OKOCAT Original Premium Wood Clumping Cat Litter, 19.8-lb box, bundle of 2 - Chewy.com

Okocat Original Premium Wood Clumping Cat Litter

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Rated 4.0089 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • A plant-based litter that’s a clean and healthy option for your family, both furry and not-so-furry.
  • The biodegradable wood fiber is sustainably sourced, responsibly rescued and works to naturally prevent enzymes from bonding with liquid and waste, halting ammonia odor before it even starts.
  • Absorbs liquid on contact and creates solid clumps for hassle-free scooping. And it’s flushable—simply scoop and flush one clump at a time!
  • 99% dust-free so you and your feline can breathe easier. The wood fiber is de-dusted and screened.
  • 100% free from artificial fragrances, synthetic chemicals, toxic dyes and GMOs.

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Questions & Answers

35 Customer Questions

How often should this litter be completely switched out? As box completely emptied and completely new litter put in.
Answer by LalaMar 08, 2022
I have two cats, scoop twice a day, and change it when it starts to smell, usually after about a month.

Did Okocat recently change their formula? I'm used to it looking like tan color, but the last box I ordered, the litter was an orange color and was slightly smaller in texture.
Answer by ChewyDec 31, 2019
Okocat has been produced in Germany in the past, however recently they have built a domestic cat litter manufacturing plant at their Jesup, Georgia facility to produce the same litter. With the species of wood raw material being different in Germany versus Georgia, there are minor variabilities in color, scent, and appearance. The product specifications and performance attributes remain the same. Their domestic litter is made from local sustainably sourced Georgia softwoods – which include spruce, pine, and fir.

Is this septic safe ?
Answer by ChewyOct 24, 2017
The litter is 100% biodegradable and flushable. If you intend to flush your cat's waste, scoop carefully and avoid putting extra, loose litter into your toilet.

How is Okocat for disposal in the garden / compost? I am on a septic tank and have a renal cat, so go thru lots o' litter!
Answer by ChewyApr 19, 2018
The kitty litter itself is completely biodegradable. However, the manufacturer does not recommend putting used litter feces clumps in your compost bin. If you choose to compost, do not use in vegetable gardens, or be sure to let it set for six months so as to follow the USDA protocol in order to make the compost safe for use in vegetable gardens.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Alli on Jan 30, 2023

has a lot of dust

I have been using this litter for almost a year with my cat. I originally got it because i liked the eco-friendly approach and it clumped well and it was pretty smell proof. My cat has recently started having asthma attacks and I’m trying to eliminate any allergens so unfortunately I’m having to transition out of this litter due to the dust. Just be aware that this litter is good at clumping and containing smell but it does kick up a lot of dust in the box and when cleaning. I know Okocat has paper pellets that say they are dust free so maybe those would be better for humans and cats with asthma

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kathi on Feb 4, 2023

Best litter By far

I've been using this litter for years, ever since I came across and have it a try. Really... It's better than any litter I've tried and over 14 yrs, that's been a lot. 1st it's biodegradable, which is a huge plus for me. 2nd really keeps the order away! I have 2 cats and even if I forget to scoop a day or even two, no smell. 3 long lasting. I can go an easy 2 weeks before doing a total replace of litter... Again, no smell and a little goes a long way.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Laura on Jan 14, 2023

Good Alternative to Clay

My cat and I are surprisingly please with Okocat. Now, it does still track but there is no dust, which is a good tradeoff in my mind. My cat has upper respiratory issues so we've been experimenting with different litter brands/types. I was very disappointed with the Dr. Elsey products as I had used them for years with my previous kitties; their low dust version is not low dust. Period. Okocat seems to be the solution for my kitty. Smells nice too. And, my Mr. Boy took to it right away so no adjustment issues which is of great relief. No pun intended.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cosmomom2 on Jan 25, 2023

Wood litter

I used Tidy Cat natural (pine,cedar,corn) clumping litter for several years and when it was discontinued a few months ago..I began a search on Chewy for a good replacement...tried a few and I finally found the one:) this is similiar with a bit larger pieces but it clumps, odor control and the ferrets are back to their routine and not tossing all the litter out of the litter boxes because they didn't like the testing replacements.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By MommaB on Feb 4, 2023

Better than clay!

The cats have been using this litter for about 2 years now. I don't know how they feel but I prefer it to clay because it's not heavy like clay litter and the smell is more natural. Clay litter is either heavily scented( yuk) and if unscented tends to smell quicker than wood clumping. All are dusty and track so it's a matter of what works best for everyone.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By 2tinytabbies on Dec 28, 2022

Litter smells great even after a week of use.

Since adopting my cats, I've been trying to find the best litter that works for us. I think this is it! I love how Ökocat doesn't make my house smell like cat litter. It just smells like fresh wood furniture. It tracks a bit, but the pieces are big so it's quite easy to sweep up. Also, I love how the litter doesn't smell bad after over a week of use. Other natural litters tend to smell like a barnyard after a week, even with scooping multiple times a day. Overall, there's less waste, it is easy to clean up, and it's reasonably priced. My only complaint is that I wish it formed tighter clumps.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Tkat on Jan 23, 2023

A nice alternative to clay

Used to used the walnut based litter, but had to switch due to my cat developing allergies to that. This was a decent non clay alternative. The original clumping is fairly low in dust. Not 100% dust free, but much better then their soft on paws finer ground litter. And, it's not sharp on paws like the pellets. My cat just won't use pellets.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Emilia on Dec 27, 2022

smell the tree in clumps

I have been looking for natural litter, something similar to best cat litter available in Europe, and this totally meets the criteria, natural smell, no added fragrance, very little dusting, the clumping is a bit less impressive than we are used to but it is not burdensome, the cat accepted it without any doubts (I am a fan of the natural wooden smell, my father runs a saw mill and it weirdly reminds me of that place and the cat does not mind at all, win-win). Important: it is in a box with a handle, super practical!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Elizabeth on Jan 25, 2023

No smell and cleans up easily

I’ve used this the past few days with my new adoptee. She took to it easily and doesn’t seem to mind. I like that there is no urine smell and it clumps well. This does not work well with sifting litter boxes, because it has large pellets. Will work fine on most robot boxes.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Dort on Dec 13, 2022

Best I've used

I've tried several other natural-material litters and this one is the best. Less tracking than others, better odor control. The pine scent is preferable to any "scented" litters. It absorbs better and is lighter weight than clay litter. Even my fussy cat is happy with it. The large bag is a bit unwieldy but the light weight makes it managable.