- Natural white pine fibers absorb and neutralize ammonia and fecal odors for a clean-smelling litter box and home
- Porous fibers absorb wetness
- Pine is kiln-dried to minimize bacteria, mold and fungus on pine granules
- Advanced Bio-Enzymatic Odor Control System begins to destroy urine, feces and ammonia odors on contact to prevent them from spreading, and continues to work until odors are eliminated to provide a fresh litter box environment
- Fast-clumping to help prevent sticking to bottom of pan and ensure easy scooping
- Ultralow-dust formula
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Stephanie: more than a year ago
This litter works fairly well for my cat, but I much prefer pine pellets. This kind of pine product is more dusty, and I notice the smell more (even when clean, I don't much like the scent, whereas pellets don't seem to have much odor on their own). My cat seems OK with it, but she does track some dust on her paws, and she did better (fewer accidents) when we used pine pellets. I wouldn't call it a clumping litter - I can't pick up any clumps with a normal scoop because they just sort of fall apart. Pine pellets don't work by clumping anyway so I'm OK with that part; I just wish it weren't all dusty.
Corinne: more than a year ago
This is embarrassing, but on my original order of this litter...I can't lie - I completely hated it...especially alone and would have given it less than one star if possible.
But then because I didn't want to waste it, I put a thin layer down before pouring a more robust layer of the corn litter.
That was when I noticed something amazing!
When it's under the other litter...it actually ends up wicking the moisture extremely well...you just have to let the spot get a little drier prior to scooping, but you really do get an awesome clump w/o contaminating the surrounding litter!
Please Well.ca...don't delist this product...I'd never be able to source it again!!!
Lauren: more than a year ago
I was incredibly disappointed with this product. It smells awful (I don't notice any difference in smell when the box is clean or dirty, it just smells terrible all the time), it's EXTREMELY dusty, it doesn't clump well (the clumps fall apart when I try to scoop them up) and even the bag is of very poor quality - the reseal mechanism ripped off the very first time I opened the bag. My cat ends up leaving dusty paw prints everywhere after using the litter box, and she even got an eye infection from the dust billowing into her eye while digging. I'm not even going to finish off the bag. What a waste of money.
Kate: more than a year ago
I tried this for a cat who was reluctant to use the litter box. He loves it - no more accidents since I've started using it. It clumps substantially better than any other litter I've tried and it seems to do a better job of trapping the smell as well. The only downside is that it is very lightweight so cats who like to cover their mess vigorously will send this litter flying all over the floor near the box.