Frisco Pine Pellet Unscented Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter

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Description

That fresh aroma of pine, it’s coming from your cat’s litter box! Yup, these non-clumping pellets are made with 100% natural pine and nothing else. They absorb liquids up to three times their weight so odors don’t stand a chance at lingering around the litter box. And there’s no covering up odors with artificial fragrances or chemicals. We just let that pine do its thing at naturally combating those offensive smells for a fresher box the natural way. It’s low dust for less mess and provides fragrance- and chemical-free odor control for sensitive kitties.

Key Benefits
  • All-natural cat litter is made with 100% pine, and has non-clumping pellets that combat odors without any chemicals or added fragrances.
  • Pine pellets absorb up to 3X their weight in liquids to help keep the litter box fresh and prevent lingering odors, with daily scooping.
  • Uses pine’s natural odor-protection power instead of just covering up odors with fancy fragrances.
  • It smells like pine because it is pine, with no fragrances, scents, chemicals, dyes or additives. Perfect for cats that are sensitive to other litters.
  • Dust-free for less mess and perfect for single or multi-cat homes.
Precautions

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
    161458
  • Weight
    40.0 pounds
  • Litter Material
    Pine, Wood
  • Litter Feature
    Multi-Cat, Natural, Odor Control, Non-Clumping, Unscented, Dust Free, Low Tracking
Instructions
  • Add approximately 3-4 inches of Frisco Pine Litter into a clean, dry litter box (this allows your cat to dig & cover their waste naturally).
  • Scoop out wet litter & solids daily. Sift gently or simply scoop and discard. Throw away waste.
  • Add more Frisco Pine Litter as necessary to maintain 3-4 inch depth.
Transition Instructions

Some cats may require assistance in adjusting to a new litter. Begin with 1 inch of Frisco Litter covered with 2 inches of the previous litter product. Do not mix the layers - your cat will do this when pawing and covering. Gradually add less old litter each time you change the litter pan. Most casts will comfortably adjust to the new litter after 3 to 4 changes.

FAQ

Where is Frisco Pine Pellet Cat Litter made?

This litter is made in Canada with the Pine sourced from Canada.

Does this litter clump?

This litter features non-clumping pellets that absorb liquids three times their weight to reduce odors.

Is this litter scented?

Frisco Pine litter has a naturally derived pine wood scent, but no added fragrances.

Is this non-clumping litter compatible with a sifting litter box or an automatic cleaning litter box?

No, pine pellets are too large for a sifting or self-cleaning box to work effectively.

What is the approximate size of each pellet?

Pine pellets are typically sized between 1 ½” in length, and diameter of ¼” in varying lengths.

Is this litter flushable or compostable?

Pine pellets break down into sawdust once completely saturated, however, we would not recommend flushing.

What is the drying process?

Frisco pine pellets are kiln dried.

Rating: 3.1 of 5 stars 101 Reviews 101 Reviews 3.1 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Very interesting product. Good info below!

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    The pine pellets are a neat alternative to traditional cat litter. The company claims low odor, I agree for potty #1s. I don't believe I can smell it linger. Potty #2s if left uncovered are quite noticeable. For me that is ok. I'd rather stay on top of the litter box to remove smelly stuff! At first I was confused how to use it. The pellets turn to saw dust once wet. So ideally this litter works best with a slated tray, where you remove the loose dust from a bottom tray. The solids are removed by hand or with a scoop, leaving solid pellets in. My box does not have a removable tray. So 1x a week I separate the saw dust and pellets. Then add more pine pellets to a good level. The separation The pine pellets are a neat alternative to traditional cat litter. The company claims low odor, I agree for potty #1s. I don't believe I can smell it linger. Potty #2s if left uncovered are quite noticeable. For me that is ok. I'd rather stay on top of the litter box to remove smelly stuff! At first I was confused how to use it. The pellets turn to saw dust once wet. So ideally this litter works best with a slated tray, where you remove the loose dust from a bottom tray. The solids are removed by hand or with a scoop, leaving solid pellets in. My box does not have a removable tray. So 1x a week I separate the saw dust and pellets. Then add more pine pellets to a good level. The separation part is a bit time consuming. I believe it is worth the switch from the cat litter. *These pellets can turn into a toy. They also hurt to step on lol* … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Too Much Pine Dust

