Breeze for cats?

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  1. Jay H

    Jay H Producer

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    Does any cat owner use this and any experience?

    Breeze for cats

    It's a tidy cat things and sounds interesting, just wondering if anybody has tried it. I've heard a couple of things on the forums at the website that the pellets don't last a month and it seems hard to find the refills locally in some places but just wondering about the effectiveness. I know my cats scatter and track liter all over the place.... However, my cats don't seem to have any quams if I move the litter box or change brands, they don't care if I change foods or anything, I've got very non-picky cats!

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    That looks like a system whose main purpose is to sell and sell consumables. A pad for urine? Not good enough for pee, in my opinion. Their point that poop and pee aren't kept separate doesn't hold water[​IMG] When a cat pees in clumping litter a hard ball of litter is formed and I have found it doesn't mix in with the poop. Scoop the box and the pee (and poop) are gone.

    I'll stick with clumping litter.
     
  3. Dave Gorman

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    I got one for free for filling out an online survey. In the month I've had it out, they've peed in it a couple times, but no poo. I think the pellets are too large and heavy for them to think it's something to poo in.
     
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    I'm not sure if the pellets are supposed to clump or not. If not, then wouldn't that make the poo stink? That's one of the comments/questions I read on the actual forum at the website I posted.

    the pee sheet is supposed to be changed once a week and from what I've read, everybody seems to like the pee thing.

    Comments from the pellets stick to the poo which makes the pellets not last a month as Tidy Cats claims to cats eating the pellets to cats not using it to poo as Dave mentions.

    I have a $5 coupon for one, so just pondering.

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