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Tidy Cats Cat Litter, Breeze, Litter Box Kit System, 1 Kit
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- One (1) Box - Purina Tidy Cats Starter Kit Cat Litter Box
- All-in-one litter system is easy to maintain
- Absorbent litter pads for mess-free cleanup
- Filtering litter pellets separate solid waste for easy removal
- Anti-tracking litter pellets minimize messes around each litter box
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Odor Control Made Easy
Litter Box & Scoop:
System separates urine and solids for outstanding odor control.
Disposable Cat Pads:
Absorb and control urine odor for up to one week for one cat (3 days for 2 cats). Available in multiple varieties.
Help minimize tracking while dehydrating solid waste for odor control; 99.9% dust free.
Discover the Ease of BREEZE
Everything you need is in the kit: specially designed litter box, custom scoop, pellets, pads and simple set-up instructions.
Easy To Clean:
Just scoop solid waste daily and change the pad weekly for unbelievable odor control.
Toss out the old pellets monthly and pour in a new 3.5-lb bag – no measuring, no mess.
Transitioning to BREEZE is simple and easy. See below for tips!
Making Your Cats’ Transition a BREEZE
Start with the pellets. Mix a bag of pellets into your current litterbox and let your cats explore.
Then add the box. Once their curiosity about the pellets has settled, set the litter system up next to your current box.
Resist the urge to scoop. Leave the old litterbox untouched. You want to make the BREEZE box more appealing, so don’t scoop the old box at all.
Toss that old thing out! Once your cats are using BREEZE regularly, you can put that old box right in the trash.
Enjoy! Take a deep breath and delight in your new, easy clean routine—satisfaction guaranteed!
If for any reason you’re not satisfied with the BREEZE Litter System from Tidy Cats, just let us know why. Include your original receipt along with the original UPC from your BREEZE Litter System package, a brief explanation of why you were dissatisfied, and your name and address and send to the mailing address on the package.
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Change the way you think about cleaning your cat's litter box with the Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE Litter System starter kit. This system features powerful odor control to keep your house smelling fresh and clean, and the specially designed, cat-friendly litter pellets minimize the litter your pets track throughout your home. With a pass-through system, the pellets capture solid waste on top, letting urine pass through to the absorbent litter pads below. This easy-to-maintain system takes the guesswork out of changing litter while giving your cats a comfortable place to seek relief. A protective drawer holds the litter pads securely in place, keeping them away from your cats while they use the BREEZE litter box. The Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE Litter System starter kit comes with everything you need to get your cats started on this convenient and odor-controlling all-in-one cat litter system.
Size: 1 Kit | Style: Litter Box Kit System
DirectionsEasy 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). 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. 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.
Legal DisclaimerNote: We want to remind those with suppressed immune systems and pregnant women that a parasite sometimes found in cat feces can cause toxoplasmosis. Please wash hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. Please encourage your cats to use an indoor litter box or properly dispose of your cats' outdoor feces to help promote overall water quality. Please dispose of cat litter and any outdoor feces in trash. Do not flush in toilets or dispose of outdoors in gutters or drains. Used litter is not recommended for garden use.
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Top Customer Reviews
I will start out by saying that we have 7 cats in the apartment. I personally have 5 and my roommate has 2. I first bought this system on August 13, 2015 and I'm just reviewing now as I like to wait and see how products work for me after a while before I review.
I started with one system to see how it would be and kept my traditional litter box for about 4 days. My 3 kittens got big enough where it was clear that I needed another litter box but I was so, so, so, SO over the litter being tracked everywhere with the 2 adult cats and the kittens constantly in and out of it. It felt like all I was doing is sweeping up tracked litter. So, I decided to try this system to see if it helped with that issue. The reviews were excellent, so I went for it. I figured that it may be a little gross but I would return it if it didn't work for me and my cat family-luckily returning it was NEVER an issue because I love this system.
The cats were very interested and at first would only poop in the Breeze, I think because they didn't understand how to cover their pee. But the thing is that they don't have to cover their pee with the Breeze, it just goes down the grate into the pad. I was so impressed with the fact that there was NO smell and tracking is just the pellets-easy to pick up and toss back in because no matter what, cats will kick some out. I bought a tiny little dust pan at the 99 cent store to quickly pick up several at a time (and not touch them and have to wash my hands frequently) and pellets on the floor vs little granules is a HUGE improvement. Much more easy to contain and your home doesn't feel like one big litter box with litter all over the place.
