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Feline Pine Clumping?

post #1 of 10
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Has anyone here used the clumping feline pine? If so, how do you like it? What do you not like about it? I haven't seen it in the grocery store, only the regular feline pine litter, so I was also wondering if they might sell it at Petsmart or Petco because I'm interested in trying it to see if I like it better than regular Feline Pine. Thanks!
post #2 of 10
i tried the feline pine clumping and i loved it! ...but, blue did not!! i loved that it was not stinky and dusty. but, i didn't like that it tracked really far from the litter. i would suggest that if you use it you should put a mat under the litter box (if you don't already have one). i hope that your kitty likes it better than mine did...well, frodo didn't mind it one way or the other...blue is the picky-pants!

good luck
post #3 of 10
love it but with four it is too$$$$$
post #4 of 10
It was great! I loved everything about it except for the fact that it tracks all over the place. I'm really super lazy about my vacuuming and was finding it on my furniture, in my bed...everywhere.

Starting to use feline fresh (slightly more granule shape) today....I hope it does the trick
post #5 of 10
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I ended up buying The Worlds Best Cat Litter today at the pet store. It was more expensive than Feline Pine, but it should clump up. I couldn't stand everytime when Zelda urinated the feline pine turned into sawdust. I guess I don't have the right type of litterbox for it so this stuff should hopefully work better for me.
post #6 of 10
I certainly have no experience with cats, unless you call 4 days with one "experience," but we picked up a bag Feline Pine on the way home from the shelter last Saturday -- along with about $80 worth of other cat things as well.

It's super absorbent and you don't smell any cat waste at all -- just a pine scent. My problem with it is that when you clean the litter box with a scoop you end up not only taking the cat's waste but also a lot of the litter too.
post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Traveler5 View Post
I certainly have no experience with cats, unless you call 4 days with one "experience," but we picked up a bag Feline Pine on the way home from the shelter last Saturday -- along with about $80 worth of other cat things as well.

It's super absorbent and you don't smell any cat waste at all -- just a pine scent. My problem with it is that when you clean the litter box with a scoop you end up not only taking the cat's waste but also a lot of the litter too.
I used to use Feline Pine and had that issue. [Switched to World's Best.] Are you using the clumping kind or just the regular? They do make sifting boxes for that type of litter, in which there is a slotted insert. You lift and shake the insert and dump the bad stuff that is left in the box. Or I would just dump the whole thing in a trash bag, and then scoop the good litter back into the box. Took a little longer but worked just fine.
post #8 of 10
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That was my problem. I didn't want to buy another kind of litterbox when I already have one so when I went to Petsmart today I just decided to go with World's Best instead. It looks like it will last me longer especially since I bought the huge bag of it for $30.
post #9 of 10
FP Scoopable is not nice to white kitty paws. Seeing as I have 2 solid white cats & several with white feet....I had brown pawed kitties. I mix it in with Swheat Scoop some with success.
post #10 of 10
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I'm glad I didn't go with FP scoopable then. My cat has 4 white socks!
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