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Frisco Pine Pellet Unscented Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter

Frisco Pine Pellet Unscented Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter

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    Pellet litter

    By Susan69 on Mar 26, 2021

    I’ve been using this litter for years now. As one reviewer stated—— it is the reverse of clumping litter. This pellet litter ( or most) are actually better for your cat and easier to scoop because their is NO SCOOPING. Pick out the feces from the litter, give the litter box a nice shake and pick out I’ve been using this litter for years now. As one reviewer stated—— it is the reverse of clumping litter. This pellet litter ( or most) are actually better for your cat and easier to scoop because their is NO SCOOPING. Pick out the feces from the litter, give the litter box a nice shake and pick out the rest of the feces. The urine DOES TURN THE PELLETS INTO SAWDUST because that’s what it is supposed to do. I have 23 cats ( I’m a rescue) and I have 11 litter boxes and with all honesty I get lazy and will miss two days.. NO BIG THING.... the pellets are dry on top so kitties can go on a dry surface than a box filled with soggy , scented clay! Imagine if you had to use a sandbox to defecate and urinate and you ended up with scented!!! clay stuck between your feet that YOU HAD TO LICK AND PULL OUT WITH YOUR MOUTH! Not cool. Use this product. Pellets are the humane , eco friendly way to go and are awesome. I’d give 10 stars. Easy clean-up. When pellets have become where you CAN SEE that it’s turned to “ sawdust “ empty the whole box and refill. It’s great for sensitive cats, no buildup of clay residue in their lungs and mouth ( or ingested feces from tongue bathing yourself after you just crouched in the muddy urine soaked sand And licked yourself clean, which then the clay goes to the lungs and into the GI tract and causes intestinal distress. Constipation, vomiting etc.) I’m a retired veterinarian but I know what’s a great product and pellets are good! Biodegradable, so litter boxes can be dumped in my back yard And composts itself! For the sake of your cat stop using any scented litter. Causes major respiratory issues . Speak to your own vet about pellets. Buy a tiny bag and USE CORRECTLY and you will find its awesome! Stay safe ( COVID 19) … more

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    Not even worth 1 star!

    By Kimmy on Feb 4, 2021

    Feline Pine: At first, I really liked this litter. I mean, it is better than clump and seal. I actually have a jug of clump and seal to use whenever we run out of pine litter and I absolutely hate it. The problem with this litter is that my babies made such a big mess. Frisco: I didn't care for this Feline Pine: At first, I really liked this litter. I mean, it is better than clump and seal. I actually have a jug of clump and seal to use whenever we run out of pine litter and I absolutely hate it. The problem with this litter is that my babies made such a big mess. Frisco: I didn't care for this litter so much. I just wanted to try something new but it mostly powder, not enough pellets. Simply Pine: I love this litter so far. I have been depressed lately so I haven't scooped the litter box in a few days. There was no odor, and there was no mess. I think the litter was too heavy to track all over the place. The pellets were large and they do what they're supposed to do. I'm going to stick with this brand. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use, no smell

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    Switched to pine after years of clay, better smell, less dust. This “nonclumping” actually clumps as well as the much more expensive clumping version.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for pets with allergies

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    This bedding has helped my cat's allergies so much! It's dust free and only has a light pine scent. I will definitely be buying this again and again!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Pig Litter

    By on top250Contributor

    I use Frisco Pine Pellet Litter for my pot belly pig named Silly. It is great for him. He use big litter boxes and as a pig, he needs a litter that he won't eat, doesn't have cedar, doesn't have artificial scents. This works perfectly. It absorbs well.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Mix with the ceramic kind first time

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    For the pine pellets, you definitely need to either mix the ceramic kind or get an attractant. My cat originally did not want to use it because of the strong pine scent. After some effort, he is using it just fine now. Other than the initial hump, this is great. It’s way more cost effective than the ceramic and it is super low maintenance. I never smell the litter box anymore. Totally recommend it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Pellet litter

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    I’ve been using this litter for years now. As one reviewer stated—— it is the reverse of clumping litter. This pellet litter ( or most) are actually better for your cat and easier to scoop because their is NO SCOOPING. Pick out the feces from the litter, give the litter box a nice shake and pick out the rest of the feces. The urine DOES TURN THE PELLETS INTO SAWDUST because that’s what it is supposed to do. I have 23 cats ( I’m a rescue) and I have 11 litter boxes and with all honesty I get lazy and will miss two days.. NO BIG THING.... the pellets are dry on top so kitties can go on a dry surface than a box filled with soggy , scented clay! Imagine if you had to use a sandbox to defecate and I’ve been using this litter for years now. As one reviewer stated—— it is the reverse of clumping litter. This pellet litter ( or most) are actually better for your cat and easier to scoop because their is NO SCOOPING. Pick out the feces from the litter, give the litter box a nice shake and pick out the rest of the feces. The urine DOES TURN THE PELLETS INTO SAWDUST because that’s what it is supposed to do. I have 23 cats ( I’m a rescue) and I have 11 litter boxes and with all honesty I get lazy and will miss two days.. NO BIG THING.... the pellets are dry on top so kitties can go on a dry surface than a box filled with soggy , scented clay! Imagine if you had to use a sandbox to defecate and urinate and you ended up with scented!!! clay stuck between your feet that YOU HAD TO LICK AND PULL OUT WITH YOUR MOUTH! Not cool. Use this product. Pellets are the humane , eco friendly way to go and are awesome. I’d give 10 stars. Easy clean-up. When pellets have become where you CAN SEE that it’s turned to “ sawdust “ empty the whole box and refill. It’s great for sensitive cats, no buildup of clay residue in their lungs and mouth ( or ingested feces from tongue bathing yourself after you just crouched in the muddy urine soaked sand And licked yourself clean, which then the clay goes to the lungs and into the GI tract and causes intestinal distress. Constipation, vomiting etc.) I’m a retired veterinarian but I know what’s a great product and pellets are good! Biodegradable, so litter boxes can be dumped in my back yard And composts itself! For the sake of your cat stop using any scented litter. Causes major respiratory issues . Speak to your own vet about pellets. Buy a tiny bag and USE CORRECTLY and you will find its awesome! Stay safe ( COVID 19) … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Stinky bye-bye

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    I love this product, i wanted something better for my cats who seemed to really not care for the "smell litter" id buy for them.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Natural and decent

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    In it for the lack of ingredients, but I'm surprisingly happy with the performance. I'm a lazy litter scooper so I'm all about leaving the pee till it's dumping time. And I love that when dumping, the sawdust slides right out and isn't super stinky!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Pine Pellet

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    Worst cat litter i've ever used. Big mistake. 2 Cats and they both hated the stuff.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic alternative to Feline Pine

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    Love using pine pellet litter as it is fantastic at eliminating the ammonia odor caused by cat urine. Plus it doesn’t harm my kitty’s lungs. I use the pellets with the Breeze litter box system. I simply scoop out the poop on the daily. Once done scooping I use the scoop to shift the pellets, the sawdust falls to the bottom of the Breeze system. I throw out the breeze pad and sawdust every 5-7 days. Then add pellets as needed. Easy!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Cats avoid it!

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    I wanted my cats to like it! They won’t get near it.

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