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If you've ever wonder what easy cat litter clean up looks like, look no further. BREEZE CAT LItter System provides easy odor control with a system that separates urine for outstanding odor control. BREEZE CAT LItter System leaves your floors clean and litter-free because this special litter box uses unique litter pellets and absorbing pads that separate urine from solid waste. And with the stylish design of the BREEZE Cat Litter System, litter box clean up has never been more easy, more effective, or look so good!
  • Superior odor control
  • Anti-tracking
  • Easy clean up
  • BREEZE brand Litter System includes: 1 BREEZE Litter Box with scoop,1 3.75 lb bag of BREEZE Litter Pellets, and 4 BREEZE Cat Pads
SKU: 9283

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4.4

(based on 52 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (37)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Cleans easily (26)
  • Reduces tracking (24)
  • Durable (22)
  • Good height (21)
  • Keeps litter in (21)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Multiple cats (28)
    • Indoor cats (24)
    • Kittens (14)
    • Finicky cats (7)
    • Small pets (5)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Long-time pet owner (47), New pet owner (4)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    This literally changed my life!

    I have been using this system for 2 years. This type of system has been used in Japan for many years; don't know why it took us so long to get it.All I can...Read complete review

    I have been using this system for 2 years. This type of system has been used in Japan for many years; don't know why it took us so long to get it.All I can say is CLEAN! And it has changed my life. No more nasty, sandy, smelly grit all over the place. Stays clean. Once a day (maximum) I just take the poop out with tongs (it just sits on the top) and drop it in the scooper and from there to the toilet. Yes, you can smell the poop for the few seconds it takes you to walk in the bathroom before you drop it in the toilet. It's okay if a few pellets stick to the poop; the pellets don't react with liquid so the toilet can handle it fine. This way the dirty pellets get flushed & the rest stay clean. It's much, much cleaner and neater than rooting round in nasty, smelly, gritty litter for chunks & pieces and then disposing of it somehow, since scoopable litter canNOT be flushed (it will eventually clog up your system).The surfaces are sort of non-stick and easy to wipe clean (no "litter mud" everywhere). You can dampen a rag & add a squirt of Pinesol and just WIPE the box clean when you want to change the litter (about every other month for me). You can do this between times too - just tilt the litter to one end & wipe, then the other (the litter doesn't react to liquid). So simple, so CLEAN! I sprinkle "Arm & Hammer Oxi-clean Pet Fresh CARPET Odor Eliminator with Vacuum Booster" on the PAD. The CARPET type works much better than the product made for litter - but do NOT sprinkle this on the litter, but just on the PAD, and use very little (I keep some in a spice shaker).Follow the directions on introducing your cat to the new system.Some people seem to think it cost more than regular litter, but I don't think so. You can get the pads for about $1 each ($4/month, if you change it every week) and the bags of litter (small bags don't look like enough, but they ARE) I change no more than every other month (and even then, they don't really NEED it). I get them delivered 6 at a time via [@] subscription for I think about $35 - that's $35 a YEAR, if you change it out every other month. So I don't think the litter and pads are all that expensive. For me, not having to deal with the nasty mess: rooting around in smelly litter and stepping on nasty grit every day (not to mention finding it in my bed and on my furniture) is worth every penny.In addition, it's healthier for you and your cat. Clumping litter creates dust for you when you scoop the box, dust for your kitty when he scratches - this dust contains chemicals that are very bad for both of you when INHALED. Very, very bad for your kitty when he/she licks the litter off her paws & fur, thus INGESTING these chemicals, some of which are carcinogens.I LOVE this litter system! And no - you cannot use puppy pads in the pee drawer (I tried that). These pads are much thicker, constructed to hold a week's worth of cat pee, and have a plastic flange that turns up on the edges of the drawer all the way around to prevent leakage. They are well designed, easy to use and dispose of, and work perfectly.I also tried using glass beads instead of the pellets. While they were easy to swish/wash in a little bucket and pour into a colander, then back into the box, my cat was less than thrilled. They were much noisier than the pellets when he scratched around - maybe that was why he wasn't crazy about them. I went back to the pellets. I keep a pee pad on the floor in front of entrance of the box because he is a very long cat and occasionally dribbles a little out the entrance. When I change pads, I put the one from the floor into the box (even if it is still clean) and a new one on the floor. If he dribbled on the pad, I wipe the entrance of the box with a damp rag. It's just very easy to keep very clean. It's not unpleasant, like scooping/cleaning the old box was, so I don't dread it and I keep it very clean, which my cat appreciates. He actually comes and tells me (rowr!) when he poops, so I will put the poop in the toilet right away (he has me perfectly trained).Ann

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    I loved, but my cats did not.

