- Product Dimensions: 31.5 x 16 x 31.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 2.2 Kg
- Item Model Number: 70230_12723
- ASIN: B007TUJZUU
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 21 September 2018
- Customer Reviews: 2,148 customer ratings
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- #64 in Cat Litter
Purina Tidy Cats Cat Pads, Breeze Refill Pack - (10) 4 ct. Pouches
+ $28.82 Delivery
- Ten (10) 4-Count Pouches - Purina Tidy Cats Cat Pads, BREEZE Refill Pack
- Part of the Tidy Cats BREEZE litter system (sold separately)
- Don't Settle for Basic and only 2-3 days. Breeze litter pads are designed to last for 7 days for one cat
- Cat pads work quickly to lock in moisture and contain urine, keeping the litter box dry
- Disposable design adds convenience and eliminates the need to scoop urine clumps
Size: (10) 4 ct. Boxes | Style: Original Scent
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Say "goodbye" to scooping clumps of urine with this Purina Tidy Cats BREEZE With Ammonia Blocker cat pads refill pack designed for the Tidy Cats BREEZE litter system (sold separately). Each pad quickly absorbs urine that passes through the BREEZE litter pellets, locking in moisture to keep the box dry and your cats comfortable. The pads are conveniently disposable to make cleanup easy, and the odor-controlling technology helps you maintain a fresh and clean smelling home. These cat pads feature Ammonia Blocker, which is guaranteed to prevent ammonia odor for seven days for one cat and help keep each Tidy Cats BREEZE litter system in your home neat and clean. The innovative design makes installing and removing each pad an effortless process, so you can spend less time cleaning up after your cat family and more time cuddling them. Keep a supply of these disposable litter odor absorber pads in your closet so you can tend to each litter box system as needed.
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I did a search on Amazon and found this system. Our cat had no problem adjusting to the new box and litter. I followed a couple of the tips from the comments here. In the beginning, I had to change the pads every two days. We have been giving our cat insulin shots daily and I'm happy to say he's practically back to normal. No more drinking all day or excessive urination. I'm now up to 4 days before I change the pad. The recommendation on the bag is to change pads once a week and the pellets once a month. I discovered that Amazon had packages of 10 scented pads, as well as 7 pound bags of pellets both of which are not available at local stores. And a lot more economical too! Even if our cat had not been diabetic, I would have bought this system. I highly recommend it!
I have found that for one cat, she pees a lot. The tray will overflow with pee if I use just one pad, even flipping it around, because the pad stops spreading out the pee after a certain point and there is always this large perfectly dry stripe in the middle at the end of the week. But, if I use extra paper in the typical "pee spot" AND layer some paper over the pad in the tray for a couple of days then toss it, the pad does the rest. Between all this and removing fish flavored food from her diet (although many of them include fish farther down in the list, poultry or rabbit are the main ingredients), and as long as I keep up with things replacing the paper in the box daily after a quick spray or two of Odor Gone if I still notice a smell after tossing the old in either the Genie or outside, she is very happy with so much less smell. I don't know who used to be more upset about the smell, her or me.
I do keep the litter box and Genie under one of the bathroom sinks counters which doesn't have anything blocking the front so a seat could tuck in for applying makeup and doing your hair, which I guess took a lot longer in the 70's. Also, I kind of cobbled together a sort of double layered curtain for under the sink from a plastic shower curtain cut up to fit over a tension rod. It is long enough on one portion to tuck under the large (water heater) tray I use to hold the litter box- very necessary during the leg mending time, which keeps it in place, and the other curtain portion barely brushes the floor with a few vertical slits for a kitty door. Like one of those curtains to a refrigerated or dust free area, or a butterfly or bat house at the zoo, only smaller and lighter and prettier. There's a rechargable motion sensor night light behind the curtain for her, too, since the curtain is not clear.
It's a lot of work to set up, but it functions pretty well. i just wish the pads held a bit more liquid for cats that insist on peeing at the very front of the box all the time. Sometimes in the doorway, so there's more paper tucked under that or it will go all over and under the box, huge mess.
Even with the bathroom door open just enough for her and lots of odor absorbers (I'm sensitive to chemicals and fragrance.) there used to be a smell that just worked it's way into the bedroom all the time, making some very sensitive guests ill. This crazy system fixes that most of the time.