Frisco Unscented Recycled Paper Cat Litter, 25-lb bag

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Description

A litter that absorbs liquids three times faster and is eco-friendly doesn’t just look good on paper—it is paper! These non-clumping pellets are made of 95% post-consumer recycled paper with added baking soda to combat litter box odors. Because it absorbs liquids faster, lingering odors don’t have a chance to stick around. You and kitty get a fresher smelling litter box without any of those chemicals or added fragrances. It’s dust-free so you can breathe easy and skip the messes while you scoop. For one kitty or all the felines in your home.

Key Benefits
  • Eco-friendly cat litter is made with 95% post-consumer recycled paper, and has non-clumping pellets that combat odors without any chemicals or added fragrances.
  • Absorbs messes 3X faster than other paper litter to help keep the litter box fresh and help guard against lingering odors, with daily scooping.
  • Dust-free means less mess when it comes time to scoop and clean the litter box. Plus, it comes in a resealable bag for easy storage.
  • Added baking soda boosts this litter’s odor-protection power instead of just covering them up.
  • 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
    161380
  • Weight
    25.0 pounds
  • Litter & Bedding Type
    Paper
  • Litter Feature
    Unscented, Non-Clumping, Odor Control, Multi-Cat
Instructions
  • Add approximately 4 inches of Frisco cat litter to a clean, dry litter box (this allows your cats to dig and cover their waste naturally).
  • Scoop out waste daily, using a curved, slotted litter scoop. Throw away waste.
  • Add more Frisco cat litter as necessary to maintain a depth of 4 inches.

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

For first time users, we recommend a gradual switch to our product. Start with 2/3 of your old cat litter and 1/3 of your new Frisco Litter. Over time, continue to add more of the Frisco Brand until your cat box has fully transitioned to this product.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect Odor Control

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    So HAPPY Chewy started carrying this!!! . I tried the Purina Yesterdays News paper pellets from Chewy which crumbled when it got wet. These Frisco pellets just swell up, keep their shape, and odors at bay. Makes for easy cleanups since you can just scoop up used pellets. I use these pellets for my Dutch Rabbit's litter. I put in a rectangular tupperware container with his hay so he pees in these pellets. He no longer sprays out the cage when peeing when I used corner litter boxes. Excellent buy that won't disappoint. Purchased the blue large "Animal Igloo" and multicolor "Wooden Ladder Animal Bridge" shown in picture from Chewy.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Owner of 5 cats

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    Of all the paper pellet litter I’ve tried, I like this brand best. I’ve tried yesterday’s news, Exquisicat, and even a pine pellet litter (which messed with my allergies terribly). I would say this is the best of the paper litter but nothing I’ve tried is as good as clay litter. PROS: The litter is unscented (to me it smells like new crayons). The baking soda in the litter does help keep down the odor better that any other paper litter. The best thing about this litter is that it is truly almost zero tracking and almost zero dust(no vacuuming 5 times a day). The litter is light in color, unlike yesterday’s news. This makes it easy to see any of your cat’s solid waste. My kittens do not get the Of all the paper pellet litter I’ve tried, I like this brand best. I’ve tried yesterday’s news, Exquisicat, and even a pine pellet litter (which messed with my allergies terribly). I would say this is the best of the paper litter but nothing I’ve tried is as good as clay litter. PROS: The litter is unscented (to me it smells like new crayons). The baking soda in the litter does help keep down the odor better that any other paper litter. The best thing about this litter is that it is truly almost zero tracking and almost zero dust(no vacuuming 5 times a day). The litter is light in color, unlike yesterday’s news. This makes it easy to see any of your cat’s solid waste. My kittens do not get the litter stuck in between their paws like they do with clay litter so I’d like that as well. CONS: The odor control is just OK. After one week this litter is very stinky (ammonia) and must be thrown out. I don’t like how you cannot easily remove cat urine from this litter. Basically, your cat box is collecting cat urine as the week progresses, and you have no way to remove it until you dump the entire box. You will definitely know anytime your cat has left solid waste in the box as well. Clay litter is better at controlling odor, and allows you to easily remove any urine, but as I have so many cats I like this litter better because I don’t have to vacuum five times a day. Be sure to wash the box out every time you change litter to prolong the life of the paper litter and help keep the smell down. If I did not have so many cats I would definitely go back to clay litter because I think it is not as stinky and I like being able to remove the cat urine from the box every day. But, since I have two senior cats and three kittens in a 1000 square-foot home this is currently the best option for me. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Great litter

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    This is great litter for kittens and cats that need to be kenneled. I foster kittens for a local rescue. Since there are times that they must be kenneled, I use this litter because it's less messy. Plus, I like it for really young kittens since it doesn't stick to their paws. Other types of litter can get stuck to their paws or in between their paw pads. Really young kittens don't know not to swallow it. I've had some I had to take to get because of that so I use the newspaper pellets.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Give and take situation

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    Very good at odor control compared to other litters I've tried. Love that it's eco-friendly. Cats were unsure but litter attractant helped. I think it's a give and take though, because when you scoop it you lose so much of the clean litter thus going through the bags more quickly. Might try the new Frisco corn and wheat to compare as I'm looking to ditch clay.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality litter

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    This litter makes maintaining my litter box a lot easier. I love that the pellets are made from newspaper, as Rose is allergic to pine pellets. If she kicks this litter out of her box it's a lot easier to clean up. The baking soda also helps with the smell which is great, as the scented litter has never been a favorite for my furbaby. #Chewyteamrated

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Saving trees while the cat pees

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    I’ve never used paper litter before and honestly i have no idea why. It’s extremely absorbent and holds the odor well. I have 4 cats and i thought it was going to be an issue switching them from clay litter to paper so i did one box with paper and one with the clay and they all went for the paper one, even the oldest! If it’s finicky cat approved it’s gotta be good. I’m not going to be saying any names but that other paper litter is so yesterday’s news. #ChewyTeamRated

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A great cat litter and rat bedding!!!

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    This litter keeps the scent away!! You can't tell that my kitty went to his box or that there are 8 rats in this cage!! Plus this paper is so much more absorbent than standard bedding -- my boyfriend's allergies are a bit better too! I love this stuff!!!! :) #chewyteamrated

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    GREAT litter

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    I mix this and the crystal litter and it doesn’t get all over the house. Easy to clean and toss. Overall great litter! #chewyteamrated

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Cat litter

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    My cat would not even get in his litter box. The texture hurt him . He wasn’t able to cover his waste. This confused him.

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