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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, as cat feces may contain Toxoplasma gondii—a parasite that can cause toxoplasmosis. Pregnant or nursing women, as well as children and anyone with a weakened immune system, should avoid handling used cat litter. Always handle litter in a ventilated area to avoid inhalation. Keep contents and packaging out of reach of children and pets. Seek medical help in case of accidental ingestion.

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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.
  • 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.

Additional Instructions

  • Only dispose of used cat litter in trash. Do not flush, bury or dispose of it outdoors, in gutters or storm drains to avoid environmental contamination.
  • Not for internal use. Not meant for use as compost or as a traction aid.
  • Store in a cool, dry place. Product filled by weight; some settling may occur.
Transition Instructions

At transition use 50/50 mix of new litter with existing litter for one week. After that, use new litter exclusively.

About Frisco Natural Litter

All-Natural Cat Litter Options

All-Natural Cat Litter Options

When choosing a cat litter for your fur baby, it is important to consider that cats enjoy textures that are similar to what they would use outdoors. That is why natural litters are a great option for cats that are picky about their litters. Frisco All-Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter and Frisco All-Natural Pine & Corn Clumping Cat Litter offer soft, easy-to-paw litters that your cat will love without losing odor control or clumping capabilities.

Made With Natural Ingredients

Both of Frisco's All-Natural Clumping Cat Litter options are made with biodegradable ingredients and do not have any chemicals, dyes or fragrances added. The Grass litter is made with 100% natural grass, while the Pine & Corn litter is made from 100% natural corn and pine shavings from reclaimed lumber.

Ultra-Absorbent for a Fresh-Smelling Litter Box

While these litters may not be made from the standard clay, that does not diminish their absorbency. Both the All-Natural Grass Clumping Litter and the All-Natural Pine & Corn Litter are ultra-absorbent, locking in wetness and unpleasant ammonia smells for a fresher-smelling litter box. The Pine & Corn litter has a pleasant natural pine scent, and is three times more absorbent than leading clay litter brands.

Designed for Easy and Convenient Cleanup

You can switch your cat to an all-natural litter without worrying about creating more work for yourself when it's time to clean the litter box. Both of Frisco's all-natural kitty litters are designed for fast and solid clumping that makes scooping the litter box a simple daily routine. And both are low dust, so you can clean up faster and breathe easier when it's time to pour in new litter.

Here's What Frisco's All-Natural Cat Litters Have to Offer

Switching to an all-natural cat litter can be a great decision for cat owners. They offer a variety of benefits for not only you and your cat, but also for the environment.

All-Natural Pine & Corn Clumping Cat Litter

All-Natural Pine & Corn Clumping Cat Litter

Materials
100% natural corn and pine blend.

Environmental Benefits
Biodegradable litter that uses pine shavings from reclaimed lumber.

Features

  • Low dust.
  • 3 times more absorbent than leading clay litters.
  • Excellent odor control.
  • Fresh pine scent.
  • Clumping.
  • Made without added dyes, fragrances or chemicals.
All-Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter

All-Natural Grass Clumping Cat Litter

Materials
100% natural grass.

Environmental Benefits
Biodegradable grass ingredients.

Features

  • Low dust.
  • Ultra-absorbent.
  • Natural odor control.
  • Fast and solid clumping.
  • Made without added dyes, fragrances or chemicals.
About Frisco

About Frisco

Frisco's quality products are made for and by a family of pet lovers. And they're more than just everyday pet supplies. Crates become comforting kingdoms, potty pads transform into a favorite patch of grass, and potty bags give the signal that it's time to take care of business. From comfy mats and cat trees to potty time essentials, Frisco provides practical solutions for today's devoted pet parents. The entire Frisco line is available exclusively at Chewy.com!

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  • Love the product, hate the price

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    This litter is great, I recieved a bag 1/2 off and decided to try it, trying to be more environmentally friendly etc. That said, I'm impressed this works with the petsafe automatic litter box. I love the look, feel, and weight of it. I dont like the price. It makes it extremely difficult to be more environmentally friendly. Luckily, there are cheaper options! Also, ignore my laundry room. Things are waiting for washing. And the cats mess with the blinds haha

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  • Grass litter is unbeatable

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    If you haven't tried grass litter, DO SO! It literally leaves clay litter in the dust. Clumbs tighly and doesn't break apart, wet spots don't stick to the litter box, very good odor control, and no noticable dust. Because it is light weight, the bags are easy to handle but it does tend to track a bit and if you have a cat that throws litter this will be easy for it to empty out of the box :-) It's very similar to a grass litter I've used for years sold by two doctors online, priced similarly so sale prices will likely make a difference in which one I buy. But, if you haven't yet switched to a grass litter you and your cats are missing all the advantages it has to offer.