    I bought this litter system as a solution to litter being spread throughout my house and in to my bed. I have used it for about two years and loved every second of it. ...Read complete review

    I bought this litter system as a solution to litter being spread throughout my house and in to my bed. I have used it for about two years and loved every second of it. However, one of my cats has recently started defecating throughout the house (he's always done this, but it has become unbearably frequent lately). I went to the store and bought a jumbo litter box and clumping litter, and not only has the defecation stopped, but the cats haven't touched the Breeze boxes since. I'm going to keep them as extras but I doubt they'll get used again. Cats don't like that they can't dig around in the litter like they can with clumping litter, which makes me unhappy, but a happy cat is a happy owner, so this is how it is going to be. If your cat will use it without any problems though, I highly recommend doing it.

    *The only reason I say it is a small capacity is because my cats each weigh about 11 lbs. and are very large, so this was a little small for them. Normally they require a jumbo-sized litter tray to move around in.

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    4.0

    Terrific System!

    By JWD

    from Billings, MT

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Cleans Easily
    • Durable
    • Good Height
    • Helpful For Diabetic Cats
    • Keeps Litter In
    • Large Capacity
    • Reduces Tracking

    Cons

    • Not Safe For Dogs

    Best Uses

    • Indoor Cats
    • Kittens
    • Multiple Cats
    • Small Pets

    Comments about BREEZE Litter System BREEZE Cat Litter System:

    I've used the Breeze system for about 2.5 months & my cats & I love it! I purchased it because my older cat had developed diabetes and was urinating in copious amounts. I figured using the disposable pads to collect the urine would be much more sanitary than regular litter boxes & that was indeed correct. The directions included with the system advised new owners to slowly acclimate the kitties to their new box by leaving the old box dirty & eventually removing the old box completely. I did not need to do so. I have 2 cats, had 2 litter boxes-an electric LitterMaid and an old-style plain litter box. My vet said the usual recommendation is to have one more box than the number of cats in the house. Given that my "old man" kitty is now diabetic & using the box much more often, it made sense to get another box. I set it up right near the other two boxes and that's all I had to do .I showed it to them and they took it from there. My old guy used it the first day, the younger gal took a couple of days to use it. It just seemed instinctive. They knew what to do (and they are not especially bright cats!) My diabetic kitty uses it about 90% of the time. It's taken quite a while to get his blood glucose levels under control, so he's been drinking & urinating excessively for the last few months (he's slowly improving though). The electric litter box is usually not able to clear the large & heavy clump of urine from the box so just gets stuck. My cat didn't like urinating on his own paws anymore than I liked him tracking wet & clumpy litter all over the house. The Breeze system totally solved those problems & he figured it out on his own. I check the pad every 3-4 days now & usually change it that often. I used to change it every 2-3 days, depending on his use of the box. As he gets healthier, I should be able to get 5-7 days from each pad. One problem with the Breeze system: it is not helpful for cats with diarrhea or loose stools. Again, because of the diabetes, I've had to change my cats diet & try new foods. When the new canned foods give him loose stools, it makes a mess in the Breeze tray. As another reviewer mentioned, the scooper that comes with the kit does not pick up small pieces nor individual pellets. You'd need a different scooper for that, which I had of course, so it wasn't a problem. I did go through more pellets than expected because of this but that's not surprising. I would have gone through more regular cat litter too. Something I found surprising about the pellets is that they do seem to desiccate fecal matter a little bit if the matter is left in the box for a while. I've noticed that when one of the cats defecates, it stinks up the basement (of course), but the odor doesn't remain. The first time I had to leave the house without cleaning the box, I fully expected to return home to a smelly house. But that wasn't the case. The feces had dried up some, more than could be explained by simple evaporation, and cleaning it out of the box was much easier. So, not pleasant but good to know. I don;t know what the pellets consist of, but they have some interesting properties. One negative about the Breeze was noted by another reviewer whose dog had almost died after eating some pellets. All dog owners know dogs will eat anything & seem to love eating "cat treats" out of litter boxes (gross. I know.) Apparently these pellets do not just pass out of the dog's digestive tract but get stuck in the stomach & can cause dire problems for the dog.For this reason, I would not recommend this system for people who own both dogs & cats. For feline-only owners though, I highly recommend it. The cost in pellets & pads has been just slightly more than what I spent on cat litter alone, but I expect that difference to equal out once my cat's diabetes is better under control. It's been an extremely effective & convenient system for my old kitty & me. BTW, my younger, healthy cat was using it, but my old guy got a bit territorial, so she leaves it to him most of the time. I have seen her sneaking into it now & then, when he's not around. Going to have to get another Breeze so she can have one to herself!

