Fresh Air Might Be the Missing Key to Your Cat’s Health and Happiness

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Sponsored guest post by Eric Converse, VP, AirRestore*

We all learned a lot about the value of fresh outdoor air this year. After a winter and spring being cooped up inside, how many of us went outside for a walk just to clear our heads and revitalize ourselves? I know that I always feel sharper and am in a better mood even if I can only get out in the sun for a few minutes. Well, there is a scientific reason for that: fresh air is essential not only for humans, but for our furry friends, too.

Think about how your cat reacts to an open door or window. While he may be watching a bird in the tree across the yard or following cars with his eyes, it’s also the air itself that’s the attraction.

It’s different. It’s alive. It has energy!

Why is fresh air so important?

The energy from the sun continually keeps all the elements in outdoor air active and reacting with each other to break down pollutants. The air is constantly cleaning itself that way. Think about the wonderful smell of sheets fresh from an outdoor clothesline.Those active elements are reacting with the sheets, which gets rid of the chemical smells left over by detergents. The self-regulation of outdoor air is truly amazing!

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How does energized fresh air help my cat’s health?

Humans and pets alike are biologically programmed to live and interact with the outdoor environment. The active elements that exist outdoors are interacting with our skin and with our respiratory system.

Fresh air stimulates mucus and keeps respiratory systems transferring oxygen and carbon dioxide freely, preventing harmful pathogens from entering your cat’s body. It reduces the accumulation of bacteria and deactivates irritating allergens on the skin. It stimulates the production of tears to keep eyes healthy.

Energized air allows oxygen to enter the blood stream more easily. That, combined with the increased permeability of the tissues, allows blood oxygen levels to increase. Increased blood oxygen improves the immune system, energy levels, and digestion.

Even though hot spots are more common in dogs, they do occur in cats when a cat repeatedly licks or scratches at the same itchy spot. In many cases, spots like that disappear when the cat spends some time in a fresh air environment. Energized air assists in the natural cleaning of the skin and reduces skin infections by reducing the accumulation of bacteria and allergens.    

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Providing fresh air for indoor cats

This all sounds great, but most cats will live longer and safer lives when kept indoors. How do we make sure our cat is getting the fresh energized air it needs?

CritterZone provides that same natural energy found in outdoor air indoors. It is not a filter or a traditional ion generator. It does not utilize any perfumes or chemicals. It simply replicates the balance and the intensity of positive and negative charge to the high organic level in a manner better than any previous technology. CritterZone reaches the high levels of ionization that science is just beginning to recognize as necessary to create natural outdoor levels. Replication of natural levels produces natural results with no unintended surprises.

Your cat will is not the only one who will benefit, fresh air is good for your whole environment. Your indoor living space will get all the benefits of fresh air. Energized air reacts with the moisture on all indoor surfaces to create surface environments that do not allow the growth of micro-organisms. The surfaces become self-sanitizing without adding harmful materials. Everywhere the air can get to, 24 hours a day, surfaces stay clean.

The CritterZone will also go to work on odors in the same way that it goes to work on any other pollutants in the home. It eliminates litter box odors to the point that you may wonder whether your cat has even used the litter box!

Is anyone in your home allergic to cats?  The fresh energized air environment not only reduces the amount of cat dander produced by your cat, it will also make a person’s body less receptive to whatever dander exists.

For more information about CritterZone, please visit https://www.critterzoneusa.com/

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5 Comments on Fresh Air Might Be the Missing Key to Your Cat’s Health and Happiness

  1. SHARON L BIVINS MD
    October 4, 2020 at 1:26 am (3 weeks ago)

    CritterZone is an oxygen ionizer, and it produces ozone. The company’s vague, convoluted explanation about how it works is an attempt to hide the facts. I have had previous experience with this product and this company and I can tell you that the product is pretty rinky-dink and their customer service is terrible.

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    • Eric Converse
      October 5, 2020 at 12:59 pm (3 weeks ago)

      Good morning Dr. Bivins and thank you for your feedback!
      We understand that the terminology is a little new. That’s because the technology is still new. Ozone generators and ionizers have been around forever but that’s not what CritterZone does. The purpose of this machine is to improve on those concepts by replicating outdoor air.
      It sounds like you may have had one of the earliest versions of the product – there have been great improvements since then and we would be glad to arrange an exchange so that you can experience it yourself. You can email me directly at eric@critterzoneusa.com.

      Hope to hear from you and until then, have a wonderful day!

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  2. jane salzano
    October 1, 2020 at 7:12 am (4 weeks ago)

    I don’t feel that promoting this and machine is really helpful. If you are concerned with outside air being beneficial to cats how about considering a catio?Everyone is jumping on the bandwagon to sell a product this year and quality healthful. Maybe you could talk about Catios and help people to understand what they are like even apartments can have them if they have a balcony or a patio

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    • Ingrid
      October 1, 2020 at 10:01 am (4 weeks ago)

      I have promoted patios in the past and will continue to do so, but they’re not always practical for everyone.

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  3. Janine
    October 1, 2020 at 6:56 am (4 weeks ago)

    This might help us all in the house. I haven’t been outside much this year.

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