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  • 2nd bag for 4 cats

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    The litter, thus far, is great. Oder control is fabulous. I have 2 boxes inside, 1 in garage with regular clay type litter. This grass litter is much better on oder It is very lite weight. My cats like that. When they cover up, they don't spread their paws as much as with the clay, thus not too much tracking! But you can't make litter too shallow, it won't clump fast enough. I bought this to eliminate as much chemical in litter as possible. My 9 year old contracted some type of bacteria on his paw pads that blistered and cracked his pads. He is better. No more chemical cleaners, etc. in my house.

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  • Failed Experiment

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    I've been using the Frisco unscented clay litter for a few months and decided to give this stuff a try. I liked that it was made from a natural product and that it was lightweight. However, it turned out that lightweight meant "easier to shovel all over the floor" for the cats. The granules are very large and fluffy and got everywhere. When I first tried it, they didn't seem to understand what it was and one of them tried to eat it. I mixed in some clay litter and that seemed to help, but it didn't do much for the shoveling issue. I also noticed that it doesn't seem to be cutting odors enough for the cats. All three are hesitant to get all the way into the boxes after they've been used even I've been using the Frisco unscented clay litter for a few months and decided to give this stuff a try. I liked that it was made from a natural product and that it was lightweight. However, it turned out that lightweight meant "easier to shovel all over the floor" for the cats. The granules are very large and fluffy and got everywhere. When I first tried it, they didn't seem to understand what it was and one of them tried to eat it. I mixed in some clay litter and that seemed to help, but it didn't do much for the shoveling issue. I also noticed that it doesn't seem to be cutting odors enough for the cats. All three are hesitant to get all the way into the boxes after they've been used even once after scooping. This led to dribbles on the edge and one instance of peeing over the edge onto the mat. I got rid of it after only a few days. … more

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  • have the vacuum nearby

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    i like this litter. my cats don't exhibit an aversion to it. it isn't dusty, (my one cat doesn't wheeze anymore). it does everything you expect and want litter to do. it's light and doesn't stick to the box the way other claybased, clumping litter does. it doesn't have a scent and lasts long. but it certainly does fly out of the box. it's also expensive. i got my first bag at a discounted price, jury is still out on whether this is a worthwhile purchase at its regular cost. i think, tho, that i mmmight still buy it... along with a carpet to place under the box.

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  • Very good litter

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    I was looking for an alternative product to a clay litter and stumbled across this. The first bag was half price, so worth trying. After a few days of my cats using it, all were immediately curious and used it right away, my husband said it was the best litter we have used so far. As it is lightweight, tracking is an issue. Had to buy a litter mat. If we could use a litterbox with the opening at the top, that would help greatly. Even though litter is tracked, living without the clay dust in our living environment is most appreciated. As far as clumping goes, it does a good job and doesn't create a slimy, gooey mess in the litter box. I like the light color as I want to see if blood I was looking for an alternative product to a clay litter and stumbled across this. The first bag was half price, so worth trying. After a few days of my cats using it, all were immediately curious and used it right away, my husband said it was the best litter we have used so far. As it is lightweight, tracking is an issue. Had to buy a litter mat. If we could use a litterbox with the opening at the top, that would help greatly. Even though litter is tracked, living without the clay dust in our living environment is most appreciated. As far as clumping goes, it does a good job and doesn't create a slimy, gooey mess in the litter box. I like the light color as I want to see if blood is present and I think I would have a better chance with this than clay or with some of the other natural litters that are brown. I have one very sensitive cat who seems to be allergic to everything and he has not had a problem with this litter, much to my relief. I have put it on autoship so I will never run out. … more

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  • Great clumping, bad odor control

