First off, no one is paying me to write this article. The people at Tidy Cats do not even know who I am, although I may shoot them off a tweet once this post goes up so they know how much I appreciate the Breeze Litter System. What makes this litter so special though? Well, it isn't a bunch of tiny grainy pieces of clay that clump-up when you cat pees or takes a dump. No, these are large
pellets. These big pellets stick to the cat poop and are easy to scoop, which I love. Plus, as they are pretty large you don't have to worry about tiny pieces of litter getting spread around the room by your cat--these don't stick to paws or anything. The worst thing that can happen is some pellets get kicked-out of the box and you sweep the handful of them up with a broom. I will share the disclaimer that these can hurt when you step on them barefoot, but other than that these pellets are immensely superior to litter.
The other concern you may express is how exactly you will get your cat to use this litter system. Well, the website I linked to above offers tips, and basically it is just about slowly introducing the new method. You have the old box and this new one, then you put some litter from the old box with the pellets, after that you remove the old box, and so forth. After a couple of days the two cats my wife and I have took to the Breeze litter box with gusto, so I can say first-hand it isn't too hard to acclimate your kitty to the Breeze system.
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