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Catit Litter Box Odor Reducing Cat Litter Pad, 2 count, may be a good idea if you can keep it inside the litter box. My boy kittens took it off the 1st day it was in their litter box. So, I put it on the outside, nope that didn't work either. Plus the glue that is on the double sided sticker does not. Don't waste your money.
Waste of money. Does not stay stuck. Found mixed in with litter
This is my first time using this item. I thought that it would help my kitty named Tiger litter pan smell better. I already use scented cat litter. And I ran across this item and wanted to give it a try. But it doesn't really make her litter pan smell any better. When Tiger has a bowel movement we scoop it out. When she urinated we scoop that as well. I used 2 packs at a time. And nothing happens.
I was skeptic at first but considering it is not expensive, I decided to give it a try. one litterbox is in a cabinet and the other one is a "hidden" litterbox and although I clean them both at least once a day and/or everytime they go #2, the odors creep up. I have to admit that with these pads, the odor is better controlled. I have only used them a couple of weeks so not sure how will they last but they are not expensive so not a big deal to change them frequently if they do the trick.
So far, so good. It has reduced the smell even when I haven’t changed the litter for seven days, and I have two cats. I just stuck it to the inside of the top of the dome lid of the litter box. I would definitely suggest to give it a try no matter how many cats you have.
So far I am pleased with this, I use along with litter deodorizer you sprinkle in the litter an my house smells like I don’t even have a cat!!
doesn't stick to anything... especially the litter box!