After about 4 days I removed the old box and ordered by second Breeze. When my new roommate moved in we got a 3rd Breeze and it's a good amount of boxes for the 7 cats. If we did the recommended amount of Breeze boxes for 7 cats we would have about 15+ boxes and that's just NOT necessary. Of course, I work from home and can scoop out the poop consistently (I'l get to the poop situation a little later in my review).
If you have lots of cats and are away from home for long periods then you should get extra boxes-I think that the amount that they suggest is overkill but it IS a good idea to add more pellets than what they system comes with. I suggest you buy the system, see what I mean and order extra pellets sooner than later, I should have done that prior to when I really needed more, because the cats seemed happier with extra pellets and they were able to cover poop better.
I've tried many brands of litter and my old litter box was the kind with the hood and the swinging door but that didn't stop the tracking issue.
The bottom line is that the same things happen with any litter: you get tracking, and one of your hobbies is trying to contain it, because stepping in it SUCKS, having it all over your house SUCKS. Another problem: you may have a few days of a stink free litter box, but no matter how tight clumping litter can be, or how good it is at odor control-you'll get bits that fall off and after a few days you have a pee smell that will only go away when you clean the whole box out, and a few days later you'll have the same problem. But you know this.
With The Breeze System you don't have these problems.
First off, the pad that goes underneath holds A LOT of urine and it contains the urine smell almost TOO WELL. If you want a litter box that makes you forget what it's like to have a smelly pee box-this is the only solution. It will ONLY smell once it is beyond full, so try to remember to check the pad every couple of days. It's not the end of the world if it gets over full. Just put on gloves and drain into your toilet or a bathtub. It's not the funnest thing in the world but it's not THAT bad either. I think I push it by forgetting until I start to smell it, but I can't seem to get to it before it's beyond full! And I'm a bit ashamed to say that with all of these cats I'll change the pads probably every 2 weeks! But I have never had an over flow problem...I haven't pushed it THAT far. However, I do have an out-of-sight/out-of-mind issue with changing the pad, and that's just because it doesn't smell. So, having extra pee to deal with draining if you forget to change it and not smelling pee is FAR better than CONSTANTLY smelling pee (like you do now). =/
As far as the pellets go, they are like rocks. They will not disintegrate and probably last forever. The only reason you'll need more is because the pellets stick to the poop. What I do is scoop up the poop and shake it in the scooper so the loose pellets fall off so they aren't wasted.
One reviewer said that she washed the pellets after a few weeks. I have done this three times since I have had this system. What I do is dump the pellets into a the plain litter box that I used for when the kittens got to the "litter box" stage of their lives. Then I soak them in hot water in the tub for about 20 minutes, then I add Natures Miracle and let it soak some more. Then I rinse, dump them back into the Breeze box and leave outside in the sun so it can drain and dry. The pellets are like new, and smell like Natures Miracle. I'm sure you can do this same thing with any other cleaner, or none at all. The point is to get the old poop that is stuck to the pellets is removed and you have good-as-new pellets and saved money.
Now, the issue with poop is that the cats will cover it but because it's not like traditional litter, it cannot be completely covered up due to the nature of the pellets, so if your cat dumps an extra nasty, smelly pile-you will smell it, the smell WILL travel. But that can also happen with traditional litter. Like I said before, extra pellets in the box is the way to go, and helps in this regard. A good thing is that you (and your cats) will have a cleaner litter box because you will be getting rid of the poop much more frequently than you are now.
If you're interested in any "cons" here they are:
-The pellets are loud when the cats are kicking it around. If you're a light sleeper and the box is close to your bedroom (or in it) and you have an energetic cat who likes to really go to town on kicking or covering-it will probably wake you up. BUT I will also say that I am a light sleeper and at first it did startle me when they were in the bathroom, but I pretty much got used to the new noise.
-The pellets do come out of the litter box when the cats jump out. I have a couple of cats who act like their pee or poop will jump up and attack them so they jump out so they won't be killed. When my more tempered cats use the boxes; hardly any come out. To help with flying pellets I turned my box around, so the big opening faces the tub and left a couple of inches for them to walk on that side, if they choose to instead of climbing over the high part, but they can step in easily that way too. Turning the litter box will drastically reduce how many pellets fly out of the box. I would also recommend that you put something under the box (I use a throw rug from IKEA) and leave some room between the box and the wall/tub. I have my 2 boxes on one and that plus turning the boxes around really help with the amount of pellets that get on the floor. I do wish they would come up with a hood you could buy, THAT would make this system pretty much perfect.
