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Litter Made Easy
Each complete Tidy Cats Breeze Litter System provides simple odor control. Anti-tracking pellets repel urine to keep the box dry, keeping solids on top for fast scooping. Urine passes through the grated tray to the super absorbent pad below, where it’s locked away, and the removable drawer allows for no-touch pad changes. Just replace the mess-minimizing pellets monthly and the ammonia-locking pads weekly.
Start by changing just one thing—mixing up to a full bag of pellets in with your current litter.
Bring in Breeze
Once your cat is used to the pellets, set up the Breeze box next to your old litter boxes, in their original location.
Stop cleaning your cat’s old litter box so Breeze is the cleaner option, then eliminate it once she’s using only Breeze.
Do This, Not That
Be patient and don’t force your cat to adapt too quickly. Your cat will get the hang of it soon enough!
Tidy Cats is America’s #1 litter brand, and it is backed by over 70 years of litter expertise. Their history began when founder Ed Lowe invented kitty litter in 1947, and reinventing litter has been Tidy Cats’ focus ever since. Combining their litter knowledge with everything they learn from pet parents like you, they proudly keep growing their innovative portfolio of litter products in search of the best solutions.
I tried countless types of litter over the years: clay (too heavy), walnut (too much tracking), grass (too much tracking), corn (too dusty). The final straw was when my cat climbed into my bed and left clumps of litter behind - so so disgusting. I had resisted getting this litter system because of the wastefulness of the pee pads. However, after a year of my cat using this exclusively, I wouldn't trade this litter system for anything else. I find 3-4 pellets on the floor daily but they stay on the litter mat and are easy to pick-up. The litter doesn't smell, produces no dust, and is super light and convenient to change. I tried to progressively switch my cat over to this but he resisted using it until I removed his old litter box entirely. He then adopted this one with no problem. On his own, he did seem to prefer the more conventional kind. So if you have a picky cat, that might be an issue. Otherwise, I can't recommend this product highly enough.
I am not a fan of how much regular cat litter tracks everywhere, so when I finally got a cat I thought I’d try something else, I read many good reviews on this product and purchased the regular system for my cat. He pooped in the box fine all the time. I never had an issue with that or him pooping outside of the box. However, he hated peeing in this box. He is a well behaved cat, he doesn’t eat things he shouldn’t or knock things over intentionally etc. so I knew this wasn’t just a defiant act of peeing on things. But I would frequently come home to him having peed in the bathtub, on the rug in my kitchen and both of the rugs in my bathroom, he even peed on a reusable shopping bag I left on the floor once. Needless to say he seemingly would only pee in this litter box if it was freshly cleaned but once he pooped in it, would refuse to pee. Also the pellets did get on the floor and they’re not as easy to clean up as clay. This was just an issue with my cat and not the system itself but I wanted to leave a review so others can consider this before switching to these pellets. Some cats are picky and I suppose mine is a fan of clay! Regardless the system did what it was supposed to and in that regard I was satisfied. Also! The litter suggests it should be changed monthly, in my experience, about halfway through I would suggest adding another bag of pellets even half a bag. By the time I need to change them there are so few in there that I started putting two bags in there after every clean.
I just upgraded to the XL box and this new litter came with the package. We change the full box weekly and scoop poop daily, it’s always been a mess with the small breeze and regular pellets. This is a freaking game changer. There is ZERO.. I mean ZERO smell. And the litter looks brand new after weeks of it still being in there. We still do our daily cleaning and we just lift the box and replace the pee pad once a week. I just ordered a new bag of litter, I’m not sure how long this one will last, but so far WEEKS! Ah!! The other would barely last a week if we were lucky! I don’t think y’all understand how big of an impact this has on our life. Huge time and mess saver. HUGE!
I have two cats who always bury their poop but not with these pellets. They leave their poop sitting on top and won't even try to bury it for some reason. Leaves my house smelling like cat poop if I don't scoop the box twice a day. Also these pellets have a weird smell to them which makes the situation worse. Maybe this is why they won't dig in them. Between this and the leaky pads I have switched back to my old litter. Pellets didn't even survive a week in my house before I threw away. I would give zero stars if I could.
I’ve enjoyed the Breeze system for a couple of years now the pellets last for a very long time and when the box gets shy i can refill it with 1/2 of a new bag. My ch less cost than clay litter and my house doesn’t stink to high heaven of cat offerings. I have recommended this system MANY times!
I'm so glad I decided to try the Breeze litter box/pellets system when I adopted our 2 most recent cats. There is ZERO cat pee smell in my house for the first time as a cat owner of 35+ years. Since they were rescues, I had one litter box with regular clumping litter and one Breeze litter box, so they could choose which one to use at first. Then I slowly added the pellets to the regular clumping litter and eventually had 2 of the Breeze litter boxes with the pellets. My cats had no problem getting used to it. Definitely buy the largest Breeze litter box right away because as your cat grows they will need that size. I actually think they should make an even larger XL size litter box.
I use the Tidy Cat Breeze system because my 20 year old Abyssinian has typical urinary issues common to older cats. She has huge amounts of urinary output that were a mess to clean out of the typical scoopable litter. This litter does not absorb the urine, therefore it can be used for an extended time, saving money and work. Pads go with this system to soak up the urine and just be disposed. It's not perfect, but any litter that hits the floor is easy to pick up and throw back in the litter box. Never ever throw them in the toilet; always toss them in a plastic garbage bag along with the wet pads. The litter lasts a long time, but only use it with the Tidy Cat system that allows the urine to drain into a seperate section of the pan. This is specifically for cats with large urinary outputs.
The breeze litter system works well for my needs. Never any urine oder. It last a long time as dar as the litter goes. Scoop into my kitty genius and I only need to empty every week or so. Tge breeze systemn litter and absorbent pads have made taking care of my litter box chores so much easier.
The pellets really hold up well. I use a 7lb bag in each box I have and really don’t have to change them for months. They don’t really absorb the urine that passes through. Just change the pad when needed and you’re good to go for a long time!
Never any stink from this litter system, although there is an occasional pellet wandering around. The vacuum picks it right up. Miss BonBon prefers this box for urine, but both cats prefer Dr. Elsie's Precious Cat clumping litter for feces...so I just offer two litter boxes.