- Product Dimensions: 42.5 x 52.1 x 41.9 cm ; 4.7 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 5.5 Kg
- Item Model Number: 00070230168689
- ASIN: B0776R7F84
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 30 April 2018
- Customer Reviews: 6,860 customer ratings
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13,792 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- #87 in Cat Litter Boxes
Purina Tidy Cats Hooded Litter Box System, Breeze Hooded System Starter Kit Litter Box, Litter Pellets & Pads
- Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE Hooded Cat Litter System
- Easy open hinged hood allows for quick, easy cleaning
- Ammonia Blocker is guaranteed to prevent ammonia odor for seven days for one cat
- Pellet system separates urine and solids to help control odors
- Disposable pads absorb urine and control odor for up to one week for one cat
Style: Hooded System
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Deliver outstanding odor control while giving your cat the privacy she craves with the Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE hooded litter system. A convenient hood keeps your cat discreetly hidden from sight while she uses her litter box, and the hinged design allows for easy access when it's time to change the litter. This system features dehydrating pellets, which help to minimize tracking and dehydrate solid waste. Disposable pads absorb urine to help control odor for up to one week for one cat, while the pellets separate urine from solids to help control odors. A slide out drawer provides access to the pads for effortless replacement. This all in one litter system provides the odor control you need with the private space your cat wants for her cozy cat corner. Check odor control off your to do list and offer a pleasant litter experience for your cat with the Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE Hooded Litter System in your home.
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happy. I am and don't want to go back to anything else EVER. Happy me happy cat 😀 😻
When Purina announced the new hooded box, it wasn't actually a necessity but alas I admit, I am a sucker for new versions of great products. I wanted to use the hooded box in a more trafficked area of the house so the litter could be better hidden.
The box with the hood is great. It looks small and I see that some folks say it is too small for their cats. We have two relatively small cats and two that are large. In the first week that this was put into use, it was by far the cats' favorite box and needed scooping and pad changing much sooner than the other breeze boxes. I haven't not as yet seen any out of the box splash.
For those of you new to the breeze system, it is absolutely amazing. The pee stays on the pad below and almost never does the odor carry. The poop sits on top of the pellets or slightly under them if your cat buries it. The poop becomes hard shortly after landing on these pellets and it is a breeze (ha!) to scoop. The ONLY problem I ever encounter was a splash of diarrhea that require the box to be cleaned with water. But that would be true of any litter box hit with watery stool.
The pads for these boxes have been ridiculously expensive (unless you purchase the scented pads which we all found pretty toxic). But now several companies seem to be making knock off pads so I noticed that purina recently dropped their price significantly. I'll be keeping an eye on this pricing to see if it lasts.
BOTTOM LINE: Like other cat owners, I too have tried COUNTLESS litter systems over the year including expensive electric machines and actual toilet training kits for cats. (While I loved the toilet training and it worked superbly for one of the cats, the other one at the time refused to try it so we had to scrap the whole thing). For my money, this breeze system is the single best cat waste system. It is so easy to clean, doesn't require daily maintenance (unless you want to) and the cats love it. With the added hood it just makes the whole litter situation that much more discreet. Oh, and did I mention how much less expensive I've found this to be in the long run? Its a win win win.
- The front lip curves inward now to prevent pellets from getting kicked out too easily, and one of my cats appreciates the extra space to perch on so that he doesn't have to squat directly on the litter.
- The walls are higher than before and curve inwards more, again helping contain the mess.
- The tray is deeper, making it much easier to handle and less likely to overflow.
- The slotted area over the tray is smaller, ensuring that everything that goes through the slots actually ends up in the tray.
I use this litter box with hardwood pellets from a hardware store ($4 for a 40lb bag, which lasted me 6 months with 1 cat and now 3 months with 2 cats), rather than using the ceramic pellets and absorbent pads. The normal system works okay for cats that accept it, but the materials are quite expensive and a lot of cats don't like it. With wood pellets, urine breaks down the pellets so that the decompressed wood can fall through to the tray, and then poop can be scooped easily like normal. We have found that the wood pellets control smell far better than any other litter we've tried (clay, silicone, corn, coco husk, nut shells, newspaper pellets, etc) and don't have any offensive smell of their own like traditional clay litters do.
The only downside to this system is that it's difficult to clean when someone gets diarrhea. But really, when a cat is sick I'm more concerned about their well-being than about the inconvenience of cleaning up after them.
The only downside is the price of the litter and pads, both of which have super cheap alternatives. For litter i already had started using the purina yesterdays new pellets, which is like 15kg for 15$ or something. Still lasted about a month until i had to change it, as the urine passes through to the pads instead of soaking in the pellets. Pads, you can get at dollarama, a pack of 14 for 3$. Just fold or cut to size.
With all 3 animal's using the cheaper litter, and this system making it last longer (i do have two other boxes of regular along side it), i save a lot of time and money.