Friday, March 28, 2014

Replace Your Litter, Not Your Cat #PreciousCat Giveaway


In January, I had an innerview with Dr. Elsey, founder of Cat Attract Litter, on my Talk Show blog post. It was an honor to have someone with his knowledge about litter and the reasons cats don't use the litter box talk to my furrends. Since that time, I’ve been given the chance to try the Cat Attract litter in my brand new trés chic litter boxes (which you’ll see throughout this blog) and one of you will too at the end of this post. While I’m good about using the litter box now,  I may become old and incontinent like TW. Oh wait, TW is incompetent. I always confuse the two words. Let’s see how good of a salescat I am. I may joke about this but having a cat spraying in your house is no laughing matter.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Precious Cat on behalf of the BlogPaws Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Precious Cat's Cat Attract formula, but Stunning Keisha only shares information I feel is relevant to my readers. Precious Cat is not responsible for the content of this article.

One of the things I learned from the innerview—much to my dismay—is that not using the litter box properly is one of the main reasons cats are brought back to shelters. Can this be true? Yes, some cats who soil outside the box can be sentenced to death by shelter. Both my Aunt Karen and Aunt Pauline have cats with litter box issues and they wouldn’t dream of putting their cats in a shelter because of this. Sadly, they are in the minority. Humans must be trained to replace their brand of litter and not their cats.


The graphic above shows some other facts I’ve leaned from Dr. Elsey. We practice all of them in the condo. I have two brand new litter boxes. They get scooped twice a day. I eat mostly canned food. I’d like to emphasize one fact in particular on this list. Some of my blogging furrends come down with chronic urinary tract infections. That has never been a problem here because TW uses a soapy mixture of dish detergent and water to clean my boxes. During a #BlogpawsChat on Twitter, I axed the Precious Cat representative what he recommended and he confirmed what we already knew. If you replace, clean and scoop regularly, you shouldn’t have to use bleach or other harsh cleansers that might irritate your cat’s nether region to keep their litter boxes odor free.

But, CK, what can I do? I’ve followed Dr. Elsey’s recipe and my cats still aren’t using the litter box. I need a solution now or they are going out the door!

I’m just pondering why Attract Cat isn’t in this box also.
I hate to tell you, but it may be the litter you use. It could hurt your cat’s feet or bother his or her sensitive nose. This litter’s cat-friendly fine sand-like texture isn’t its only selling point. Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract brings cats back to the litter box by smell. Much to our relief, it doesn’t have a strong perfume smell like some of the other odor-control litters TW has bought. Cat Attract contains no chemicals or deodorant. Natural Chlorophyll controls odor and doesn’t make your house smell like a French cat house. It’s patent-pending formula combines natural, non-toxic herbs that we cats are attracted to. Aunt Karen knows that her Fluffbomb is more likely to use the litter box when it’s filled with Cat Attract.

We tried it and we liked it. Our introduction to Cat Attract litter at the condo started with a bag that ripped in transit, resulting in a floor full of litter. TW quickly swept up the mess and deposited it in the litter box so this Cat wouldn’t be attracted to the hardwood floor! MOL!

Once the Cat Attract litter was in my new blue litter box, we both liked it very much. As noted above, there was no perfume smell to bother our asthma and it doesn’t seem to track as much as other litters we’ve used. When we try a new litter, TW puts the new litter in only one of my boxes to compare. TW was surprised that the box with the Cat Attract had virtually no litter on the mat outside, compared with the other box. The box she put the Cat Attract in used to be the main box for my poos. (Yeah, sometimes I segregate my pees and poos.) Now I'm doing both in that box. She’s noticed after a couple of weeks of using the Cat Attract that I hardly ever use the other box anymore. She’s smart so she’s gonna start using it in both boxes.

As we’ve witnessed, Cat Attract is virtually dust-free and clumps hard, which means it doesn’t break up when you try to scoop it. Doncha just hate it when a good size pee clump breaks apart and you have to try to scoop up all the little pieces? What you may not know is that these pieces are where bacteria that causes litter box odors grow. I don’t have a mechanical or sifting litter box but Cat Attract is perfect if you have one. Have I sold you yet? Cat Attract litter is available in 20- or 40-lb bags.

You’re invited to get social with Cat Attract. On their Website, on Facebook and on Twitter.


I’ve got to ax and I know you’ll tell me the truth. Wasn’t I a great salescat? If you’ve read down this far, it means you didn’t slam the door in my face.

35 comments:

  1. This sounds like something we might like to try.
    You're a great salescat, CK. You should feel honored, because our MOmmy is a hard sell. MOL!

    Have a happy Friday!
    >>smoochies<<

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  2. Yep, you sure are a terrific salescat, CK! Awesome post! Sounds like a great litter.

