Breeze Litter System
Learn how BREEZE from Tidy Cats is changing the way people think about litter, one box at a time.
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See what makes the BREEZE system unlike any other litter solution.
Six cat use
May 27, 2017
I have five Breeze boxes inside, and two clumping boxes in an outdoor enclosure, for my six cats. I love the pellets because they keep the house much cleaner than any other type of litter. My cats have never had a problem with using Breeze. However, I do find, as they age, a slightly bigger box might be beneficial. Someone ends up with booty out of the box more frequently now. I pushed one little booty over into the box recently. She certainly didn't mean to miss the box, but I guess they're just not as aware when they become seniors.
transition to breeze with ease
Tidy wants the switch to BREEZE to be as easy for you and your cat as possible. That's why it's important to read all the instructions. Skipping transition steps can cause kitty to reject her new bathroom situation and, well, you can guess what would happen next...
step 1: introduce breeze litter pellets+
Only change one thing at a time as your cat adjusts to BREEZE. Start by mixing up to a full bag of pellets in with your current litter.
Don't be surprised when kitty launches a full investigation. Sniffing, kicking around and even sometimes chewing on these pellets is totally safe, normal and important for her adjustment.
Besides, Tidy gets it—they are pretty fascinating.
step 2: bring in the box+
Once kitty is cool with the pellets, place the BREEZE Litter System next to the old litter boxes.
Place a BREEZE Cat Pad in the protective drawer, soft side up, and slide it into the base.
Then, fill the top portion with one package of BREEZE Litter Pellets. Tidy knows some cats prefer a box with low sides, so the sidewall is removable.
step 3: stop scooping+
You read it right—stop cleaning the old box. It might seem gross, but it's important that BREEZE is the only pleasant option for kitty.
Trust Tidy—the benefits of BREEZE far outweigh this stinky but temporary situation. Once she's using the new box for all her business, remove the old ones and continue to use BREEZE as directed.
do this, not that+
Tidy made a quick list of things to keep in mind while transitioning to BREEZE.
Be patient. Every cat is different, so keep an eye on kitty while she adjusts and expect a few changes in her bathroom behavior.
Ask Tidy for help if you need it. Call 1-877-982-HELP (4357)1-877-982-HELP (4357) to speak to a cat behavior specialist.
Force kitty into the BREEZE box, as it might scare her and cause her to avoid it. It's important to let her see what the fun is all about on her own.
Set up your BREEZE anywhere other than right by your old litter box.
where to buy
Ready to buy BREEZE? Tidy can help you find the closest retailer, or you can order online.
Get what you need, when you need it at a special price when you order BREEZE and BREEZE refills through Amazon Subscribe & Save. Refills ship automatically, so you'll never be caught holding the bag (or your nose).
Tidy's got your back. Try one of the tips below, or call 1-877-982-HELP (4357)1-877-982-HELP (4357) to speak to a cat behavior specialist.
How many BREEZE systems do I need?
Multiple cats = multiple BREEZE boxes. Here's the rule: one system per cat, plus one additional system. (2 cats = 3 litter systems)
Are there really enough pellets in here?
One bag of BREEZE Litter Pellets might seem like less litter than you expect, but each bag contains enough for one month of use. Tidy has done the research, and promises your cat won't mind.
Do I have to use the sidewall?
You don't have to, but it helps keep things neat. Once kitty is using the BREEZE system faithfully, try reattaching the sidewall to minimize accidents and keep the BREEZE Litter Pellets in the box.
My cat doesn’t want to use BREEZE. Am I doing something wrong?
Make sure you are following every transition step in its entirety. Picking and choosing steps to follow may confuse kitty and delay a successful transition. If you're out of patience, call Tidy to get some personalized help.