Fresh Step Odor Shield Febreze Freshness Clumping Cat Litter



Push in tab to tear open. Pull out tab to pour. 1. Fill your clean litter box with 3-4 inches of Fresh Step® litter. 2. Litter quickly forms a clump around liquid waste. Remove clumps and solids daily, and dispose of in trash. Do not flush. 3. Add more Fresh Step® clumping cat litter to refresh your litter box. Maintain level of litter at 3-4 inches.



Fresh Step® Odor Shield® Clumping Cat Litter With Febreze™ Freshness. New! Power of Febreze™. Eliminates odors continuously and leaves behind a fresh clean scent. Guaranteed† 10-day odor control. Pet friendly. Now! Lower dust*.

Other Description

Now! Lower dust formula! The purrfect match: The strength of Fresh Step® partnered with the power of Febreze™. Tight clumps: Clumps tight with Fresh Step® ClumpLock™ technology Locks in liquid and odor on contact to form tight clumps and make scooping easy. Guaranteed† 19-day odor control: Eliminates odors with the power of Febreze™ guaranteed†: Long-lasting 10-day odor control for even the strongest litter box odors, and leaves behind a fresh clean scent. †For complete terms and conditions, see Lower dust: Now with lower dust!*: For cleaner surfaces and clearer air, we developed our lowest dust formula. *Vs. previous formula. Pet friendly: Created by the makers of Fresh Step® with your cat's health and happiness in mind. Check locally*. *Not recycled in all communities. Fresh Step® litter cartons contain post-consumer recycled material (minimum of 30%). Sold by weight, not by volume. Contents may settle during shipping. Paw Points and Fresh Step are registered trademarks, and ClumpLock is a trademark of The Clorox Pet Products Company. Febreze is a trademark of The Procter & Gamble Company, used under license. Questions or comments? Please visit our website at or call 1-800-325-9259. ©2015.


Toxoplasmosis warning:
We would like to remind our customers, especially pregnant women and immuno suppressed persons, that cat feces can sometimes transmit a disease called toxoplasmosis. Therefore, always remember to wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. For further information, consult your doctor. Unused cat litter poses no toxoplasmosis threat.
Do not use this product as a traction aid, because product becomes slippery and slick when wet.