How to Use Pine Pellet Litter (Arm and Hammer Feline Pine)
Guest post by reader, George Ruwisch (or you can download the PDF George made here: Pine.Litter.Process)
24 hours later with two Ragdoll kittens, notice how many of the pellets have turned to sawdust. I have my nose less than 6 inches from the litter and smell absolutely NO urine odor.
Dig around and remove feces.
Push all litter to one side.
Use a standard scoop and sift small portions over trash can. This gets rid of urine sawdust.
Dump sifted litter into empty side of box.
Repeat sifting until all litter has been sifted. You may run into some missed feces during this step. When you get to the end you can scoop the rest directly into the can.
Replace used litter with clean litter (use separate scoop for this part. I keep my litter in a large dog food container for convenience.)
My blue mitted Ragdolls, Jazzy and Blue Man, at 1 year old. Breeder and person who started me on pine litter is Ms. Maria Grimm of the Purrfect Cattery.