Ahold Companion Your Trusted Friend Natural Pine Cat Litter
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Directions for use: 1. Pour Companion natural pine cat litter into a clean litter box, covering the bottom with one inch of product. If more than one cat uses the litter box, do not add more products; simply change the litter box more often. 2. Scoop out solid waste daily. Stir the litter box to rejuvenate and redistribute the fresh pine scent. Pellets absorb liquid waste and dissolve into sawdust. 3. Shake the litter box to drop the sawdust to the bottom, and eliminate tracking. 4. Empty, clean and refill litter box when all pine pellets have dissolved. Companion natural pine cat litter can be discarded into the compost pile or used as mulch. Store in a cool, dry place. This product is filled by weight, settlement will occur. Encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box, or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains.
DescriptionCompanion® Your Trusted Friend® Natural Pine Cat Litter. Ideal for multiple cats. Dust free/no tracking. No chemical additives. Environmentally friendly. Made with 100% pure pine pellets.
Other DescriptionCompanion for a happy pet inside and Out™. Tough on odors, gentle on the environment! Companion® natural pine cat litter outperforms traditional clay and clumping litters in every way. Made from 100% pure, all natural pine pellets, Companion natural pine cat litter absorbs moisture and neutralizes odors on contact. Companion natural pine cat litter leaves the litter box with a clean, fresh scent. It is completely free of chemicals and additives, non-toxic, and safe and healthy for cats and kittens. Contents: 100% pure pine. No additives, fillers, perfumes or dyes. Companion natural pine cat litter is a natural by-product of the lumber industry. No new trees were cut to make this product. 1-877-846-9949. ©2011 Ahold Licensing, Sarl. Quality guaranteed or your money back.
WarningsWarnings/Cautions: always wash hands thoroughly after preparing or cleaning the litter box.
As with any situation involving animal waste, pregnant and nursing women and people with suppressed immune systems should exercise caution and consult with a physician before handling the litter box.
Do not flush litter down the toilet or septic tank system.
DistributorFoodhold U.S.A., LLC
Landover, MD 20785