SheSpeaks Members gave Purina Breeze Cat Litter System 4.2 stars. Find out why and read their reviews.
I had my newly 5 month old adopted cat only 3 days before introducing him to the Breeze. I put the Breeze box (without the side wall top) next to his Cat Attract litter box just to familiarize him with the system. The next day I sprinkled a cup and half of Breeze litter on his existing Cat Attract litter, again to give him a little feel for the litter. On the 4th day I removed the old litter box. On that day he used the box with no problem. I was there to remove the fecal matter immediately because the depth of litter in this box makes burying difficult. I suggest that you have 2 consecutive free days to help remove solid waste immediately during this transition stage. My job allows me to be at home and do this almost immediately, but not everyone can. The system is great for urine entrapment with it's diaper-like filter. No odor. I live in a dry climate so it works very well with moisture being absorbed by the filter and drying out fast with probably light moisture rising through the grate upward and being absorbed through the zeolite litter. Again I repeat, no urine odor. No more clay dust or litter on the floors. This tubular litter rolls around in the box and will stay there and not between your cat's toes. On the 6th day I added the top-sided section to the litter box to catch any litter the cat might kick around. I looked at cat toilets ranging from $395.00 to this system and this is the easiest and healthiest solution for me and our cat. This is not our first cat. This litter system is worth trying. Younger cats should adapt quickly. If your cat likes the Breeze, then you'll be able to save 15% on Amazon's prices by buying through Amazon's subscription service. I like shooting the Breeze especially when it comes to litter box systems that work. Writing this review was a Breeze...okay, I'm sorry, I couldn't resist....
I was very happy with the product until I read the review where the woman said her cat died from ingesting the Breeze litter pellets. I did some research on the internet and found a couple more similiar situations. Since I have a dog that loves to eat cat poop I was very scared to use my Breeze and was ready to throw it out. Then I decided to try Feline Pine instead of the Breeze pellets. Well, I think it actually works better for odor control than the Breeze pellets did. I use the sytem the same as with the Breeze pellets, still put the pads in and everything, every night after cleaning out the poop, I take the litter scoop and I rake the Feline Pine pellets around in the box, causing the pine dust to sift thru to the pad along with the free urine that has already sifted thru. Someone else complained that the box starts to stink after a couple of months. Every 3-4 weeks I take my box outside and spray it down with a mixture of water and apple cider vinegar and I let it sit for several minutes and then wash with plain water. My box does not have any odor at all. I am very, very happy with this system now. Not only does it do an excellent job at controling odor but its more environmentally friendly this way. ...
My review on Tidy Cats litter system "Breeze"
Tidy Cats Cat Litter, Breeze, Litter Box Kit System Review
In your review of the Breeze system, you noted one of the downsides was the need to replace the litter pads frequently. There is another option. Amazon carries an alternative litter pan for the Breeze pellets called Cat-lilac. It’s a little bigger than the Breeze pan plus, instead of using pads, it has a holding tank that collects and contains the liquid waste. All you have to do is take it to your toilet once per month and pour it out. You can put your own fragrance or deodorant in the tank to eliminate odors. With this option you get all of the benefits of the Breeze Pellets with none of the disadvantages.The Breeze Litter System, Refill Pads, and Refill Pellets are the best litter system I've ever used, hands down. I've been using it for six years, ever since I brought my cat home from the humane association. He adjusted to it at once. I hardly ever find a pellet tracked into the house (from the mud room), and when I do, he is usually playing with it. I hate cleaning the litter box, and usually only scoop the feces once a week. This has not been a problem. Also, to stretch my dollars, I only change the pad every two weeks. (This might not be possible with your cat, depending on how much s/he urinates.) There has very rarely been any odor coming from the litter box.
When I first started using the litter system, I put the pad in wrong a couple times (it got scrunched up), and there was urine in the bottom of the pan, which was a mess to clean up. This hasn't happened in years, and it should never happen to you if you are careful about placing the pad correctly. The pellets last a long time, but I replace them when they become discolored. After using the litter system for five years, I replaced it with a new one, but I probably didn't have to. I just wanted to for my cat.
I would never willingly go back to using clump litter, which my previous cat tracked all over the house. The Breeze system is the best!