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    I have this in the less used cat box upstairs where I don't want to lug clay bags. Its very light weight. The bad: Even though only 1 cat uses it, and when she does you can tell, if she just pees the whole room smells terrible. It gets a really bizarre odor, and after use even with regular scooping the rest of the odor picks up waste smells pretty fast. My other cats wont use the box, they don't like it, the Bengal just really prefers clay. The good: For clumping performance its one of the best non clay litters. It clumps great and continues to clump and holds its texture longer than WBC, and less messy than Blue. Its not dusty, and its very light weight so its easier on your back. I have this in the less used cat box upstairs where I don't want to lug clay bags. Its very light weight. The bad: Even though only 1 cat uses it, and when she does you can tell, if she just pees the whole room smells terrible. It gets a really bizarre odor, and after use even with regular scooping the rest of the odor picks up waste smells pretty fast. My other cats wont use the box, they don't like it, the Bengal just really prefers clay. The good: For clumping performance its one of the best non clay litters. It clumps great and continues to clump and holds its texture longer than WBC, and less messy than Blue. Its not dusty, and its very light weight so its easier on your back. If they could just do something about the smell this would be an amazing product. Maybe put some lavender or something in it. … more

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  • Terrible, back to the drawing board...

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    The initial concept was good, but actual performance leaves a lot to be desired. Litter does provide a little odor protection, but not as much as expected. Additionally, after the kitties have left their "deposits", the litter clings to cat paws, leaving hard clump of large and small litter trails all over the floors and onto other rooms, beds, sofas, you name it - disgusting. The litter remains moist so when you try to sweep it up from the floor, it smears on the floor. I have to use bath tissue/moist paper towels to clean up the mess, especially where the litter tray is located. I then have to clean and disinfect all my floors, and then try to clean my kitties paws so they don't have to The initial concept was good, but actual performance leaves a lot to be desired. Litter does provide a little odor protection, but not as much as expected. Additionally, after the kitties have left their "deposits", the litter clings to cat paws, leaving hard clump of large and small litter trails all over the floors and onto other rooms, beds, sofas, you name it - disgusting. The litter remains moist so when you try to sweep it up from the floor, it smears on the floor. I have to use bath tissue/moist paper towels to clean up the mess, especially where the litter tray is located. I then have to clean and disinfect all my floors, and then try to clean my kitties paws so they don't have to lick them. I'm a Diabetic, I don't wear shoes inside my home because I'm afraid of stepping and hurting a kitty, so you can imagine my "joy" when I am walking around and step on multiple clumps of hard, moist litter all around my home. This litter has to be improved. … more

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  • Love this litter

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    I bought a bag of this when my usual Okocat was out of stock, and never looked back. Unlike Okocat, this REALLY has almost no dust and the clumps don't fall apart. They are like instant cement so easy to spot and easy to clean. Odor control is great. I want a natural litter since cats invariably end up ingesting some of it, and what's more natural than grass? It's a good texture too: soft on the paws but not so fine that it ends up floating everywhere like Catspot. It has a slightly oaty aroma when stirred but that doesn't hang in the air because, did I mention, there's NO DUST!

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  • The search continues

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    I thought this litter was really great at first. I have asthma, COPD and VCD so the biggest requirement for me is low dust and no irritation to my lungs or vocal cords. It doesn't have a lot of dust so it is fine as far as that goes. For my one elderly cat with kidney problems, litter will not clump at all and this stuff is no exception. It just turns into a sludge. It clumps okay for my other cats but I was hoping for better than this. It scatters everywhere and rolls on the floor like tiny beads. Then if it gets wet, it sticks to the floor. It mops up okay but still, who wants to mop up crusty cat litter off the floor all the time? The real problem for me though is the odor. By itself I thought this litter was really great at first. I have asthma, COPD and VCD so the biggest requirement for me is low dust and no irritation to my lungs or vocal cords. It doesn't have a lot of dust so it is fine as far as that goes. For my one elderly cat with kidney problems, litter will not clump at all and this stuff is no exception. It just turns into a sludge. It clumps okay for my other cats but I was hoping for better than this. It scatters everywhere and rolls on the floor like tiny beads. Then if it gets wet, it sticks to the floor. It mops up okay but still, who wants to mop up crusty cat litter off the floor all the time? The real problem for me though is the odor. By itself, this litter has a very pleasant scent. It is made from sorghum seed so it smells sweet and natural. But when it mixes with cat urine and feces, it is horrible. Unfortunately my cats like it better than I do. And they keep using this instead of any alternatives I provide. Also, my elderly cat eats it while he is using the box. This litter has to go but I don't know what to replace it with yet. … more

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