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Brand
Feline Pine
Item Weight
40 Pounds
Material
Pine
Scent
Pine
Target Species
Cat

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  • Features & details

    Features

    • -NO HARSH CHEMICALS, NO ADDED FRAGRANCE—this non-clumping cat litter is an effective odor eliminator that’s made simple with plant-based ingredients like natural pine shavings, plus the absorbent power of ARM & HAMMER Baking Soda.
    • -BEST NATURAL ODOR CONTROL WITH NO ADDED FRAGRANCES + BAKING SODA. Naturally keep your kitty litter box fresh with natural pine fibers that lock away ammonia odors and neutralize odors on contact. Eliminate the toughest odors with plant-based ingredients instead of harsh chemicals or synthetic perfumes. Get an extra boost of absorbent, odor-fighting freshness from the natural odor-neutralizing power of Baking Soda.
    • -HIGHLY ABSORBENT PINE LOCKS AWAY ODORS. The pine shavings in this lightweight non-clumping cat litter directly bind to odors like thousands of tiny sponges to soak up liquid and lock away ammonia odors to keep the litter box fresh and dry. -LIGHTWEIGHT so changing and refilling the cat litter box is fast and easy. That’s because this absorbent non-clumping kitty litter is natural and less than half the weight of clay litter and leaves no messy cloud of dust.
    • -A NATURAL CAT LITTER CHOICE. No new trees are cut down to make the pine shavings in Feline Pine Platinum Natural Pine Non-Clumping Litter. This cat litter comes from kiln dried shavings reclaimed from lumber production, so it’s a kitty litter that respects our precious natural resources.

    Product information

      Additional Information

    • ASIN: B07NPHGL79
    • Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 2,934Reviews
    • Best Sellers Rank:
      #3,041 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
      #69 in Cat Litter
    • Date First Available: March 27, 2019

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    Directions :

    1. Fill litter box with at least 3 inches of Feline Pine Original Cat Litter. 2. Scoop the solid waste daily, and gently shake the box so the good pellets float to the top and the sawdust drops to the bottom. Leave the sawdust in the box as it will still work to absorb moisture and odor. 3. When the box is about 90% sawdust it is time to dispose of it and start with new litter. Do not flush or put into drains. Put used litter into the trash.

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    Q: Can anyone recommend specific brands of cat safe pine to buy from an equine or feed store …

    A: We switched from "branded" pellets such as "Feline Pine" to cheap wood stove / heating pel…

    Leostriple | 1 year ago

    Q: What scooper do you use? Looks like you need a large one so the litter goes through

    A: I use a regular scooper

    BEVERLY LILES | 11 months ago

    Q: So... poo can be scooped. But what happens to Pee?

    A: Thank you for your question. Feline Pine Original is made from 100% Pine. Sawdust byprodu…

    Manufacturer Church & Dwight Co., Inc. Cons… | 11 months ago

    Q: How often do you replace the litter for 1 cat?

    A: I have a 9 lb. female Main Coon. Replace approximately 2/3 of her litter box every 3 days.…

    Michael | 11 months ago

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    Jackie J
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Read entire review - I will NEVER use clay litter again in my life after trying pine pellets.
    Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
    Anybody who has cats and has been using clay cat litter up until this point needs to give pine pellets a try. I was super reluctant to use anything other than clumping clay as that was the only litter substrate that seemed to work. I have 3 cats and a total of 4... See more
    Anybody who has cats and has been using clay cat litter up until this point needs to give pine pellets a try.

    I was super reluctant to use anything other than clumping clay as that was the only litter substrate that seemed to work. I have 3 cats and a total of 4 litter boxes, so upkeep naturally is a bit tedious. I did some heavy research and discovered a few key points about clay litter:

    1.) It is mined from clay quarries, and the mining process is extremely enviromentally damaging.
    2.) It does not bio-degrade
    3.) It is very toxic to cats when ingested while grooming paws.

