this product 5 stars, but i have one problem with it. When it clumps, it creates a very hard attachment to the bottom of my litter boxes, which is difficult to pry loose. I can’t use liners because one of my cats shreds them. I had one cat that would pee right next to one of my 5 litter boxes, has now stopped and pees in the grass litter box, so hooray. I’d like it to smell a little bit better too. I definitely recommend it and will buy it again.

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  • No, just no .

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    The result is: a disgusting, smelly, gloppy, gluey mess!!! Zero stars for controlling odor and clumping ability. I'm most upset because I asked the question here on this item if this was good for Litter Robots - which is a state of the art, large investment priced automatic litter box and was answered by Chewy that it was!!! It was not ! Now my 500 dollar litter robot is a complete and utter gluey mess inside due to this horrible litter. Do not recommend !!!!

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  • New favorite litter?

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    I only use all natural products. I've tried every kind of litter. I had settled with worlds best for quite some time. Each litter has it's cons, depending on which factor you can live with. World's best broke down quickly in to a powder before I needed to do a whole box change, I scoop 2xs a day. This stuff surprised me. It clumps so well, without turning into cement on the bottom of the pan like a clay does. It's not dusty. The particle size and shape doesn't hurt kitties feet. Doesn't leave dusty paw prints all over my house. Odor control is great and it's unscented. My con with this it's a bit pricey, but it's been long lasting in my huge boxes. Con kitties kick this stuff out of the box. I only use all natural products. I've tried every kind of litter. I had settled with worlds best for quite some time. Each litter has it's cons, depending on which factor you can live with. World's best broke down quickly in to a powder before I needed to do a whole box change, I scoop 2xs a day. This stuff surprised me. It clumps so well, without turning into cement on the bottom of the pan like a clay does. It's not dusty. The particle size and shape doesn't hurt kitties feet. Doesn't leave dusty paw prints all over my house. Odor control is great and it's unscented. My con with this it's a bit pricey, but it's been long lasting in my huge boxes. Con kitties kick this stuff out of the box. I usually sweep my litter box area daily, it's close to my sugar gliders cage and they are messy guys. So it's a con I can deal with. The spilled litter stays close to the box not all over my living room. And yes this litter is odor free enough for 3 cats to have a litter box in my living room. This will be our main stay in this home! Presently surprised. … more

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  • I love the idea

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    but this gets everywhere. I love the idea and the premise behind the litter but it is so light that it gets everywhere when the cats get out of the box. It does not stick to them so its really a trade off. My senior boy has stopped grooming so this helps in the aspect it does not create dust or stick to him (which is fabulous because he is not ingesting any of it). My young girl is a digger and likes to "throw" litter everywhere because if it is not dead and buried in China she is not happy. :) I have resorted that I will continue mixing it with Dr. Elseys touch of grass to at least give it some weight. I am ordering more today.

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