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Giveaway: Cats Incredible™ Litter

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This giveaway is sponsored by Lucy Pet Products

When it comes to preventing litter box odors, frequent scooping is one of the best ways to do it. Since I work from home, I usually scoop practically the minute Allegra or Ruby finish doing their business. I realize that that’s not practical for everyone, but at a minimum, litter boxes should be scooped twice a day, and the entire box should be dumped out, cleaned and refilled with fresh litter once a month.Continue Reading

Review: Almost Invisible Speed Scoop

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When it comes to litter boxes, cleanliness truly is next to godliness. Cats are fastidious creatures, and being forced to use a dirty litter box is, at best, uncomfortable for them, and at worst, will cause them to eliminate outside the box. At a minimum, boxes should be scooped twice a day, and even more frequently if you’re home.

I’m a big believer in “the right tool for the right job,” especially when it comes to something you do multiple times a day.Continue Reading

Cats Incredible Litter™ Stops Litter Box Smells – Enter to Win

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This giveaway is sponsored by Lucy Pet Products

When it comes to preventing litter box odors, I believe that the most effective way to do it is to scoop frequently. I work from home, and I usually scoop practically as soon as Allegra or Ruby finish doing their business. I realize that that’s not practical for everyone, but at a minimum, litter boxes should be scooped twice a day, and the entire box should be dumped out, cleaned and refilled with fresh litter once a month.

Cats Incredible™ Litter from Lucy Pet Products has developed a new way to stop litter box odors.Continue Reading

Giveaway: SmartCat Ultimate Litter Mat

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This giveaway is sponsored by Pioneer Pet

Have you tried litter mats that are more trouble than they’re worth? You may want to give the Ultimate Litter Mat from SmartCat a try. This generously sized litter mat may just be the perfect solution for your litter problems, especially if you use a lightweight litter, which tends to track more than conventional litters. This reversible double layered mat traps litter on contact. It is made of a soft material that it feels good on sensitive kitty paws. Clean up is super easy: all you do is roll it up and dump it out.Continue Reading

Giveaway: Win a 3-Month Supply of DooKashi Litter Additive

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This giveaway is sponsored by DooKashi

DooKashi is a litter additive that is designed to eliminate litter box odors and reduce harmful pathogens at the microbial level. Made from natural ingredients (wheat bran, probiotics, blackstrap molasses and purified water,) is one of the few pet products that is non-GMO verified. DooKashi works via its key ingredient, the probiotic blend, by rendering pathogens inert. Once the pathogens are removed, the odor is gone.Continue Reading

Review: DooKashi Pet Odor Eliminator Litter Additive

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When it comes to litter boxes, the saying “cleanliness is next to godliness” most definitely applies. A dirty litter box is a common reason why cats will eliminate outside the box – and can you blame them? How would you like to use a toilet that hasn’t been flushed in days?

I am meticulous about scooping our litter boxes. Since I work from home, I usually scoop as soon as Ruby or Allegra have deposited something in the box, so litter box odors aren’t much of an issue at our house. But even if you’re not home all day, at a minimum, the litter box should be scooped twice a day.Continue Reading

Pretty Litter Can Detect Health Issues Early

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This post is sponsored by Pretty Litter

Pretty Litter is a new low-cost, lightweight litter that can detect common feline health issues early. This scoopable and flushable litter is dust-free and eco-friendly.

Pretty Litter is currently in development. They are researching advanced features to provide the most comprehensive disease detection litter product on the market. Once the product is formulated, it should include detection of urinary anomalies, toxoplasma gondii, diabetes and more.Continue Reading

Giveaway: Win 20 Pounds of SmartCat All Natural Litter

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SmartCat All Natural Cat Litter is a lightweight clumping litter made 100% from grasses grown in the USA, with no added chemicals or fragrances. It is virtually dust free to minimize respiratory problems for both the cat and the pet parent.It has a creamy, sand like texture. It quickly absorbs urine, which helps reduce tracking outside of the litter box. The odor causing components of the urine are trapped in the clumps. The litter begins dewatering the clump to minimize the biodegradation (bacterial growth) that causes odors.Continue Reading

Almost Invisible Cat Litter Solves Litter Box Problems

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When I was approached by the makers of Almost Invisible Cat Litter, I was intrigued simply by the product name. I was also interested because this product is distributed by http://www.Anti-Icky-Poo.com, the largest distributor of Anti-Icky-Poo (isn’t that a great name?!), which has been my ” go to” cleaner and odor remover for decades. I first started using Anti-Icky Poo when I managed a veterinary hospital, and believe me, we dealt with our share of icky odors and stains.

Since Allegra and Ruby have a bad track record when it comes to accepting alternative litters, I declined to review Almost Invisible Cat Litter, but I wanted to introduce you to this product.Continue Reading

Cats Against Cancer: Precious Cat Litter Wants to Leave Cancer in the Dust

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When it comes to cat litter, I have yet to find a litter I like better than Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat. This litter has been our go to litter for many years. It clumps better than any other clay litter, it has virtually no dust, and, most importantly, my cats like it. And yes, I’m well aware of the controversy around clay litter, but I’ve found that many cats don’t like the alternative litters – certainly, none of mine ever have. And no matter how much the human “in charge” may like the idea of these more environmentally friendly litters, ultimately, the cat calls the shots.Continue Reading