Choosing the best litter for your cat, you, and the planet is easy with Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Cat Litter.
Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Cat Litter features instant clumping, superior odor control, and is 4 times more absorbent than the leading clay litters. The secret is the sustainably produced, USA sourced, 100% pine cobble. Pine cobble is finely shredded pine wood that is treated with high heat that maximizes the litter's absorbency, but limits its amount of dust and potential allergens. The result is a soft, absorbent surface that your cat will naturally be drawn to, which leads to easier transition and a nearly 100% acceptance rate.
Pine Cobble Clumping vs. Traditional Clay Clumping
Pine cobble clumps differently than traditional clay litter. Traditional clay litter clumps from the top down, creating a hard surface clump that leads not only to greater odor, but can lead to litter box aversion, the top reason cats are surrendered to shelters. Pine cobble absorbs quickly from the bottom up, trapping urine and possible ammonia release underneath the surface. This abosrbancy also works to dehydrate solid waste, reducing immediate and long term odors.
Pound for pound, pine cobble litter will absorb four times the urine volume than clay. This not only means that you will use more clay litter than our clumping pine, but since the substrate is so much more absorbent, the clumps from a single cat box will typically be multiple pea size clumps rather than one large clump. This removes the hazards associated with clump consumption by puppies or kids. Multiple cat use boxes will typically form larger clumps that will be "urine soaked" for easy removal. Remember though, pine cobble clumping litter is not designed for aggressive sifting.
Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Cat Litter has undergone years of testing so we could find the ideal litter for your cat. This litter is perfect for single & multi-cat households because of its super absorbency and amazing odor control; plus it's flushable and biodegradable. The pine cobble is allergy friendly because it's not made with any corn, soy, or wheat; this means you don't have to worry while your cat is in the box, or grooming well afterward. And since it's low dust, you know that it will be safe for your cat's respiratory system, and a clean choice for your home.
Our pine cobble litter is environmentally friendly. It's made from sustainably harvested, renewable pine, and it's a USDA Certified Biobased Product, which meets the government standards to "contribute to reducing adverse environmental and health impacts."
Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Cat Litter
- Instant clumping for easy pick-up
- Works perfect for single or multi-cat households
- Superior odor control & free of fragrances, chemicals, & silica
- Low dust & super absorbent
- 100% biodegradable, eco-friendly, & flushable
- Sustainably sourced & produced in the USA
Say good-bye to litter box issues and say hello to your cat's favorite litter with Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Cat Litter.
Available in an 11 lb single bag, a 2 pack of 11 lb bags, or a 4 pack of 11 lb bags.
Country of Origin: USA
Manufacturer: Only Natural Pet
Ingredients - 100% Pine*
*All the 100% natural clumping pine used in this bag was sourced from sustainable forestry management certified sawmills or timber from sustainable forestry management projects.
Directions for Use
To get started, mix 1/3 Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble with your current litter so that your cat can adjust to the change. Once your cat is comfortable with the adjustment, go to 2/3 Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble with 1/3 your current litter. Continue reducing the amount of old litter included until your cat fully accepts the pine cobble litter.
After full transition, place 2-3 inches of Only Natural Pet Pine Cobble Litter in a clean litter box. After your cat has used the litter box, remove any clumps and solids. For best results, clean daily, always maintaining 2-3 inches of litter in the box. Add fresh litter as needed.
Biodegradable & Flushable
For overall water quality and wildlife safety, some states consider litter flushing to be illegal. Be sure to consult the laws of your state.