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Wood Pellets/Chips wood pellets

lolla

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Hi everyone again .)

I know that there ara lots of subject about wood pellets but i'm really sorry to have wasted your time.
I'm not sure without asking you.

I'm thinking of using these wood pellets as litter in Muffin litter box.

42375 jrs cats best nature gold katzenstreu 09 2011 9

the link of manufacturer:

http://www.jrs.de/Catsbest_deutsch/

what would you think about this product?

thank you again
 

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It looks fine to me, but make sure it's 100% wood pellets with nothing else added. And if it's pine, make sure it's kiln dried. Other than those questions, it's fine!
 

lolla

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It looks fine to me, but make sure it's 100% wood pellets with nothing else added. And if it's pine, make sure it's kiln dried. Other than those questions, it's fine!
thank you so much Artista.Yep iM sure it's wood pellets without extra stuff.thanksss
 

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I use wood pellets, and love them. I had Google translate that page, but I can't tell whether or not these are made of pine and/or whether they've been kiln dried. If they have a strong pine odor, they're not suitable for guinea pigs. The phenols that carry the odor can cause lung, liver, and skin damage in GPs. But if you don't get the pine smell, they'll be fine.
 

lolla

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I use wood pellets, and love them. I had Google translate that page, but I can't tell whether or not these are made of pine and/or whether they've been kiln dried. If they have a strong pine odor, they're not suitable for guinea pigs. The phenols that carry the odor can cause lung, liver, and skin damage in GPs. But if you don't get the pine smell, they'll be fine.

Yes, iM sure it's %100 wood. No pine odor or any interesting wood odor.
exactly kiln dried.

and thank you so much your kind and helpful answer .)
 
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