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    I'm usually happy with Frisco products, and was excited to see they finally have pine litter under their label. Unfortunately, right out of the box this litter had a weird smell that never went away (it permeated the box I store litter in), plus it defeats the purpose of pine litter having a pleasant non-odorous existence in our home. The biggest turn-off was that halfway through the bag, there was an exorbitant amount of pine dust. It's as if a quarter of the pellets complete disintegrated. What a waste of weight and money! This is the fourth brand of pine pellets I've tried (usually based on what's available or on sale—turns out simple pine pellets aren't all created equal), and I have I'm usually happy with Frisco products, and was excited to see they finally have pine litter under their label. Unfortunately, right out of the box this litter had a weird smell that never went away (it permeated the box I store litter in), plus it defeats the purpose of pine litter having a pleasant non-odorous existence in our home. The biggest turn-off was that halfway through the bag, there was an exorbitant amount of pine dust. It's as if a quarter of the pellets complete disintegrated. What a waste of weight and money! This is the fourth brand of pine pellets I've tried (usually based on what's available or on sale—turns out simple pine pellets aren't all created equal), and I have never seen this amount of pine dust in any of the other brands. The useless litter made it difficult to sift through what could be put in the litter box, which felt like insult to injury. Pine litter is still my go-to, but I cannot recommend the Frisco brand. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Easier and more environmentally friendly clean up

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    Just to preface, I was using crystal litter for a couple of years since I had a senior kitty with respiratory issues. I found the crystal litter to not be economically efficient so I opted for the pine pellet. Some of my cats go outside so I thought this would be a great. I like that it's easier to clean up, but I think someone else in the reviews had complained about how often you have to change it out since the urine turns the pellets into sand. So once you're done scooping all that out, you aren't left with many pellets, so I do see the frustration of refilling. Other than that, this is less of a blow to my covid impacted wallet. I think this was a good switch in my particular household Just to preface, I was using crystal litter for a couple of years since I had a senior kitty with respiratory issues. I found the crystal litter to not be economically efficient so I opted for the pine pellet. Some of my cats go outside so I thought this would be a great. I like that it's easier to clean up, but I think someone else in the reviews had complained about how often you have to change it out since the urine turns the pellets into sand. So once you're done scooping all that out, you aren't left with many pellets, so I do see the frustration of refilling. Other than that, this is less of a blow to my covid impacted wallet. I think this was a good switch in my particular household … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Buy this product with confidence.

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    I was weary about trying this brand after reading the negative reviews. I don’t agree with what is being said about the smell. The product is pine wood pellets, and smells like pine wood pellets. I have no problem with the earthy smell at all. I was paying twice as much before I landed on this! So glad I bought (3) 40 lb bags!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Best type of litter

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    Pine pellets unscented is the best type of kitty litter. It really keeps the smell down even with multiple cats. Pine used to be more expensive but now it is very reasonably priced and is not bad for the environment.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great value no carrying from store

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    Good for people with autoimmune diseases that make it hard to clean litter pans. It get lighter instead of heavier when you need to change litter pan. Also, it empties easily with less litter pan cleaning.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    It stinks!

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    Much worse than original Feline Pine. Yes, it absorbs urine, but stinks awfully and some 20% of the bag is that stinky sawdust. Will never order it again.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    works well as alternative in breeze box

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    I purchased this since it was cheap enough I use it in the breeze cat litter system, and is working great, the pellets do puff and flake out once wet, BUT stir around with the scoop it falls through to the pad underneath no big deal. controling odor well too!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Couldn't get past the smell

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    I can't actually attest to the functionality of the product because I could not get past the smell of it. Every time I tried to use it I would almost throw up, ergo it became fill in my back yard where I needed some soil :) Went back to regular cat litter :/

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Smelly and Musty!!!

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    My regular pine litter (which changed my life) was out of stock at the time that I purchased. I was so excited to open up a new bag of pine litter, but I was immediately hit with a TERRIBLE smell! It smelled like another cat already got into the bag and used all the pellets. They're pretty much still intact and haven't turned to dust so I'll have to endure and use them, but I'm super disappointed! I looked forward to that FRESH pine scent, but now it's become a real chore. Not looking good for a small apartment!

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