Best Pellet Cat Litter? Meet Our Non-Clumping Pellet Formula.

If you already use Naturally Fresh Cat Litter, you know our biodegradable walnut shell cat litter speaks to your cat kid’s DNA to bury their business in nature. And while five of our six formulas clump fast and organically neutralize odors thanks to their fine granules made from walnut shells, our Pellet formula has perks of its own. Read on to learn more about the benefits of our dust-free, non-clumping cat litter formula.

Why non-clumping litter?

Many non-clumping litters were — and still are — made from clay, which is affordable and easy to find but also heavy, dusty, and not at all eco-friendly. Many animal shelters and foster pet parents prefer non-clumping litters because they absorb large amounts of urine, do not require as much scooping, and are easy to replace. With this in mind, Naturally Fresh wanted to offer a non-clumping litter option to those that prefer this type of formula — and are also looking for an eco-friendly alternative from a cat litter company committed to sustainability.

What sets our Pellet formula apart?

Naturally Fresh’s Pellet formula is made from all-natural walnut shell, which provides organic odor control. It’s an unscented non-clumping cat litter – a perk for pet parents and cat kids who don’t like added perfumes. Some cat kids prefer our Pellet formula because they like the soft texture of the cat litter pellets on their paws. Some pet parents choose our non-clumping pellet litter for kittens in training since they’ve found it to be the best cat litter for odor control and the best low-tracking cat litter — all while remaining virtually dust- free.

Pellet Litter Formula Bonus:

While our clumping formulas organically neutralize odors better than corn cat litter, wheat cat litter, pine cat litter, and clay-based cat litter, our non-clumping pellet litter has up to 7x more odor control than other leading non-clumping litters.

Pellet litter ... it’s not just for cat kids

Can you use cat litter for ferrets? Is there a cat litter for rabbits? What if you’re pellet-training a puppy? If you’re a pet parent to cat kids and other small animals, Naturally Fresh’s Pellet formula works for all your pet children. Our kitten-safe litter is just as safe for gerbils, hamsters, and their small pet siblings. And since it’s cat litter that doesn’t stick to paws, it won’t be tracked through your home, no matter how many tiny feet scamper through it.

Pellet Pro-Tip:

If you’re new to cat litter pellets and want to know how to scoop non-clumping cat litter, just skim out the solid waste daily by gently shaking the litter box from side to side. This mixes any recently used moist litter with dry pellet litter.

Hear it from these pellet litter-loving pet parents

Considering our Pellet formula for your interspecies family? These pet parents use our pellet kitty litter thanks to its litter box odor control and versatility — and because it’s an eco-friendly cat litter.

Naturally Fresh partner @huffypuffs has a multi-pet household that includes several hedgehogs and prefers our Pellet formula because it’s a non-toxic cat litter. “I feel at ease knowing it’s not full of dust, perfumes, or anything that can destroy the digestive system should they accidentally ingest it.”

And Kittenbnb’s Jess Thoren , who frequently fosters multiple kittens, fills every pellet litter box in her home with our non-clumping formula. “The pellet version is my go-to because it keeps my apartment clean and smelling fresh!” she shares. “I love that it rarely tracks despite having many little paws running through the litter box (usually at the same time). Naturally Fresh Cat Litter is made from walnut shells, which are nontoxic. It's so important to me that it’s safe for the kittens, the environment, and myself!”

Whether you’re looking for the best ferret litter for odor control or think you and your cat kids will prefer the non-clumping version of Naturally Fresh, give our fresh and natural Pellet formula a try.

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