    I read a few articles about the pros and cons of many different litter substrates and I narrowed viable alternatives down to one: pine pellets. There are so many pros to pine pellets with only 1 or 2 cons:

    Pros:
    1.) Smells fantastic, even when soiled. You cannot detect the smell of cat urine or feces. Also, no dust.
    2.) Economical. A large 60 lb bag of pine pellets from an animal feed/supply store runs only about $25.00.... compare this to an expensive box of clay clumping cat litter.
    3.) Lasts a long time in the box as long as you are diligent in keeping up with it - which I hope one would be regardless of litter substrate.
    4.) Does not track on cat paws
    5.) Is completely non-toxic, biodegradable AND compostable - if you are lucky enough to have a garden (for flowers - no ediable plants) or even better, a compost heap - the discarded litter can be mixed into the compost/soil and does not do any damage. The urine smell is not present and the pine provides excellent ruffage to the pile.
    6.) Cat poo can be easily scooped out and flushed down the toilet instead of thrown into a plastic trash bag to be immortalized in a land-fill. (This was admittedly very bizarre to get used to but the logic behind it outweighs the societal norm). And, if you accidentally flush down a pellet or two - they are septic safe

    Cons (and logically, there are only 2!)
    1.) You have to use sifting litter boxes for the most painless cleaning efforts. There are many pre-designed sifting litter boxes on the market as well as many helpful D.I.Y guides on how to make your own sifter. When the pellets get wet, they turn to a wet pulp and then quickly dry out. The dry powder falls into the bottom of the litter box and can be easily sifted out, leaving the solid unspoiled pellets in the box. The powder then can be put outside in a compost heap or somewhere discreet and leaves NO odor or urine/ammonia.
    2.) Your feline friends may need some time to adjust to the new substrate and may be reluctant to use the pine pellets.
    What I did with my 3 cats was I dedicated one litterbox to just entirely pine pellets while I mixed in pine pellets in the other 3 litter boxes along with their clay. Gradually, they began to realize the pellets are not so bad and became comfortable with using the strictly pellet litter box. After each change, instead of adding fresh clay to the boxes - I added pellets and now, all 4 boxes are almost entirely pellet.

    It takes some getting used to for you and your kitties. This was uncharted territory for me. But trust me when I say it, the benefits to switching over outweight ANY negatives.

    You feel good about your choice economically. You wallet and bank account will thank you for not spending hundreds of dollars a year on giant boxes of clumping clay litter.

    You will feel good enviromentally, as buying pine pellets is 100000× more eco-friendly all around than other litter alternatives.

