Monday, March 7, 2016

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

Once upon a time, an invitation was sent to all the households where cats and kittens were living. It invited them to a most fabulous #CatTeaPotty hosted by the stunning Geisha Keisha. Let's look in on them.

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the  #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

This post is sponsored by Weruva® and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help create awareness about the launch of Weruva’s new It’s a Tea Potty Cat Litter but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Weruva is not responsible for the content of this article.

Geisha Keisha: Thanks for coming. There's no such thing as free lunch so let me explain why I invited you today. Grab some noms and green nip tea and chillax. Responsible Pet Ownership Month has just ended and what better way to be responsible than to look closer at the litter you use in kitty's box. Litter box issues are one of the top reasons people surrender cats to the shelter. Humans don't realize they may be at fault for not having enough boxes, having boxes that are too small, not scooping the boxes every day or they may have the boxes placed in high-traffic areas or areas where kitty can't locate them easily. If you do all of the above,you should ax yourself if perhaps kitty isn't down with the type of litter you use. Some people use litter they find pleasing but kitty doesn't. During today's #CatTeaPotty, I'm stumping for a revolutionary new natural cat litter from Weruva® you and your human will both love.

You may have heard of Weruva cat food cos that's the brand I eat and I mention it quite a bit on these pages. They've had my vote for years. The brand started creating the highest standard possible cat food for their three rescue kittehs—WEbster, RUdi, and VAnessa—whom they named the company after. They applied the same passion to create the best cat litter for their cats—Hinoki Wood and Green Tea based.

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the  #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

One of the most popular discussion topics in Facebook cat forums is the litter box. What kind of litter do you use? Most are looking for a good alternative to clay litter. We’ve tried quite a few of the alternatives and haven’t found one that gets a satisfactory approval rating from your's truly. We were most dissatisfied with the way they clumped—or more accurately, didn’t clump. Then we tried Weruva's All-Natural Hinoki Wood & Green Tea Cat Litter. *Can I get you another cup of tea?*

It's made with Hinoki Wood (part of the Cypress family) and Green Tea, two responsibly sourced and sustainable materials. TW loves it’s natural green tea aroma. She loves her some green tea but she better not start eating my litter. Hinoki Wood and Green Tea work together to naturally suppress the growth of bacteria and odor in your litter box. There’s no perfume, air fresheners, toxic detergents or artificial scents to harm The Cat. It’s also clay and grain free.

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the  #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

In this election year, we've read promises from all kinds of litters. When we received the new Weruva litter, TW decided to transition me slowly to see if it lived up to those promises. She sprinkled a layer on top of my old litter. The little beige pellets don’t look anything like any other litter I’ve ever used. TW says they remind her of Grape Nuts cereal. Being so big, they don't tend to migrate out of the box except when she scoops sloppily and knocks them out.

Within the first few hours after the new litter was innerduced, I test drove it. I guess you could say I joined the Potty. From the fact that the top layer of litter was intact, TW guesses I got in and out rather quickly after I did my widdle. I’ve used it consistently to urinate. I’m not one to experiment with new stuff so TW was impressed that this new litter meets my rigid standards. It's been over a month and I still haven't pooped in it—that's what my other box is for—so we can't rate the odor control. TW says every time she opens the lid to clean the pees, all she smells is the green tea aroma. I can tell you it's not dusty, it doesn't track and I haven't heard any complaints about its clumpability from my peeps who are complainers by nature.

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the  #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

The new Weruva litter comes in two sizes. Weruva says the 6.7-lb bag should last anywhere from a month to 10 days depending if you have one, two or three or more cats and the 11.7-lb bag, 50 to 17 days. They recommend putting 2-4 inches of litter in the box. TW puts lotsa litter in the box and I appreciate it since I love to dig.

There you have it. Weruva scores high with all the litter issues of the day: clumping, odor, tracking and dust. That's why Geisha Keisha is excited to endorse Weruva cat litter made from Hinoki wood and green tea. Isn't it time you endorsed it too?

