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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-18-2015, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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Changing litter question

So I've been reading up on these forums about feline pine changing the formula for their pellets, and thinking I should probably just switch to other brands of pine pellets.

The question I have is can I just dump my last supply of feline pine and put in the new pine pellets or should I do this slowly overtime, by mixing in more and more of the new pellets with the feline pine pellets.

Has anyone used

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-18-2015, 02:10 PM
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looks like the Equine Pine I use. Which is pellet bedding. I get mine at Tractor Supply for around $5-$6 for 40lbs.

I personally think that most cats would go from one pellet to another easy enough. But it doesn't hurt to keep your old stuff and mix/sprinkle on top of the new stuff.

Edit looked it up: it is exactly like the one I use. probably just bagged under a different name.

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^^^^ Dittos what BotanyBlack said. I buy the horse bedding and it is EXACTLY the same stuff as Feline Pine. We sometimes get bags of Feline Pine donated at our shelter and I have not noticed a difference between that and the horse bedding I buy for $5.99/ 40 pound bag. Any feed and seed store like Tractor Supply will carry equine bedding.

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