-Kittens just LOVE to play with the rolling pellets-especially if they get in the tub. Keep your tub's drain covered so they don't fall in. Do not encourage them to play with them, and pick them up from your tub/floor quickly.
-It's a fact that at first your cats will wonder what the hell is going on with their litter, maybe they'll look at you and think, "Is this that Newspaper crap???" NOPE kitty, not even close.
They like to dig, they like to cover (the nice ones do anyway) and the pellets are very different from what they are used to. They won't like it so much at first, they will act weird when stepping in them, but they are round and won't hurt their feet. Trust me, they will get used to it. My adult cats were much less excited about the new litter, but within a few days they were on board. And I'm pretty sure that they are happier with this. How could they not be? Their litter doesn't stink, they aren't standing in old pee (and not walking all over your floors, counters, beds with urine on their feet and dirty kitty paw prints will never be seen again!!!) and their poop gets picked up because it's not buried under litter...
And even if the little brats don't like it, I DO. I LOVE IT! I will NEVER EVER, EVER go back to a traditional litter box...And since THEY don't work or PAY or CLEAN up after themselves, I GET THE FINAL VOTE!
-Trying to purchase the pellets or pads in a store is impossible, and I have NO idea why...However, I'm sure even if stores did sell them that they would be way more expensive than purchasing on Amazon anyway! So WHO CARES about this little issue??? Buy the 6 pack of pellets, buy the 2 or 4 pack of pads here on Amazon and you're good for many months. The first time I bought more it was the 6 pack of pellets and 4 pack of pads (16 pads) and it was $65 for 3 months for 7 cats and I still have a couple of pads left. Try and beat that with all of the other positives I've listed. You just won't be able to.
I'm just now purchasing my 2nd round of 6 pack pellets and this time I'm buying the 2 pack of pad (8 total pads) for $15 instead of 16 as they last a long time, but buying the 6 pack of pellets is the most economical way to go as single packs are about $10 each.
Enjoy your new Breeze System...Oh, and one last and final tip...Each system comes with a $7 coupon for another system. If you're planning on getting more than one, wait for the first one and buy your additional ones with your coupon. Amazon is the best company and have gone BEYOND in many ways to make my life easier...I called Amazon to apply the credit because when ordering as there isn't a way to add this type of coupon on your own.
First- I wish this was bigger or came in an extra large size- they still manage to overshoot the box at times.
I got the cheaper replacement pee pads and they work GREAT- ordered on Amazon. Also I tried every suggestion here- before writing this review.
The pellets with this system are hard, bulky and didn't seem very foot friendly- and expensive- but the cats were fine with them- but they wouldn't bury the poop- and the pellets stick to it- so a lot got wasted.
I tried the air pellet BB suggestion- and much more foot friendly- still stuck to poop- but seems less- even sprayed it all down and it works very well- but one cat seems to like it less- they bury it better with this- still wasted BB's cleaning box- but not bad. But now wasting plastic too. They do scatter BB's- again would be less if box was bigger. But this is a good suggestion and works well and in general not bad pricewise- I also bought these on Amazon.
The pine litter pellets are softer, way cheaper, the urine causes the pellets to dissolve and drop down thru grate- (see prior review from EEEli on Sep 08, 2015 ). Right now I have combined these pine pellets WITH the BB's I already had in there- and it may be a good long term solution- they bury the poop and seem happy with this combination. I think the pine helps with the odor of the urine in the pad. The BB's add a softer touch too.
With the two kitties- now a year old- I change the pad twice every 10 days. I tend to be home when they poop and I tend to just scoop it out when it happens-because I still can't stand the odor. I like this better than clay clumping scoop-able litter- because it doesn't get in big, gross, wet clumps that stick to the bottom. I like it better than the roll up side down box- because you need a lot of space for those. I like it better than the crystals that absorb the pee because it smells much less than that option- especially with two cats.
For the pine litter I think this is ideal!! Because the "sawdust" drops down and keeps the box tidy.
For now I will use my combo of air soft pellets and pine- and when the air soft pellets are gone, I will probably stick to just pine.
All-Absorb 20 Count Cat Litter Pads, 17.1 by 11.8-Inch11,000 BBs for Airsoft Guns 6mm .12g Seamless
But they also seem bulky and not as foot friendly as the smaller options.
I recommend the box!! If they come out with a jumbo size- I will buy that instead!