The potty, er, party doesn't stop here. Show your support by getting social with Weruva  on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and purchase the litter here.

There's a New Revolution in Cat Litter! Join the  #CatTeaPotty! #sponsored

When the #CatTeaPotty was over and the bags of Weruva cat litter were distributed, every cat pooped and peed happily ever after. The End.

This post is sponsored by Weruva and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness around Weruva's brand new natural cat litter, but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Weruva is not responsible for the content of this article.

25 comments:

  1. I love the fact that this litter is natural. My human wants to check it out (for US, not her - I knew that wouldn't sound right).

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  2. I love the scent of hinoki wood. If we get this kitty litter, I might enjoy more than my boys :-)

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  3. I will get Mom L to take a look. BTW your images of Geisha Keisha are simply stunning. TW is very very creative and skilled using PS; just sayin'

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  4. Hmmmm...we've never liked litters that are made from stuff like wood or paper or corn. We'll give this litter a look but we may not be joining the #potty.

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  5. You sure know how to throw a potty, CK! This litter sounds quite promising, and I love the green tea aspect of it. Purrs!

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  6. We hadn't heard of that CK, thanks for telling us!

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  7. CK...we will ask de food servizz gurl if we can join de potty.....cuzinz boom & daiz R prette set in ther wayz... but me, tuna...mite bee willin ta give it a go....noe pun inn tended ~~~~~ ♥♥♥

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  8. Sounds pretty good, but the one question I have to ask about trying new litter is, what happens if my dogs eat it? Because every once in awhile, they manage to get into a litter box and enjoy the "snacks" my cats leave. So any litter I use has to be nonharmful if my dogs snarf it down.
    —Purrs (and wags) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  9. That does sound like a nice litter, but I have to be truthful and tell you I like the earth in the greenhouse the best. My mum tried to stop me but I can squeeze in through a broken air vent. When I am shut indoors I use clumping clay. My mum tried to change me and Eric to better ones over the years, but I would have none of it. Eric would pee in them but not poop, so we stuck with the clay.

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  10. Mommy wants to check it out. She's thinking it won't make me sneeze.

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  11. This sounds like really interesting litter. We love that it's all natural.

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  12. Joined the potty- MOL! I had no idea they made litter too. You make a great Geisha.

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  13. Cinco and Manna have joined the #CatTeaPotty too! :) I love your geisha outfit, CK. You are right about how the larger pieces of litter are more difficult to track around on the carpet. I'm glad to hear that you are liking Weruva Cat Litter too!
    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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  14. That sounds like a GREAT litter for us cats whose in apartments!
    Mes has specifically told my Mommy to sees if she can find it.
    But then mes would has to has 2 boxes...it always takes me a while to switch over to a new litter...mes purrticular...
    Kisses Grrl Furrend
    Nellie

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  15. Litter has improved ten-fold since our dusty clay litter from the 80's! MOL!

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  16. Great post, CK! Our mom loves the green tea smell, too! :)

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  17. Mum get our cat litter "Fullers Earth Clumping Cat Litter" delivered to our home. We both like it as it's clean and dry for quite a long time and Mum likes it as it's delivered free to our home.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  18. Truffle didn't care too much for the litter, but Brulee likes it. Mom Paula likes its refreshing smell.

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  19. Marty would probably love it since he loves all sorts of litter, but Ralphie is extremely picky and has only approved of Tidy Cat so far in his 7yrs no matter what I try *sigh*
    The Mom

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  20. Fun #potty post , CK !
    Don´t think we can get hold on this litter in Sweden ??
    Have never seen it anywhere.

    XOXO

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  21. I also tried this litter, it's the best smelling litter I've ever used. The only con was the tracking, I found this litter all over my home.

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  22. Love your geisha themed tea party! mol! This stuff really is great! We're loving this kitty litter. ~RascalandRocco

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  23. Thanks for inviting us to your Tea Potty, CK! This litter sounds really great - love that it is all natural and doesn't have clay. We will have to give this stuff a try!!

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