Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System
Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System
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Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System

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Your Complete Guide To Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System

What Is Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System?

If you own a cat, you know how important it is to have a litter box system that they are comfortable using, as cats can be extremely picky and require cleanliness. If your regular litter box does not check all of these boxes and is difficult to clean, you should consider Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System.

Why Are Clean Litter Boxes So Important for Your Cats?

Hygienic litter boxes are essential if you have a cat. Litter boxes provide your cat with a safe space to eliminate waste and keep your house clean. An unclean litter box can even give your cat several diseases, such as urinary diseases, bladder infections, kidney problems, and bacterial infections.

Many cats require cleanliness. They can refuse to urinate in a dirty litter box and can hold their urine for as long as possible. Over time, this habit of holding in urine can develop into a urinary tract infection.

Bladder infections can turn into urinary blockages and fatal kidney failure. If you do not clean up your cat's litter box, urine and faces will accumulate. This can cause a buildup of ammonia, feces bacteria, cat scratch fever, and parasites like Toxoplasma gondii.

Cat scratch fever looks like fever, body aches, and fatigue in humans. Toxoplasma gondii has been documented to be linked to an increase in suicidal thoughts and tendencies in humans. Other parasites can accumulate and infect your cat with parasitic worms. Dirty litter boxes can transmit fungal infections, salmonella, and more!

How Does Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System Help?

Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System is not just a litter box. It is an entire system designed for both you and your cat that only needs to be changed once a month for easy maintenance!

Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System uses unique specially-designed pellets that are cat-friendly and are placed over an easily disposable super-absorbent litter pad. The absorbent pad is placed over a bottom drawer to hold any waste that passes through the pad.

Breeze pellets are clean and easy to use since they are 99.9% dust-free. Breeze pellets have been specially made to repel moisture and absorb any solid waste by sticking to it. These pellets are available in unscented and scented versions to cater to all types of cats' likes and dislikes.

The pellets allow any liquid to flow down to this absorbent pad, which ensures that the litter box remains free from unpleasant odors. Neither you nor your cat will turn your nose up being around it!

How Should I Change From My Current Litter Box to the Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System?

As cats can be exceptionally fussy about their litter boxes, you must transition to Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System slowly, step by step, so that your cat does not reject it outright:

  1. Mix a whole bag of Breeze pellets with your cat's current litter.
  2. Introduce the Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System to your cat kept next to your cat's current litter box.
  3. Encourage your cat to use the new Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System. Note: You can do this easily by letting your old litter box build up with waste. Stop cleaning the old litter box as often or at all. Cats are naturally very clean creatures, and they will notice which litter box is the more hygienic option for them. Do not remove the old litter box during this step, as your cat needs to choose the new system independently.
  4. Finally, remove the old litter box when you notice that your cat has started using Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System for all their waste elimination needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
  1. My Cat Does not Like the Scent of the Disposable Pads. What Should I Do?

    The Breeze pads used in the Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System are available in three versions. You can get them in Original scent, Spring Clean scent, and Morning Fresh scent. Get all three if you are unsure of which one your cat will like.

  2. How Often Should I Change Breeze Litter Pads?

    When using Purina's Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System, you should change the super-absorbent Breeze litter pads once a week, at least. These pads keep odor away for a guaranteed seven days!

  3. Do My Cats Need Individual Litter Boxes?

    It is recommended that you keep one Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System for each cat you have, plus one extra. So if you have three cats, you should keep at least four litter boxes.

  4. How Long Does It Take for a Cat to Transition to Using a Tidy Cat Breeze Cat Litter System?

    Transition times for litter boxes differ from cat to cat. Some cats can transition quickly, while others can seem extremely reluctant to change. Do not rush your cat and take it slowly, step by step. You can contact the company to get help with transitioning.

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How do you control cat litter smell?

