NATURE'S LOGIC All Natural Pine Unscented Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter, 12-lb bag - Chewy.com

Nature's Logic All Natural Pine Unscented Non-Clumping Wood Cat Litter

By Nature's Logic
Rated 3.4896 out of 5 stars
Size: 12-lb bag
Size: 12-lb bag

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About This Item

Details

  • 100% pine litter is completely natural and silica-free.
  • Virtually dust-free litter won't create those "puffs" of dust when you pour or when your cat walks around her litter box.
  • Safe for all cats, kittens, and even other mammals—such as ferrets, guinea pigs or rabbits.
  • Biodegradable litter isn't just better for your home, but better for the planet, too!
  • Odor-control formula reduces the amount of stink in your litter box, making for a happier home.

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Ingredients

Instructions

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Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions


What size are the pellets? I have a sifting style litter box
Answer by ChewyFeb 22, 2019
Click the picture below for reference.

Is this litter composed of kiln dried pine? I wasn't able to find this information on Nature's Logic website or on the photos of the bag. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
Answer by ChewyNov 17, 2018
Nature's Logic pine litter is kiln dried.

Do the pellets absorb the cats urine and expand or does the pellets loosen and become a saw dust texture?
Answer by ChewyOct 02, 2019
The pellets when wet will loosen and break down into a saw dust texture.

How is the isocupressic acid of the ponderosa pine expelled to make this safe for animals?
Answer by ChewyOct 16, 2020
Isocupressic acid is found primarily in the pine (conifer) needles. No pine needles are used in the production of Nature's Logic pine litter. Only whole logs which are planed down and kiln dried are used. Once that process is complete, the logs become pellets, those pellets are oven baked twice.


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96 Customer Reviews



Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By RainyDaySheila on Apr 3, 2023

Don't bother with this brand! Stay away!

This pine litter is awful! For 3 years I've paid a premium for a natural, corn litter (same size and use instructions as typical clay litters). But one day I reached my limit for tolerance of the tracking of litter "crumbs" being tracked through my house! Other cat owners have repeatedly told me to switch to pine litter. Pine may indeed work, but this one is AWFUL. The pine pellets vary drastically in size. Some are about an inch long, but MOST of them are teeny tiny crumbs - exactly the same size as regular kitty litter! So, those pieces call through the sifter (which means I was throwing out the dirty pine "dust" and a lot of the fresh litter pieces!) and STILL get tracked throughout my house! It was a total waste of my money. Again, pine litter itself doesn't deserve a bad reputation, but the Nature's Logic brand does! Waste of your money!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By traceyd on May 20, 2023

I love this stuff!

For my rabbits, this is wonderful. It's less expensive and does the job well. Keeps odor to a minimum! I change the entire litter bin out weekly and I have not found the more expensive pine pellets to be any better! I'm very happy for this product... and for the price!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Wendy on May 25, 2023

Logic litter

I have 2 cats and two litter boxes. Neither cat would use the box with the pine litter. The other box had corn litter.I went back to a regular non clumping litter. I gave almost the entire bag of pine litter away.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Tiktok42 on Feb 3, 2023

Overall a Nice Product

We ordered this when the product was sent bi-monthly and was lost in shipping. Chewy customer service did a great job with this issue. The product smells nice and breaks down into sawdust with moisture. My special needs cat had no problems using this product, but his long hair did pick up the sawdust. I had to brush him out every time he needed to use the litter box.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Cindy on Feb 23, 2023

Not the best

I have used other pine litters. I have found them to be less messy and much better at covering odors. Unfortunately, they can be pricey. Logic was cheaper so I tried it. While I can not say it is more messy, I can say that it's odor supression is poor.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Mar 8, 2023

Not awesome

Buy pine pellets regularly for our cat but this kind is smaller pellets which get dusty quickly and makes our car sneeze a lot which never happens. Would stick to different kind bigger pellets.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cass on Feb 19, 2023

Pine Cat Litter

Looks like they are carrying a new pine litter now. The pellets are half the size and they do seem to have less dust than the other one. I like them so far!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Eliza on Dec 29, 2022

Fine, but small pellets

This litter is similar to the other brands I've tried, but the pellets are all smaller than what I typically see. Seem cut in half/thirds making more of them fall through the sifting box prematurely.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Meli on Jan 11, 2023

Great Stuff

Cat loves it; it doesn't smell, even after a couple of days, and doesn't track all over the place.Best for us!


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By James on Sep 10, 2022

Strong Pine Smell

This litter is fine except for the strong pine smell! My cat doesn't even want to stay in the litter box long enough to finish pooping (let alone cover the poop), so they jump out and get poop on the floor. I definitely do not recommend this litter for cats. I will be sticking with paper-based litter from now on. I have seen other reviewers using this for barn animals and that seems like a good use. Outdoors, with taller animals that have more distance between their noses and the litter, it would work well.