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  3. You right, CK - humans need to be trained about litter box issues! It's not us kitties who have it wrong, but them!

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  4. We agree with Sparkle. Humans need some training too CK. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. I havent found a good litter yet that we like, and I'd like to try cat attract

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  6. Great post, CK!
    We're really impressed with this litter!
    : )

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  7. Mum is always on the lookout for better litter. We would love to try this one.
    William

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  8. Thank you Cousin for a very good report on Cat Attract Litter. As always, good information too. I really do like the litter and use my box much more often when my meowmie uses it. I love your blue litter box. That is a different pattern than mine. XOXO, Fluffbomb

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  9. I want to see if it is really dust free and can stop Molly Mew from tracking litter everywhere. PLUS to see if it can stop the Molly Pews. For such a little kitten she sure has a big stink. BOL!

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  10. PAWsome tips and a great giveaway as well. I wish good luck to all who enters!!!
    Have a great weekend CK!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  11. It's worked for us here! That stuff's da bomb! - Crepes.

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  12. We recently tried the regular Precious Cat litter for the first time and love it!

    You are a wonderful spokescat, CK!

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  13. I love this litter. It is a little pricey but worth it.

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  14. Great message about replacing litters and not kitties. And great giveaway!

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  15. We wishes we lives in the US 'cuz we'd like to try this litter. Well, actually mom would like us to try this litter, MOL

    Great post!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  16. There are 5 Farm cats CK. That means a LOT of litter so that is why I would like to try it.

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  17. I've said it before on my blog: this is a great litter! Wow, Cat Attract!
    No dust, zaps "odors", clumps nicely, doesn't track....
    I only wish mommy could afford it more often!
    By the way, if anyone has the unfortune to have a declawed kitty, this stuff is really comfy on the paws! I can personally say that's true!!

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  18. Hoky Cat! Ck you can read my mind!! I was just telling Mom to ask on the CWB Group if someone could recommend a litter that doesn't have DUST! Sometimes Sage comes out of the litter box looking like ME! GRAY!! I cannot have her being mistaken for ME. And you are right, my pee clumps are large and when they break up...lots of words from Mom and Dad. I am sending Momster out right now to buy a bag or two for us to try. ANd I am entering your contest for sure!!

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  19. ck...thiz bee a grate ree views...best fishes ta everee one who enters thiz awesum contest....N yes....after pee in a crescent moon, itz a total bummer when it's scooped, N it endz up lookin like a busted in two crescent moon which ther iz like noe such thing
    hope ewe enjoyz de week oh end N heerz ta platez oh perch ♥

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  20. Hey you stunning kitty you! Thought I would pop back over to say thank for linking up to the pet parade!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  21. You are GREAT sales purr! You explained all about the litter clearly and in much detail, but never in a boring fashion. And you DO have cool litterboxes!

    We entered the contest!

    Have a great weekend ya'll!

    Purrz!
    Selina & MomKatt

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  22. That was a wonderful review CK and you talked us right into giving it a try!

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  23. We use this brand and it has helped TREMENDOUSLY with the out-of-box experiences!

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  24. We don't have any cats who have problems using the box, but I do get tired of dusty litter and litter that breaks apart when scooping. This is the second review we've read about Cat Attract litter, and it sounds great. Thanks for the review, CK - you are a GREAT sales cat :)

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  25. You are a good sales cat CK. I'm sold and signed up for the chance to win.

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  26. Wow! Great giveaway!
    Have fun!
    ❀Siamese Smothers and Tuxie Tickles❀Happiness is Siamese!

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  27. We use Dr. Eisley's litter often, but boy, are those 40-lb bags heavy! Of course, the cats could care less how heavy it is. It's always the most popular litter box. Thanks for this opportunity!

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  28. We use Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat litter and we love it!

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  29. Glad you don't have problems using the litter box, but nice to get to try a fancy brand. So sad about those kitty's who's people are not trained and send their cats away. so very sad. Hope some of them read your post & learn something! ~Rascal and Rocco

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  30. You are a purrfect sales cat , CK !!
    A swedish cat behavorist called Susanne Hellman Holmström is saying the same thing´s as Dr.Elsey´s the only different is the language and the litter brand :)

    XOXO

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  31. Two of my four cats aren't good with the litter box; one refuses to do #1, while the other refuses to do #2, in the box.

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  32. I'd like to try it because one of my kitties doesn't always tee tee in the litter box.

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  33. Mommy likes the Cat Attract additive that we can sprinkle in our regular litter, but she has also been wanting to try this. Hope we win! XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  34. Looks like I missed the contest. It is a shame that cats are brought to shelters for an issue that can be solved by some minor changes. I would only say that if your cat is having issues using the litter box than cleaning it several times a day becomes imperative.

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