Controlling Opt for high-quality cat litter that is known for its odor-control properties. There are various types available, including clumping clay, crystal, pine, and recycled paper litter. Experiment with different options to find one that works best for you and your cat. Scoop the litter box at least once or twice a day to remove waste and clumps. The more frequently you clean the box, the lesser time odors have to develop. Consider investing in a self-cleaning litter box, which can automate the process. Completely change the litter and wash the litter box at least once a week. Even with regular scooping, the odor can still build up over time. Thoroughly clean the litter box with mild soap and warm water, ensuring it is completely dry before adding fresh litter. Sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda at the bottom of the litter box before adding litter. Baking soda is a natural deodorizer that can help absorb and neutralize odors. There are products specifically designed to control litter box odors. These sprays or powders can be applied to the litter or sprayed directly into the air to help eliminate unpleasant smells. Consider using litter box liners designed to trap odors and make cleaning easier. They can help contain odors and prevent them from permeating the litter box. If possible, place the litter box in a well-ventilated area. Good airflow can help disperse odors and prevent them from lingering in your home. Open a window or use a fan to improve air circulation.

How often do you change cat litter?

If you use non-clumping litter, you will need to replace the entire contents of the litter box more frequently. Every 2-3 days is a good guideline, but you may need to adjust based on your cat's usage and odor control needs. Clumping litter forms solid clumps when it comes into contact with urine, making it easier to remove. Generally, you should change the litter box and replace the litter entirely every 2-3 weeks. However, some clumping litters offer longer-lasting odor control, so you may be able to extend this interval to a month. Crystal litter is made of absorbent silica gel crystals that can trap and control moisture and odor effectively. Depending on the brand and the number of cats using the litter box, crystal litter can last anywhere from one to four weeks before requiring a complete change. Recycled paper litter is generally highly absorbent and can last longer than non-clumping clay litter. It may need to be replaced every 7-10 days, depending on usage and odor control requirements.

What happens if you don't change your cat litter?

If you don't change cat litter regularly, several issues can arise, affecting both your cat's health and the overall cleanliness of your home. Accumulated waste in the litter box can lead to strong and unpleasant odors. Cats have a sensitive sense of smell, and if the litter box becomes too dirty, they may avoid using it, leading to accidents outside the box. Cat feces and urine contain bacteria that can multiply over time. If the litter box isn't cleaned and changed regularly, it can become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria. This increases the risk of kidney, bladder, or urinary tract infections and other health issues for your cat. Also, cats naturally dig and cover their waste in the litter box. If the litter box is not changed frequently, the litter may become saturated with urine and lose its ability to absorb moisture effectively. This can result in wet, sticky litter that adheres to your cat's paws, leading to increased tracking of litter throughout your home.

Is litter safe for cats?

There are various types of cat litter available, including clay, crystal, pine, recycled paper, and more. The safety of the litter depends on the material used. Clay and crystal litters are generally considered safe for cats, but some cats may have sensitivities or allergies to specific materials. It's essential to monitor your cat for any adverse reactions when introducing a new type of litter. Some litter may produce dust or fine particles that can be inhaled by your cat. Excessive dust can irritate the respiratory system and cause discomfort. To minimize dust exposure, opt for low-dust or dust-free litter. Additionally, ensure proper ventilation in the litter box area to prevent the accumulation of dust. Cats groom themselves, and it's possible for them to ingest litter particles while cleaning their paws. While a small amount of accidental ingestion is generally not harmful, it's important to choose a litter that is non-toxic and won't cause digestive issues if ingested. Avoid using clumping clay litter with kittens or cats prone to excessive grooming, as they may ingest larger quantities of litter, which can potentially lead to intestinal blockages. Some cat litter may contain added fragrances or chemicals to mask odors. While these additives may make the litter more appealing to humans, they can be overwhelming or irritating to some cats. Unscented litters or litters with natural odor control properties are often safer choices. Cats can have individual sensitivities or allergies to certain litter materials or additives. If you notice any signs of discomfort, skin irritation, excessive scratching, or respiratory issues after switching to a new litter, it may indicate an allergic reaction. In such cases, consult with your veterinarian to identify the cause and find a suitable alternative.

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