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Feline Pine

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Feline Pine Scoop naturally neutralizes strong odors on contact, leaving your home remarkably fresh! Highly absorbent pine litter binds directly to ammonia particles and locks them away for good. Simply scoop and discard daily! Made from renewable southern yellow pine and natural Guar Bean Gum--it's 100 percent natural! Pine naturally neutralizes ammonia.With the clumping power of an all-natural fiber made from the Guar Bean, Feline Pine Scoop clumps tight, so nothing is left behind but fresh litter. Using Feline Pine Scoop is a safe and healthy way to enjoy the benefits of a clumping cat litter without any of the chemicals or silica dust.


Feline Pine
Without any of the chemicals or silica dust; scoop fully absorbs liquid
4 inches
13 inches
21 inches
Feline Pine
Feline Pine
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Feline Pine Original Cat Litter, 20-Pound Bag
20 pounds
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20 lbs.
Ingredients: 100% pure pine. No new trees were cut to make Feline Pine.
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Ingredients: 100% pure pine. No new trees were cut to make Feline Pine.
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4.00 star(s)
Pros: Fantastic odor control, very light and easy to change
Cons: Easily tracks everywhere once it breaks down, cats don't adapt to it well at first, overpriced for its value
This is definitely one of those things you need to introduce your cat to slowly. Don't just go from your old stand-by of Johnny Cat to these pellets, or your cat will most likely become very confused and decide to "take their business elsewhere" as it were.

That being said, it's quite probably the best litter I've ever tried. The downside is that it's considerably more expensive than regular clay litters, and despite what they say on the bag, it tends to last only about twice as long.

As far as odor control? IMMEDIATE! It leaves a wonderful woodsy-aroma everywhere, no dust, and no heavy perfumes.

Another downside, though, is that once the pellets break down into their component sawdust, it tends to get EVERYWHERE if you have a cat like mine who gets a bit OCD when it comes to covering her stuff. Not just in the burying, but also once she leaves the box with that now slightly damp sawdust stuck to her feet.

Judicious vacuuming is necessary - more so than other litters I've tried (except for a lot of the clumping litters which turn my boat's salon into a day at the beach).
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Pros: Safe, minimal tracking, great odor control, economical
Cons: I couldn't find any
I have bought this brand ever since I got my kitten 5 months ago. I LOVE IT! The fresh sawdust smell covers up any odor my cat leaves. My kitten doesn't mind the pellets, although at first she thought it was a toy. I had to buy a sifting litter box which works great with this litter so I believe it was a good investment. A bag of this litter can last me 2 months with the litter box and the price is good too!
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Pros: No oder, no dust, minimal tracking. light weight, super easy scooping,
Cons: none that I can think of
I have had my cats for one year. I have been on a search for the perfect litter and litter box system. My search is over. I will only use  Feline Pine Nuggets and the Feline Pine Sifting Litter box. The litter box is two boxes. The box on top has holes in it. When the cats urinate it turns the pine nuggets into saw dust.  Rake the scoop throughout the litter so that the saw dust will fall through the holes to the bottom box or slide the box back and forth and side to side to allow the saw dust to fall through the holes and into the bottom box. To dispose of the saw dust simply lift the top box off and pour litter into garbage bag. No more muddy mess that sticks to the bottom. Much easier to clean because there is no residue left in the box after removing saw dust. I just spray with vinegar and water and wipe out. So much lighter to dispose of the saw dust compared to the heavy used clay litter. Use to have to double the bags or the clay litter would burst out of bag and leave trail down the driveway on trash p/u day!

The solids stay on top and are just removed and disposed of. There is no oder at all. There is no tracking. A few pellets will end up on the floor but nothing like other types of litter. There is no dust. I can't say enough about Feline Pine Nuggets. Will never go back to clay.


Reply to Review: Love it
I use something similar to this, made with grain rather that pine. I love it too, because the expanded pellets lets me see where Buddy has gone so I can remove it with out much hunting. Also big for me, is mine is made from sustainable material, grain hulls, and is safe for the Earth. It does get everywhere if there is too much and Buddy has a hard time manuvering in the box as well.
One question: Is is safe to allow the soiled pellets to remain in the box? It seems the smell is nuetralized but what about the bacteria? I know urine is sterile but bacteria does grow, doesn't it? My brand says remove daily but I take it out as soon as possible.
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Litter boxes should be cleaned out daily. #1 reason is in a multi-cat household they can spread the corona virus back and forth between each other through their litter box by getting feces on their paws and licking it off, then the corona virus can mutate between cat to cat, this can go on for years. Until one of the cats have a bad immune system, from any illness, or then if they are carriers of FIP they can eventually die from FIP. FIP is the most deadly unknown decease in cats, and I just lost my baby Pookie of only 2 precious years on 2/27 because of FIP. I now make sure that my 4 litter boxes are cleaned out every single morning.
it tracks because you need a special litter box. felinepinelitterbox.com sells them for 21.99 + 12.00 shipping and i don't want one of theirs because mine are covered booda domes and both the cats and i prefer covered litterboxes. pussydo in nz also sells a special box and oz-pet sells the only covered ones i have seen and they're 60.00 plus shipping and i have no idea how much that is from australia to the states.
i currently separate the pellets from the dust every to every other day and have been looking for a solution because it's tiresome. but there is absolutely no urine odor and you can just flush the pool. what i am going to try to do is find more booda domes on craigslist or some place used because i only want the bottoms. i'm going to drill holes in the bottom and nest it inside the bottom i already have. then the cover affixes to only one box and it works fine.
btw, feline pine is 14.99 for 20 lbs. and wood stove pellets are 4.38 for 40 lbs. they are exactly the same as long as you check to make sure that no accelerants have been added. i see no need to pay feline pine the extra money simply because of their marketing.

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