Is using compressed pine with active carbon bedding safe?

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WhyMista

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Just wondering. I knew that cedar was bad but I thought I had heard pine was ok if it was treated or had something special done to it
 

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Ok thats good to hear. Guess I'll go pick up a large bag of it this weekend along with some more hay.
 

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Are you looking at the same brand (Cozy 'n' Fresh)?

I have noticed that this litter has a little bit of a different smell than the Feline Pine. I don't know if the carbon could cause problems if it were ingested. My litter box has a built-in grate so my bunnies never come into contact with the litter. It also restricts the smell a bit, so I can't really tell if the carbon helps with odor control. Oh, and it seems to fluff up more when it's wet than the Feline Pine litter does.
 

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