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Feline Pine Feline Pine Cat Litter

100% Pure pine cat litter naturally destroys odorsThe non-tracking formula is dust freeNo mess; leaves kitty litter box clean and dryEnvironmentally compatible chemical-free formulaSafe for kittens and post-surgical cats
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Is Feline Pine Original Cat Litter flushable?

What is the best flushable cat litter?
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I really like Nature's Miracle cat litter which is flushable and clumps but it doesn't form hard clay balls. When exposed to water, it breaks apart quickly. You do have to wash your toilet if you use it though, it can stick to the edges, but because it will not form hard balls like clay, ti will not damage your sewer or septic system like clumping clay litter. Not every Pet Co carries it though. It is also made of pine and smells very fresh and does not have added chemicals. As a bonus, it is very light weight so easy to carry & lasts a long time.

I changed to it when my cat got chronic renal failure and was having some problems endign up with a lot of litter on her little footsies and licking all the litter off, was giving her some problems with impaction: because this clumps different (as do pine and corn cob litters in general) kitties will not get impacted and it will not do the same damage to your toilet/septic system.
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Yes, Feline Pine is flushable. Just don't overload the toilet!
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h0w do I get my free wide slot scoop?

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If you are referring to the wide slot scoop for the Feline Pine Non-Clumping Litter, the offer for the free scoop is usually printed on the bag. If not you can go to their website and click on the info for the litter box near the bottom of the web page which will take you to an order form but it's not free that way. The Feline Pine website is not very user-friendly at all.
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How can I find out price of an item in a store?

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other then going to the store, your best bet it to call the store. i've had questions about items and they were happy to help. but i've noticed that they are busy and itt's easier to see for my self.
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Is this product recommended for use with miniature pigs that are litter box trained?

I am looking for a product to use in the litter box for my miniature pigs. The product I chose must be clay free.
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I would try Feline Pine Cat Litter; not the clumping kind. I don't see why it would not work with miniature pigs.
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Does anyone know how this works in the Omega Paw litter box? I am buying various litters to try that are non clay to see how they work!,

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I too have tried many types of litter and I'm not too fond of this type. I find the pellets turn into sawdust when used so it sticks to the box and just reuses the urine soaked litter.
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Has Feline Pine Changed?

I just bought a box of Feline Pine and noticed it is different than the product I've been using for years. It looks like it was pellets and then run through a grinder so it's chunkier than the light litter. I'm curious as to what's going on.
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Yes! They made it 'extra absorbent' which translates to 'instantly disintegrated' and 'needs to be replaved every three days.'

Read the new reviews to see that no one likes the new version. I hope they see this and go back to the original!!!
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Do you carry Feline Pine clumping cat litter eligible for shipping option?

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Why did you change the makeup of feline pine pellets?

the new ones don't break up but stay intact, and my cat (previously two cats) have used your product since I first found it locally. Cat is now nine years old. She is not fond of the newer product. I never understand why companies want to change a good thing unless it is to make it better. You made a mistake.
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