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  • This starter kit has a box, scoop, pellets and pads to get your cats started on a new way of using their litter box. 4,945 reviews on Amazon give it a 4.1 out of 5 star overall rating.
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I just read that review. That poor cat Frown



"Both cats took to the Breeze system very quickly. After some months, though, Skittles began eating the (already peed on) pellets occasionally. Alarmed (and disgusted), I called Tidy Cat and spoke with one of their "pet specialists," who assured me not only that the pellets were non-toxic, but that they would break down and pass through his system and would not cause him any harm. Relying on that, I tried to stop him whenever I caught him doing it, but didn't worry too much about it; he didn't seem to be ingesting more than a few a day. Long story short: some months later he developed a bowel blockage that ended up killing him (and costing me over $3,000 in vet bills). The x-rays showed that his bowels were completely blocked by about 50 or more UNDISSOLVED Breeze pellets. Turns out Tidy Cat's "specialist" didn't know what she was talking about!"
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Is it just me or does litter not go on sale anymore? I remember getting Dr. Elsey's 40lb bags for like less than 10$. Now I cannot find them any cheaper than like 17$ a bag.
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It's been harder to get these this cheap. Appreciate the post- got 2.
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Is it just me or does litter not go on sale anymore? I remember getting Dr. Elsey's 40lb bags for like less than 10$. Now I cannot find them any cheaper than like 17$ a bag.
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Nice price, had wanted this setup but not at full price.

I ended up converting my cats to the equine pellets from tsc, kept original litter boxes, got a sifting box from Amazon warehouse under $5 and use 2 free after rebate litter genies for the solids. A bit more work than just using clumping litter but much more economical.
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Is it just me or does litter not go on sale anymore? I remember getting Dr. Elsey's 40lb bags for like less than 10$. Now I cannot find them any cheaper than like 17$ a bag.

Guessing you're here because you have a cat litter alert setup too lol. I stocked up on previous sales but starting to run out.

FWIW, Petco's So Phresh litter is good stuff and decently priced. Comparable to Dr Elseys in quality.
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Hooded or open system? Anyone have suggestions?

Do you have to use the pellets(are they the pine pellets)?
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Here for the litter alert too. I feel like it's been forever since the last tidy cats bucket deal
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Also here for the litter alert lol. I've never bought this but seems like a good deal? I'll get 1. Thanks OP and commenters.
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I had one of these for at least a year. It's a great system. However if you have multiple cats those pads get kind of expensive.
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I have just one cat, is it worth to get this? I use Purina Tidy Cat litter (becoming expensive), does this system do poop clumping?
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big TU from me since the hooded version is on sale as well and I have been waiting to try that. I have two versions of the open system and they work great combined with use of litter genie.
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Hooded or open system? Anyone have suggestions?

Do you have to use the pellets(are they the pine pellets)?
It really depends on your cats preference since some cats like more privacy than others. The pellets are not pine but type of proprietary composite.
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Guessing you're here because you have a cat litter alert setup too lol. I stocked up on previous sales but starting to run out.

FWIW, Petco's So Phresh litter is good stuff and decently priced. Comparable to Dr Elseys in quality.
Does the Petco one go on sale much? Looking it up now and it's only ~12% cheaper than Precious Cat if both aren't on sale. I've been using that one for a few years now and really like it, although now and then I'll get a bag that's waaaaay dustier than normal.
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Hooded or open system? Anyone have suggestions?

Do you have to use the pellets(are they the pine pellets)?
In my honest opinion, I prefer a hooded system as it keeps in the smell/dust.

I've had one of these guys before and it becomes expensive and a pain to change (especially for muti-cats). I have a roller box with a decent clumping litter and it saves time and money.
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