ÖKOCAT Natural Wood Clumping Litter

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ÖKOCAT Natural Wood Clumping Litter
  • Natural Cat Litter: Our next-generation, plant-based, premium clumping cat litter is relentless at controlling odors while being exceptionally absorbent and naturally lightweight for added convenience and cleanliness
  • Exceptional Odor Control: Wood fiber naturally prevents enzymes from bonding with liquid and waste to stop the creation of ammonia and odor
  • Clumping Litter: Precision cut wood fiber absorbs liquid on contact, forming solid, easy-to-scoop clumps that make cleaning the litter box quick and easy
  • 99 percent Dust-Free: Our low-dust cat litter is made from clean wood fiber that has been screened and de-dusted for a cleaner pour and a healthier home and no dirty clay dust
  • Natural Cat Litter: Our sustainable cat litter is free of artificial fragrance, synthetic chemicals, toxic dyes, and GMOs; unlike clay, our biodegradable, compostable cat litter degrades quickly and cleanly

Specification: ÖKOCAT Natural Wood Clumping Litter

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

11 x 7.5 x 11 inches, 13.2 Pounds

Item model number


Material Feature

Biodegradable Warning

Date First Available

March 10, 2014


Healthy Pet

Country of Origin


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2 reviews for ÖKOCAT Natural Wood Clumping Litter

4.5 out of 5
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    Nikko’s person

    I reviewed this product quite awhile back and was thoroughly unhappy at the time because of tracking and scooping issues. I still object to those problems. I can’t find my old review but wanted to submit a new one.

    After several months, I can now say that I like this stuff very, very much. I’m currently switching from World’s Best and Swheat Scoop. I abandoned Arm & Hammer’s disappointing corn-base litter long ago, and I find Blue Buffalo litter a bit on the heavy side, and the odor control isn’t in the same league with this stuff.

    – Odor control. Wow. Some of the best I’ve encountered, either with natural, clay, or unnatural (e.g., silica-based). It works remarkably well w/o heavy masking scents. I have three very large cat boxes; I use World’s Best (or Swheat) in two, and Oko in the other. The first two boxes need to be scooped out at least once a day and emptied completely after 3-4 weeks. With the Oko, I confess I’ve gone as long as 4-5 days without scooping at all (while I’ve been away). After 5 days w/o scooping, the Oko smells about the same as World’s Best or Swheat after 1-2 days.

    – Dust. There isn’t any, to speak of. I notice this when vacuuming the mats under my litter boxes. No dust at all around the Oko box. I thought the other “natural” litters were good about dust, but this is the best, as far as I can tell.

    – Weight. Fantastic. I have a bad back, but the containers are light and easy to handle. Environmentally I prefer the cardboard containers to World’ Best’s plastic bags. I have an Oko subscription; both my package delivery people and I are much happier these days. Also, even heavily used Oko litter can be dumped out of the box and carried with much less trouble than other lightweight litters.

    – Quality control. I’ve had moldy batches of both World’s Best and Swheat. Also, rodents are sometimes attracted to both the corn and wheat-based products. They seem largely uninterested in wood.


    – Clumping is ok but not the tightest on the planet.

    – Texture. It’s different. With a fussy cat, I’d mix litters for a few weeks and then continue with the Oko litter. Mine don’t mind it at all; they don’t seem to prefer the other litters when given the choice between boxes.

    – Environmental issues. I simply don’t know how this compares with other option. I have personal objections to corn subsidies, and wheat is problematic on several levels. I don’t know enough about the Oko production process to evaluate its impact on the environment, sustainability, or any potential hazards to pets or humans during its creation or use.


    – Tracking, tracking, tracking. It’s not a particularly trackable litter, ironically; the problem is that whatever does track consists of large particles that are highly visible and painful to bare feet (and believe me, you don’t want the stuff anywhere near your bed). Since I’m not presently using the long-haired breed version, I find a lot of it sticking to my long-haired cat’s backside. I recently ordered a box of the long-haired version and will review it later.

    – Scooping. You may need to replace your litter scoop. The particles are too large to go through the fine scoops that normally work well w/clumping litters.

    Conclusion: I’ve tried other wood-based litters, and this is far and away the best of the lot. In terms of odor control, weight, dust, and economics, this is one of the best of ANY litters on the market. It could be better, but I’m still giving it five stars because I think it’s that much better than everything else I’ve tried.

    Oh—and alas, I did NOT receive this product free, so this really is an unbiased review.

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    With a thousand reviews, didn’t see one with info I needed & scrolled for days.
    So sharing some info on pellet litter, in case it may help you & save some time.

    Suddenly my cat is bothered by ground litter & chewing her pads.
    The winding road of pellet litter has become my quest to find one “Just Right”

    Okocat’s Mini Pellet seems to be the Best Option right now.
    While it is a pellet, reasonably controls odor & removes waste with a large slotted scooper,
    it Breaks Down and leaves ground litter, which I’m trying to avoid so, the search will continue.

    Pellet Options if your Vet said, or you prefer.
    *Yesterday’s News~ works but No. Odor. Control. At. All.
    *Feline Pine ~ My fave option but Doesn’t Clump.
    Works best by laying enough litter for a few days, scoop poo, dump & refill.
    *Tofu (Pea) ~ I only used ‘Somore’. It was expensive, and had a learning curve but it worked. Well.
    No odor. Small pellets that didn’t dig into feet but it’s disappeared.
    Looked into other brands but between Green Tea & Unscented can’t find a consensus.
    *Tidy Cat Breeze~ Tried when Feline Pine sold out in store.
    Didn’t know you needed the ‘Breeze’ System & the pellets Do Not Absorb.
    Urine runs through pellets to pads in system but in a box it’s a Pee Puddle.

    *More about Tidy Cat Breeze & Thank you Reviewers who may have Saved My cat’s Life
    Was just going to order the system as it seemed like the best long term option.
    Then I read reviews from Original Release to Recent (Warned you I Dig Deep).

    **Some Cats like to Eat the pellets. ‘Breeze’ Pellets Do Not Digest. You see where this is going?
    One reviewer had a brilliant, and cheaper, idea to use kidney beans in the system.
    But not sure if they would digest any better, and just lost a cat to cancer so, went safe route.

    And back to Okocat Mini Pellets for Long Hair Cats.
    With one cat, one box is good for a month.
    To avoid breakdown that bothers her, use 1/4 box a week & there’s minimal grit.

    You’re still going to step on pellets, and they are not so mini, but not as bad the norm.
    Also, my cat pees on the sides so have to scrape to scoop but that’s the norm with the others too.

    As of June 2021, this is The Best Pellet Option for Scooping.
    Hope this helps & you and you furry loves are All Good.

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