    and sensually... because face it, who doesn''t love the smell of fresh pine??
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    Cryo185
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    BUYER BEWARE! ARM & HAMMER PINE CAT LITTER PELLETS ARE HIGHLY TOXIC!
    Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
    BUYER BEWARE! I hate to write bad reviews about products. Especially products sold by prestigious Companies like Arm & Hammer. Yes, the same Company who sells an excellent product that we place in our refrigerators to combat unpleasant odors. The pine cat... See more
    BUYER BEWARE!
    I hate to write bad reviews about products.
    Especially products sold by prestigious Companies like Arm & Hammer. Yes, the same Company who sells an excellent product that we place in our refrigerators to combat unpleasant odors.
    The pine cat litter that Arm & Hammer is selling on Amazon is extremely toxic to our precious cats!
    WITHIN THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF USING ARM & HAMMER PINE LITTER PELLETS! My cat began violently sneezing and shaking her head every five minutes! Luckily, I had visited You Tube a few days earlier looking for alternate methods to set up different kitty litter systems. I saw a video, that was made by a person who was looking for a way to save money on the kitty litter they were buying.
    They were able to find a 40 lb bag of Pine Kitty Litter Pellets for $ 5.98 at a chain store. The only problem was that her ‘due diligence’ uncovered the fact that the dust coming from the Pine Litter was highly toxic to cats. She tried the Pine Litter anyway, making sure that she strained all of the dust out of the bag the Pine Litter came in. Then she began using the Pine Cat Litter. She noticed after a few days that her cat began to sneeze!
    She also noticed that when her cat urinated on the Pine Litter Pellets, it dissolved into a wet pile of tiny pieces of Pine Litter. When the tiny pieces dried, they turned into Pine Dust!
    She immediately disposed of the Pine Litter into the garbage.
    If I hadn’t viewed this video, I would have never guessed the reason my cat was getting sick was because of the dust that the Pine Litter created! Within a few days of my changing back to a different pellet Kitty Litter, my cat stopped sneezing and was healthy again! If I hadn’t viewed that video, my cat could be very sick or dead by now!
    WHO IS TO BLAME FOR THIS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS ERROR!
    Before I accused anyone for allowing this product to be sold on Amazon, I wanted to investigate how this error might occur, and how this product could have passed through the Quality Controls of both Arm & Hammer and Amazon.
    When I poured the Pine Kitty Litter Pellets into my litter box, I don’t remember seeing any dust in the litter box. I tried pouring some more Pine Litter Pellets in an empty litter box. At first, I didn’t see any dust. But upon closer inspection, when I separated the
    Litter Pellets, under the pellets was about one third of the volume of Pine Litter was pure dust! I didn’t see this pine dust as I was pouring the pine litter into the empty litter box. The bigger Pine Pellets we’re blocking the pine dust from being seen!
    I questioned whether ARM & HAMMER was aware of the pine dust but didn’t know it was toxic? Or perhaps when ARM & HAMMER shipped the PINE KITTY LITTER PELLETS, there was no dust. The occurred during shipping of the product when their truck hit bumps on the highway? Or perhaps, there was no pine dust when the product was delivered to Amazon. That the dust actually occurred when the PINE KITTY LITTER PELLETS was stored, picked, and delivered by Amazon to the consumer? I don’t know!
    What I do know is, A PRODUCT AS DANGEROUS AS PINE KITTY LITTER PELLETS, should not be sold by Amazon or any other Company! It is an extremely toxic product when it is not handled properly. Plus, there are no warnings on the bad as to the level of the toxicity to the consumers animals.
    Amazon: I hope that you will do your best to correct this terrible situation and take the necessary steps to immediately remove this product from you offerings. Also you must somehow make the consumers who already purchased this product aware of the potentially dangerous health problems that could result, or may have already resulted because Pine Cat Litter Pellets was used as cat litter! Also, it is only fair to warn consumers who are still using your Pine Litter Pellets that they should stop using this product immediately, before their cat gets sick! Good luck with your actions to remedy this dilemma!
    Respectfully,
    Jeffrey Cohan
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    sheila m martin
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Worst purchase ever!!!
    Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
    Awful doesn’t even begin to describe this product. Nothing like the breeze pellets whatsoever!! Doesn’t mask smell. Doesn’t absorb pee. Doesn’t dehydrate poop. Desolved into the bottom of the breeze pan onto the pee pad. This pad was changed 3 days ago. The brown stuff is... See more
    Awful doesn’t even begin to describe this product. Nothing like the breeze pellets whatsoever!! Doesn’t mask smell. Doesn’t absorb pee. Doesn’t dehydrate poop. Desolved into the bottom of the breeze pan onto the pee pad. This pad was changed 3 days ago. The brown stuff is the pellets that desolved onto the pad. They are still mixed with breeze pellets too. DO NOT BUY this product!!! I was trying to save money. Sorry I tried and sorry the UPS man had to deliver it. It was heavy!
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    GK
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    It might have hurt my cat and made the place smell bad!
    Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2021
    Well, it sounds great because it’s natural and coarse, so supposed to be less mess, dust or stuck in between paws. But my cat was struggling with digging into the very big and heavy pieces of this litter. The cat ended up not covering his waste and leaving it out in the air... See more
    Well, it sounds great because it’s natural and coarse, so supposed to be less mess, dust or stuck in between paws. But my cat was struggling with digging into the very big and heavy pieces of this litter. The cat ended up not covering his waste and leaving it out in the air which made a lot of mad smell for a long time. Even if I went after the cat to cover it myself with a scooper, it would still continue smelling bad for a while due to spaces in between large litter pieces.

    I gave this litter a few weeks but had to throw away the remainder and switch back to crystals. I wouldn’t recommend it to any cats, I think, it’s too heavy for their paws to dig. I actually noticed my cat was leaking his feet a lot back when he was using it and I wasn’t sure what was happening but it might have been the litter scratching the bottoms of his paws.
    6 people found this helpful
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    Jz
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great sustainability option; but you can go cheaper.
    Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020
    Sick of smelling stinky litter and stepping on loose litter; I looked for alternatives. These wood pellets were absolutely a God sent. Does the job, low dust, and my cats didn''t take very long to get used to. Then I did a little more research and found wood pellets from... See more
    Sick of smelling stinky litter and stepping on loose litter; I looked for alternatives. These wood pellets were absolutely a God sent. Does the job, low dust, and my cats didn''t take very long to get used to. Then I did a little more research and found wood pellets from Tractors Supply Co and I never looked back. These FelinePine were $20+ per 40lbs. I could get the same amount in Tractor Supply Co for roughly $5. I live in the City so whenever I drive out of it, I usually just load up my car and slowly get through it. My girlfriend has noted that these feline pine pellet seem to last a little longer. But YMMV.
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    Jenncandela
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Its Great! Just Know What You''re Getting Into!
    Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2020
    I''ve seen so many bad reviews from people complaining that it turns to dust after too much pee is absorbed. DUH Its made out of compressed saw dust. It is still WAY cheaper than the breeze pellets, just clean your litter box often like you are supposed... See more
    I''ve seen so many bad reviews from people complaining that it turns to dust after too much pee is absorbed. DUH
    Its made out of compressed saw dust.

