Multiple cats = multiple BREEZE boxes. Here's the rule: one system per cat, plus one additional system. (2 cats = 3 litter systems)
I have three cats, which means four litter boxes and lots of maintenance for me! Two of my cats are 10, and one is 5, so I was a bit worried about suddenly switching them over from litter to the pellet system in the Breeze. I started just switching one box, and within one week they had used it. Now half my litter boxes are Breeze boxes, and I love the easy maintenance of just replacing the pad every 5 days or so! I don't have to worry about scooping or litter dust, and Amazon's prices make buying Breeze replacements in bulk cheaper than buying litter.
The Breeze Kitty Litter System is a good system and withing a week of pulling out the old litter box my cats both got use to using it. The smell is nonexistent as long as you clean out the solid matter of course. You cannot smell the urine at all and the pads last a week or so, you can rotate the pad in case the cat is urinating in more than one spot. The pads are affordable and I haven't had to change the litter pellets yet, just add them when needed. I find it to be a good system and recommend it....
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I have two Breeze litter systems for my three cats. They have been great especially with eliminating odor and keeping the litter to last longer.This couple has a system for taking care of the cat. She feeds him and he cleans out the litter box. It used to be a smelly job before they discovered the Breeze Litter System from Tidy Cats.The Tidy Cats Breeze system is totally different than anything out there for cat litter. It’s based on the premise that the really yucky part about cleaning out your cat’s box is the pee. This is most definitely true, in my experience. Even with clumping, odor-free litter, it’s still a huge pain.The system consists of a specially-designed high-sided litter box, Breeze , litter scoop, and absorbent . The pellets are fairly large, so they are non-tracking. Since the pellets are non-absorbent, the urine passes through the pellets into a tray at the bottom of the litter box. You place a Breeze pad into the litter box tray to absorb the urine. Your cat’s solid waste sits on top of the Breeze pellets for easy scooping. You will need to pull out the tray in the bottom of the litter box and change the disposable Breeze pad weekly for one cat, about every three days for two cats. It is recommended that you completely change the Breeze pellets about every month. Once you have the complete system, you can purchase refill pellets in packages of three 3.7 pounds bags, and refill pads in packs containing 16 refill pads.