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Tidy Cats Brand Breeze Cat Litter
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- One( 1) Tidy Cats Breeze Litter Box Kit (contains: 1 litter box, 1 scoop, 1 bag pellets & 4 pads)
- Odor Control Made Easy
- OUTSTANDING ODOR CONTROL : System separates urine for outstanding odor control
- CLEAN & EASY: Disposable cat pads absorbs and controls urine odor for up to one month
- ANTI-TRACKING PELLETS: Helps minimize tracking. 99.9% dust free
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Size: 1 Kit | Style: Litter Box Kit System
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|Clumping||LightWeight Clumping||Non-Clumping||Alternative (Pure Nature, Yesterday’s News)||BREEZE Litter System|
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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. 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. Transitioning Your Cat: For best results, please follow all steps: 1. Place a cat pad, soft side up, in the drawer. Slide the drawer into the base. Fill the top portion of the box with one package of litter pellets. 2. Put stool and/or urine clumps from your previous litter box onto the litter pellets in the Breeze litter box. This helps your cat understand that Breeze is her new litter box. 3. Place the Breeze litter box next to your previous litter box, and let your cat have access to both boxes. Please stop cleaning your previous litter box. 4. After 2-3 days, remove your previous litter box. Animal Behaviorists recommend multiple cat households have multiple litter boxes: one system per cat, plus one additional system. (2 cats = 3 litter systems). Dos and Don'ts: Most cats need time to adjusts to the change in their litter. During the transition, please help your cat by observing the following: Do be patient. The Breeze litter box is very different from traditional litters, and some cats may take longer than others to make the switch. Don't force your cat into the Breeze litter box. Let her explore the new box on her own. It's important that your cat chooses to use the new box on her own. forcing her into the Breeze litter box could frighten her, and she may avoid using it altogether. Do set up your new Breeze litter box right next to your previous litter box. Putting your Breeze litter box in the same location helps to minimize the change your cat is experiencing. Don't hover around the Breeze litter box. Give your cat a chance to explore it on her own. Even cats prefer a little privacy when they are doing their business! We know every cat is different. We are here to help. If you have any questions or comments, please call us toll free at 1-877-982-HELP (4357) Monday thru Friday 7am to 7pm CST. A Pet Advisor can help develop a more personalized transition plan for you and your cat(s). Or visit our web site at www.breezeforcats.com.
Top Customer Reviews
The hugest advantage to this system is the urine is separated from the 'litter' and odor is greatly reduced. The litter consist of pellets similar in shape/size to the wood-based natural litters, but they are of a hard clay, which doesn't break down with moisture, and they keep their shape. Thus, the urine drains straight down through a grid to the pad (in its own slide-out drawer), and the poo stays on top to be scooped away.
The pee will not ferment with the characteristic stench, and you don't have to deal with clumping litter which doesn't really clump, and is just plain stinky and messy to scoop up.
The proprietary 'pee' pads are kind of like a giant maxi pad, and absorb a lot of liquid. Also, the bottom side of the pad is plastic, and the pad fits into the tray in a way that the plastic is upturned to keep the tray itself dry. Maintenance consists of merely taking the drawer out to the trash, and sliding the pad out, putting in a new one, and sliding the drawer back into the bottom of the box.
The litter itself are hard pellets, which hardly get tracked, and it is 100% dustless. A pellet or two stick to paws, but are easily picked up and tossed back into the box. Scooping is easy, and if the poo is dry, you can kind of shake it around in the scoop to knock off some of the pellets, then throw it in the trash instead of wasting water with a toilet flush.
It takes mere seconds to maintain the box vs. 10 minutes of scooping and scraping soggy clumping litter which doesn't really clump, but falls apart.
When it's time to change the litter (once a month), it just pours into the trash, no scraping the soggy wet concrete of old.Read more ›
I love the Breeze because it is very easy, low maintenance, and has excellent odor control. The only negative is the maintenance cost, but I figured out the usage for my household and it's virtually the same cost as the Scoop Free system. It is not an economical system compared to scoopable litter, clay litter, or all natural litter alternatives. You are paying for convenience and the neatness. It's really mess-free and I never have to touch the pad, just dump the tray into the trash.
I'm confused by some of the poor reviews because it really is a simple system. Honestly, you'd have to be really drunk or half brain dead to screw it up. It has to be used as a complete system. It doesn't work if you try to not use the pads or take some other random cost-cutting measure. I cannot figure out how the urine pan could leak at all if you are using the pad (right side up with the green plastic side down and the absorbant white side up) and you are changing it when it becomes full. It functions like a diaper, once the absorbancy has been exhausted, that's it. You get longer life/better absorbancy if you rotate the tray since cats tend to pee in the same area of the box every time. If you have multiple cats and one box, or a large cat that pees a lot, you may need to change your pad more often, but that's specific to your cat. If you are using the box properly with any amount of common sense applied, it will not leak.
The bag of pellets is sparse, but that's because it is just supposed to let the urine pass through and give your cat a comfortable environment to allow burying.Read more ›
After a week, still on the first pad and haven't noticed any odor problems. Have 3 cats and left the silica so they are using both but they are using the breeze a lot. Adding crystals or enzyme spray to the pad might stretch it's life out even longer. They've pooped in the breeze too and I haven't noticed a smell but lots of pellets glue tight so I'm losing quite a few each time. I'm used to the silica, which is much cleaner than clay or clumping and I haven't noticed any increased odor with the breeze.
Changed the pad on the 8th day because, well really how far do you want to push it, and no sign of trouble. It was HEAVY with no sign of leakage or deterioration (I didn't really try to stress test it, but it came out of the tray and into the bag with no problem).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This made my life easir. There are so many ways to use it. You don't have to buy their own littler and pads . Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Abdul Wahab Nadeem
I like it and the cat is willing to pee in it, but she won't poop in it. So now I seem to be a two box household since I much prefer changing a pad to scooping pee clumps. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Melayla
This is a must for cat owners. No tracking, no smell, easy to scoop the poop.Published 1 day ago by Torey Noora
It would be great for keeping the area clean since the nuggets don't have dust and don't track. Unfortunately, the cats don't like it as much as we do. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Joseph Mattioni
I like the idea of this litter box - keeping the litter/pellets dry by letting the urine pass to the bottom. but i think it could be perfected. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
My cat took a long time to convert for her poo. She was reslient in moving over for urine but I let the old get really dirty and she went right outside the box. Read morePublished 1 day ago by johannar