Litter 116363: Breeze Tidy Cat Litter Pads 16.9 X 11.4 (8 Packs Of 4 Pads) - BUY IT NOW ONLY: $50.0 on eBay!
Developed with you and your favorite feline friends in mind, the Tidy Cats Breeze Litter Box System helps to keep your cat's litter area fresher and cleaner than ordinary kitty litter boxes. This unique and innovative kitty litter box system controls odors in your home and features a helpful pull-out tray, which utilizes a disposable cat pad that absorbs urine and helps to lock in strong urine-based odor. Instead of using traditional clay litter, this special cat litter box system uses specially designed cat-friendly litter pellets that are 99.9% dust free and have been formulated to be anti-tracking, which helps to keep the area surrounding your litter box clean and tidy. These litter pellets allow urine to seep through, meanwhile leaving the solid waste on top for quick and easy removal. The urine is quickly absorbed by an odor-controlling pad within the protective pull-out tray. Provide your precious kitties with a litter box that provides them with the comfort they need to relieve themselves, such as this special litter box system from Tidy Cats. This convenient Tidy Cats Litter Box System comes complete with 1 scoop, 1 bag of litter pellets and 4 absorbent cat pads.
Box Set-Up: 1. Snap the side-wall on the grated base. 2. Place a cat pad in the drawer of the breeze litter box. Slide the drawer into the base. 3. Fill the top portion of the breeze litter system with one package of litter pellets. Animal Behaviorists recommend multiple cat households have multiple litter boxes: one system per cat, plus one additional system. (2 cats = 3 litter systems). Easy Maintenance: 1. Scoop out solid waste and dispose of daily. Note: Litter pellets do not clump. 2. Add more litter pellets as necessary. Note: Litter pellets generally last one month. 3. Slide drawer out to replace soiled pad. Drawer can be rotated 180 degrees, without touching the pad, to extend pad life. Note: Breeze Pads generally last up to one week for a single cat.
Experiment with different types of litter(crystal versus clay for example),litter box designs(enclosed versus open or puppy pads versus walled box),and try placing the litter boxin different easily accessible locationswhile paying attention to which boxis used the most frequentlyif you keep more than one litter box available. It is a good idea to have more than one litter boxespecially if there are multiple cats in the household.Why are the puppy pads a successfor this particular population of cats? First of all they are flatand rise only about an inch off the ground,allowing arthritic or DJD catsto easily step into and out of themversus having to climb over the edgeof a typical high-sided litter box. Because the puppy pads are litter free,aversions to a particular type of litter are not an issue. The trays are easily accessibleand the disposable "diapers" can be replacedas frequently as needed allowing for a high level of cleanliness.After much trial and errorand sampling everything available for catsthat the market had to offer,she discovered a product intended for dogs. These "puppy pads" are much like a diaperthat is placed over a flat rectangular tray. These puppy versions of a litter box were placedin the corners of the living areasthat were regularly being soiled. They were an instant hit with the catsand have stood the test of time. For the entire year the puppy pads have been in usethe frequency of house soiling has been reducedby almost one hundred percent at both life care facilities.You can always go for the obvious choices like ordinary clay or clumping litter, or you can make cat sanitation a whole lot easier and odor-free by using All-Absorb Cat Litter Pads.