    It is still WAY cheaper than the breeze pellets, just clean your litter box often like you are supposed to..... as in pick up the poo, stir the pellets around so you have new ones on top. With a litter like Pretty Litter for example, you have to stir everyday to keep the smell down and make the new crystals (or whatever that''s made out of) come out on top and absorb the pee. Same concept with this, except you don''t have to do it everyday, more like every few days.
    Replace the whole litter after a week, two weeks, a month, whatever works for you and your fur friend(s)!

    We have the breeze litter box (in the bathroom) and use these pellets instead. Had a regular litter box in the kitchen with clay (normally when I wasn''t trying something new) and literally just got my second breeze system today for a complete switch! The clay and the pretty litter both started smelling horrible to me around 3 - 4 days in! this does not smell (only like wood). I have 2 kitties who do prefer the softer stuff on their feet (clay, crystals) but they still use this with no problem and my nose, pockets and time spent cleaning thank them for that!!!!
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    Nicholas
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Disintegrates upon use into a loamy mess
    Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2020
    We''ve been using the Breeze system for our cats for a few years. We have three litterboxes in a cat room downstairs, as well as a single box upstairs as a backup. We clean them every 5-7 days and it seems to work fine. Breeze pellets are extremely expensive, so we... See more
    We''ve been using the Breeze system for our cats for a few years. We have three litterboxes in a cat room downstairs, as well as a single box upstairs as a backup. We clean them every 5-7 days and it seems to work fine. Breeze pellets are extremely expensive, so we decided to try these as an alternative.

    We added 50% Breeze pellets to 50% of these pine ones. At the first cleaning we found what looked like several piles of peat moss in the boxes. Upon closer inspection, it looked like the pine pellets had disintegrated after being peed on. It''s possible the cats shredded them when trying to cover their waste, but whatever the cause, these pellets ended up in a big pile of mess.

    The piles were a bit of a pain to scoop out as, like dirt, they would sometimes crumble through the slits in the scooper. But the more serious problem was the wet chunks of this stuff that made it down through the Breeze pellets to get stuck in the slits between the pellet bowl and the pad. Over time, this would clog so badly that none of the pee would be able to make it down to the pad. When we removed the pads we found a powdery coating of this pine dirt on several areas of them as well.

    Given the mess, and the fact that I have no idea if this powdery form of the pine pellets is safe if my cat eats it or breathes the dust, we decided to go back to Breeze pellets for now.
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    Miss Campbell
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    AMAZING!
    Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
    First, I''ve used feline pine for a couple years now. The most recent one shipped to me by amazon has baking soda in it. Here''s the comparison. I love feline pine because it has a nice fresh smell, even when wet. It''s more of an outdoorsy type smell, but doesn''t smell toxic... See more
    First, I''ve used feline pine for a couple years now. The most recent one shipped to me by amazon has baking soda in it. Here''s the comparison. I love feline pine because it has a nice fresh smell, even when wet. It''s more of an outdoorsy type smell, but doesn''t smell toxic or nasty like some chemical. It breaks apart and turns into sawdust when wet, which makes it easy and great to clean. Any solids also stay right on top, even after my cat kicks litter over it, so I konw what needs to be scooped out.
    The baking soda version is an upgrade from this. I couldn''t have thought that pine litter could get any better. Coming from the 80s where cat litter was just clay dust and smelled bad all the time, feline pine is already a life saver. Then comes in the feline pine with baking soda. Mind blown. It doesn''t have that outdoorsy woody scent as much as the regular feline pine, and it masks odors even more! I seriously have had people come into my home and question why we have a cat climbing tree, because they don''t smell a cat anywhere. Now, I do scoop the litter 1 to 2 times every day, which helps. (side note, the litter genie is awesome!). But the baking soda takes it to a new level of clean smelling.
    I also love that my cat''s paws aren''t sticky or wet from being in a litter box, and the sawdust stays put in her box (which is a top entry, deep box).
    If you''re like me and love cats, but have held off getting one for years because of the smell and hassle of kitty litter, don''t give up!!! Get this kitty litter, make your life easier, and get you a kitty to snuggle!
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