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Simply Pine Pine Pellet Cat Litter

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Simply Pine Pine Pellet Cat Litter is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing cat litter This litter doesn't track at all and is dust free.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply Pine is Simply Fabulous! If you are searching for cat litter that is affordable, truly absorbs odor, doesn't track out of the box on your pets paws, and is chemical free, I highly suggest Simply Pine! My pet immediately adjusted to the change in brands and this is the first bag that I purchased! This product, Simply Pine, truly eliminates odor without the use of chemicals. I am no longer stepping on litter getting carried outside the box via my pets paws. Also, I no longer worry about chemicals on his paws being licked off and ingested. I am also curious about the possibility about using the saw-dust in the flower garden as a form of compost. (of course not the vegetable area) I am going to contact a master gardener who can advise me of how I can accomplish using the saw dust as a new form of compost. I'm wondering if Simply Pine is a by-product of our nations west coast deforestation due to bark beetle infestation. I will keep you informed on my finding. And, I was wanting you guys to hopefully create a litter box system that would have a lift and sift system incorporated in the cat litter box for this specific product.
Date published: 2018-11-05
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Will pine pellets harm eatable plants? Can I use my left over clean litter in my garden?

Asked by: Marianlkj
Yes the leftover clean litter is completely safe to use on your garden.
Answered by: Healthy Pet
Date published: 2019-04-16

My cat is wheezy and I've read of some cats reacting negatively to pine litters as they contain plicatic acid within the resin which can irritate a cat's respiratory system. Does your litter contain this acid?

Asked by: Allikat
All of our wood pulp is dried to eliminate any volatile oil concern. We maintain long-term relationships with our wood suppliers and perform 3rd party validation testing to ensure consistent manufacturing of our wood products with lower than detectable levels of volatile organic compound content. If you have further concerns, we recommend checking with your cat's veterinarian.
Answered by: Healthy Pet
Date published: 2019-04-15

I am bringing home 12 week old kittens. Do think this will be good for them to use?

Asked by: Sandy
Hi Sandy, This is a great litter for all cats, however we do recommend our okocat super soft litter for kittens. It is finely ground and very soft on their paws. The simply pine pellet litter is made up of bigger pellets that might be uncomfortable for their paws initially, but is definitely a litter you can transition them to when they are older. Thanks
Answered by: Healthy Pet
Date published: 2018-11-12

What is company policy on donations to certified non profits

Asked by: GE Hurt
Hello we just recently launched and are growing our donation program with a focus on adoptions. You can learn more at
Answered by: Healthy Pet
Date published: 2018-10-29

You only sell a 20lb bag of this litter. If the pine pellets are light weight, why does the bag weigh so much? How many litter boxes can 1 bag fill?. I use 2 boxes for 2 cats. Also I've heard not to change litter type when cats are used to clay.

Asked by: Jane
Thanks for your questions. First, the 20 pounds measure the total weight and not volume. This bag of pine pellets may weigh 20 lbs, but a comparable amount of clay litter almost twice that for the same volume. If you are wanting a very lightweight natural litter, we recommend our super soft ökocat litter ( As for how many litter boxes it will fill, it really depends on the size of your litter boxes and how much you put in them. At about 4 lbs per box, it should fill approximately 5 boxes. Third, you can definitely change litter types even if your cats are used to clay. The best way to transition to a different litter is to do it over a period of a week to ten days by adding small amounts of the new litter to the old, until you have transitioned over completely. Please see for more information.
Answered by: Customer Care
Date published: 2018-10-08

What is the amount of phenols in your product? Can you guarantee a cat will have no toxicity symptoms if this is used?

Asked by: Kathi24
All of our wood products are heat treated or kiln dried which reduces the level of aromatic hydrocarbons significantly. The litters have a slight wood scent but it can only be smelt when brought directly up to ones nose.
Answered by: Customer Care
Date published: 2018-10-08

Are the pine pellets kiln dried to remove harmful phenols? I'm thinking of using this for my rabbbit's litter box and I read non-kiln dried pine is bad for small animals.

Asked by: Breebunny
Yes, our pine pellets are kiln dried and therefore contain a non-detectable level of volatile oils.
Answered by: Customer Care
Date published: 2019-01-19

I have the Feline Pine box which I have used for years.    I am desperately looking for a pellet litter with pellets that disintegrate into sawdust and will sift down into that bottom box.  Will your litter work in this box

Asked by: Old Cat Mom
Yes! Both of the Simply Pine products are non-clumping and will turn into sawdust that should sift into the bottom box. One is the larger pellets and the other is a cracked pellet.
Answered by: Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-13
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Simply Pine™
Pine Pellet Cat Litter, 20 lb

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Product Info

Available in 20 lb bag only.

No Tracking. No Dust. No Chemicals

All Natural

Simply Pine™ is 100% natural pine, with no chemicals or other additives, that has been formed into small pellets. These pellets are 100% biodegradable, for easy and eco-friendly disposal, unlike traditional clay litter. Simply Pine™ litter is low-dust so it's healthier for your cats and the people in your home, plus you won't get that annoying dusty cloud that comes with clay litter.

Simply Pine™ Ingredients

  • Chemicals 0g 0%
  • Silica Dust 0g 0%
  • Aluminum Silicate 0g 0%
  • Sodium Bentonite 0g 0%
  • Artificial Fragrance 0g 0%
  • Pollutants 0g 0%
  • Natural Pine 100%

3X More Absorbent than Clay

Simply Pine™ cat litter is over 3.5 times more absorbent than clay on a per-pound basis, which means you'll use less, and shop less. Better absorbency also helps eliminate litter box odor more quickly.

To prove it, we conducted a study to visually demonstrate the absorbency properties and performance advantages of Simply Pine over two leading traditional clay-based cat litter brands.

The results are remarkable! See for yourself.

Eliminates Odors

Simply Pine™ suppresses odors naturally, without masking them with artificial fragrances and perfumes. Odors are absorbed leaving the fresh scent of natural pine.



Step 1: Pour Simply Pine™ litter into a clean litter box to the depth of 2-3”.
Step 2: Scoop waste daily and refill as needed to maintain the desired depth. Base litter lasts 4-6 weeks.
Step 3: Dispose of waste in an environmentally-friendly waste bag.

Transitioning Your Cat to a New Litter

Step 1: Fill the empty litter box with 2” of Simply Pine™ and pour only 1” of your existing litter on top. Let your cat mix the litters as they are used.
Step 2: When it’s time to clean the box entirely, continue to fill with more Simply Pine™ and less of the old litter until your cat has adjusted to the change.
Step 3: When your cat is used to the new litter dispose of your old litter appropriately, or donate it to a local shelter.

Weight: 20 lb
Dimensions: 23.5 in × 14 in × 34 in