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Feline Pine Original Cat Litter, 40-Pound Bags

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  • Net quantity of 40 pounds
  • Chemical free and safe for your cat; 100 percent natural
  • Designed for multiple cat homes
  • No dust and no tracking
  • Scoop fully absorbs liquid, just like thousands of tiny sponges

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Product Description

100% Natural Pine destroys odors without perfumes, additives or messy clouds of dust. It’s the smart choice for the health of your cat and your home.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 4.5 x 24.5 inches ; 40.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 41.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00176CC20
  • Item model number: 764375707505
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (422 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #829 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Material Feature:  Biodegradable Warning
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Customer Reviews

Absorbs odors very well.
Buddhika Kottahachchi
I love feline pine, smells like wood and it's much healthier for my cat than the chemical brands.
Time Six
Before these pellets turn into sawdust (by your cat peeing on them), it is HARD TO SCOOP.
mandyxjo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

239 of 249 people found the following review helpful By Piper Laird on December 10, 2009
Feline pine is the best litter if you use it correctly and make sure to get all the moisture in contact with the pellets.

What I was pleasantly shocked to find out is that FP is NOT a new concept. It is just new marketing. FP is the same as stall pellets used for livestock. You can get the EXACT product for $6-7 per 40 lbs bag at a local feed store. I live in the city and don't have a local feed store but while driving on vacation passed one and picked up several bags.

If you can't get to a feed store. FP is also the same as SOME stove pellets. Buy pellets with no additives if you buy stove pellets.

FP = stall pellets = stove pellets (wo accelerators).

Keep using this litter but save yourself a lot of money by getting the unmarketed product. Feel free to call Feline Pine who will confirm that their price is because of advertising. Kudos to then for getting the product to the masses though. They are a great company.
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152 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Dr. J. on September 13, 2010
This review comes from a person who was once the biggest fan of Feline Pine. I used this product for over seven years and found it to be the best cat litter available. It absorbed odors like nothing else. House guests (including my ignorant brother who "hates cats" because they "stink") could not believe we had a cat. Tracking was never an issue. I would use a little more than recommended (3-4 inches) and found that I could get a full two weeks of use out of the litter (of course, with daily scooping of the poop) before it started to break down and lead to tracking issues. I would then change the box a few days later. My cat never had any problems with it either; in fact, he loved scratching around in his box.

Ok, so where am I going with this? About three months ago something went terribly wrong: the pine pellets started to break down in less than three days, making tracking a nightmare. Now I have to change the box every 3-4 days! Before, when I would empty the box, all the debris would empty effortless in a trash bag; now over half of it sticks to the bottom of the box; I have to scrap and then wash it out to get it clean.

Now, I have spoken with the company about this, and they were very understanding. They offered two explanations: 1) regional and seasonal variations in the pine may have caused the change; or 2) the compression on the machine which makes the pellets has been altered. If it is the first reason, I cannot blame them for the vicissitudes of nature; but if it is the latter, then they need to get their act together. That was over two months ago and nothing has improved to date. I have been putting up with it though, hoping that the next batch of litter would be the corrected formula. But I can't take it anymore and am contemplating changing brands.
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116 of 124 people found the following review helpful By dizzyweasel VINE VOICE on May 2, 2010
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My review for the 20 lb. bag (I order both, it's the same stuff):

This stuff is absolutely incredible. I'm allergic to just about everything, including the dust that rises off of traditional clay and silica litter. If you have a special room for your litter, you'll notice that regular dust gets on every surface. It's disturbing, really. That stuff is going into your lungs you know. Feline Pine has NO DUST. Pour it out, and your litter area smells pleasantly of a lumber yard (well, I find that pleasant). When cats use the box, urine breaks down the pellets and is absorbed. Solid waste sits on top. You only run into trouble if your cat has gastrointestinal track problems - loose bowel movements are more difficult to scoop. The pellets track a bit, but they're large and a litter mat will slow their progress across a room.

Now, I will offer one caveat: this litter is terrific, but only if you use the right box. If you use a regular, non-sifting box, the pellets will break down into sawdust, and the sawdust will then just sit there. This sawdust can track further than the pellets, because it can stick to kitty feet. The solution? A sifting litter box. Either the Tidy Cat Breeze box or the Feline Pine litter box works, the latter better than the former. I have both. The Tidy Cat Breeze litter pads also work nicely with this product in the holding reservoir of a sifting-type box. Put the Feline Pine on top, shake the box or move the sawdust around with a scoop, and sawdust will fall into the reservoir under the top tray. Et voila! No sawdust on top, fresh pellets are not wasted with constant litter changes. Just make sure to shake the broken pellets into the bottom and there's no tracking.
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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Diana De Avila TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 26, 2009
I used Feline Pine for years until I discovered Nature's Logic Ponderosa Pine Cat Litter that was just slightly more economical. In theory, they do the same exact thing.

Here is what I like:

1) Pleasant pine smell really hides the smell of cat urine.
2) Turns from pellets to sawdust (time to change the box).
3) Easy to scoop.
4) Safe for kitties.
5) No dust clouds

Here is what I don't like so much:

1) If you don't keep on top of it, the sawdust can track,
2) Pellets can track and they are hard.

The pros from my experience far outweigh the cons. I did try the Nature's Earth Feline Pine Scoop Cat Litter for several months with my 5 cats but found that the "flakes" from the Feline Pine Clumping litter tracked everywhere.

Overall, pine beats the clay litters, corn and wheat litters. I have tried them all for months at a time and have stuck with the pine litters. They absolutely do what they say and do a wonderful job of hiding urine smells. I change my boxes often and do not put more than an inch or so of litter in -- the sawdust tracking tells me it's time to change. As far as disposing of the litter (cat poop), I just flush them.

Easy stuff and ends up to be very economical. I order about 6 bags at a time by mail so I don't have to lug them :)
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