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One 7lb bag of Feline Pine Non-Clumping Cat Litter will last approximately 4 weeks.
In 1992, Feline Pine Cat Litter began as a healthy solution for cats and cat litter. The inspiration came from the lumber industry. After testing various substrates from several different types of lumber, Southern Yellow Pine was found to be great at absorbing moisture and neutralizing odors. Sold locally, one carload at a time, it was the beginning of a whole new concept in cat litter.
Feline Pine cat litter is widely available at your local pet store or supermarket.
That changed about a month ago when my wife returned from the supermarket toting a box of "Feline Pine" clumping litter, which we'd never tried before. "Since when do we use this stuff?" I asked, and her response was "Since it was on sale, and I had a coupon." (There's that unassailable wife logic again.) Thus began our Feline Pine Experience. Feline Pine Scoop Clumping Pine Cat Litter 14 LbWe carry a vast assortment of Feline Pine litter.Low Dust Feline Pine leaves no messy cloud of dust so you can pour with ease.
Feline Pine Non-Clumping Cat Litter is made from 100% Pine. Sawdust byproduct from lumber mills is collected and compressed into tiny pellets. These pellets act like tiny sponges that absorb urine and break apart into sawdust. 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. When the box is about 90% sawdust it is time to dispose of it and start with new litter. Feline Pine Cat Litter; Does it clump? Control odor? Do the cats use it? What's it like? Is it expensive? These were all the questions I had before we tried it! Here, we'll share our experience with you!Phase 1: Pour one inch of Feline Pine Non-Clumping Litter into a clean litter box. Next, pour one to two inches of your old litter brand on top. Don't mix! Your cat will do this naturally as she uses her litter. Phase 3: Make it official! This time around, use exclusively Feline Pine. Your cat should be acclimated by now, but some cats can need a little more time. So don't give up too quickly! Phase 2: Next time you change the litter box, use the same amount of Feline Pine, but less of your old litter brand. Repeat for another three to four litter changes, lessening the amount of your old litter each time. Feline Pine Non-Clumping Litter uses the odor-fighting power of 100% natural pine to give you the best natural odor control with no added fragrances. Since Feline Pine is a natural product, and because every geographical terrain is different, where we acquire our raw material can affect the coloration of the final product. Other factors can include natural floods, fires, droughts, mineral presence in soil, and other occurrences that may affect trees. Because of these natural occurrences and the fact that we do not add any harsh chemicals to our litter, there may be a variety of "shades." A common range can be anywhere between gray to a soft yellow. But after really learning about cat litter, and the connection between a cats health and his natural cat litter, I decided to try Feline Pine Cat Litter.