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    1.0

    Expected more from Tidy Cats

    By sandibaby22

    from leeds, al

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Good Height

    Cons

    • Didnt Work
    • Expensive Upkeep
    • Smells

    Best Uses

    • Small Pets

    Comments about BREEZE Litter System BREEZE Cat Litter System:

    We tried this litter box for 4 months. We liked the results for the first couple of weeks. After that things went downhill quickly. The constant need to replace the pads and pellets became expensive quickly. One pad was completely soaked in 2 days, not the 7 days that advertisements claim. Nearing the 1 month mark we noticed that the smell was beginning to be an issue. This litter box system has a strong urine smell, even after completely dumping, washing with bleach, and inserting a new pad and pellets. Only 1 store local to us carried the needed supplies and they were always out of stock. The pellets run out MUCH quicker than traditional litter and they do nothing to reduce the smell of poop. We used 1 bag of pellets per week, with the end of the week being very sparse in the litter box. This product claims to be anti-tracking, which is untrue. Verse standard litter it does track less, but the litter that is tracked is covered in poop. The size of the pellets makes it difficult for a vacuum to pick up. When you use the included sifter it leaves large portions of the pellets trapped, thus wasting much of your pellets. Reversely, the sifter also is too large for small pieces of poop. Thus leaving poop in your litter box and pellets in the trash.

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    5.0

    Better than having kitty litter on floor

    By Mimeme

    from Mi.

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Cleans Easily
    • Durable
    • Keeps Litter In
    • Reduces Tracking

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Indoor Cats

      Comments about BREEZE Litter System BREEZE Cat Litter System:

      Read some of the reveiws and glad I bought this just put some of the old stuff in there works great.

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      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A superb product

      By Carla1104

      from Baltimore, MD

      About Me Long-time Pet Owner

      Pros

      • Cleans Easily
      • Durable
      • Easy to use
      • Good Height
      • Keeps Litter In
      • Reduces Tracking

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoor Cats
        • Kittens
        • Multiple Cats

        Comments about BREEZE Litter System BREEZE Cat Litter System:

        I love this litter box. Scooping giant clumps of pee litter literally made me gag, and the pad in this contains the odor very well. It takes less than a minute to scoop the poop every day (mine only go once a day) and I don't throw my back out with huge boxes of litter. I haven't really made a cost comparison to litter but the improvements are worth it, if it is more expensive. I started off a tiny kitten with this and she never went out of the box, ever. It was also great when she was spayed - I didn't have to switch to something different.

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        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        BEST EVER INVENTED

        By GOAT

        from Jackson, Ms

        About Me Long-time Pet Owner

        Pros

        • Cleans Easily
        • Durable
        • Good Height
        • Keeps Litter In
        • Large Capacity
        • Reduces Tracking

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Caged Pets
          • Indoor Cats
          • Kittens
          • Multiple Cats
          • Small Pets

          Comments about BREEZE Litter System BREEZE Cat Litter System:

          THIS IS absolutely remarkable. Used fresh step for 19 years w/ cat that passed.
          TRained a feral cat to use it and her kittens…NO SMELL, NO TRACKING, ALL GOOD….. BEST CAT PRODUCT EVERY MADE.

          NO CARRYING HEAVY LITTER BAGS. IT IS REALLY A BREEZE .
          HAVE 5 AND PUT THEM OUT WHEN OUT OF TOWN.

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