Tidy added all the tight-clumping, odor-fighting power of TidyLock Protection AND Ammonia Blocker technology to this unscented cat litter, but removed the dyes, fragrances and half the weight. How?
*For one cat
How do you top Tidy’s easiest clean routine? By giving it a top. So, if you want to enjoy a litter routine as simple as it should be, while your cat enjoys a little more privacy, Tidy’s got you covered.
17 x 21 x 11 inches
This is the best cat litter box ever!
I’ve been using the Breeze litter box for a long time and I love it! I just recently bought the newest one with the full cover &amp; I love it!
I have 2 cats and 2 Breeze Cat Litter Boxes. I love them and my cats love them. I have had them for over 2 years and am completely satisfied.
I really like the pads because there is no odor because of them and the pellets are so easy to clean the box and they last 2-3 months.
The only complaint that I have is both of my scoopers have broken--I think because of the heat here in Mesa, AZ. I am having trouble trying to buy new scoopers.
Now that my cat Red is all grown up. I had to figure something else out. I switched from using a litter box to Tidy Cats Breeze Litter System. It's AMAZING! The order is gone. It will run me the same amount as a 35 lbs. that cost $14. I will admit that the cost of the system is pricey, but I diffidently like the result. No CAT Smell! No Litter EVERY Where, which means less Vacuuming. Saves me time with cleaning. It was what I was looking for. I couldn't THANK YOU Enough!
Finally my little studio apartment is free from odors. It is almost imposible to get this one at the stores in my city so I got it online.
Easy to set up and my cat just took like 3 days to use it. I followed the steps. Now I don't have to worry about the tracking on my floor and the smell.
I have 2 cats and have always had 2 boxes (I know 3 are recommended but 2 was manageable and I don't have a good spot for a 3rd).
Anyway, I hate the cat litter/urine/fecal smell so much. I've used different types of clay litter, paper pellets, pine litter, and all had pros and cons. Mostly, the issue was tracking, the intense urine smell when we would clean out the box, and the level of difficulty to clean the whole box out monthly. I used the $25 lidded sifting systems from Walmart for comparison.
I have to say, compared to clay litter, the tracking is significantly improved. I was most recently using the paper pellets from Walmart in my old boxes, so the Breeze pellets are very comparable to those in regards to tracking. Much more manageable and clean with the pellets vs clay.
As far as the odor control goes, this is where I am really blown away. I was shocked to see how well this system compares. The pads have to be changed a little under a week, with a rotation after a few days. But when its time to change, its simple and quick, so the uncomfortable odor is not dealt with for too long. I can't smell it around the house unless I let it go longer, but I can definitely smell it while I'm changing it. I think if I had to spend a significant time with this, I'd say more odor control would be nice. Since I am able to dispose of the dirty pad in a few seconds, it's really not a big deal. With the old boxes I had from Walmart and the paper pellets, I would place puppy pads underneath the inner sifting liner of the box so they didnt get torn by claws, then insert the sifting liner, place the paper pellets on top and snap the lid in place. The sifting box did not allow the pellets to pass through the holes easily, and the pellets were too large to sift with a scoop when removing solids, so I would just get in the habit of completely changing the boxes out weekly. Having to scoop wet stinky pellets out, get the pellets unstuck from the sifter part of the box, change the pad and replace the pellets, I was spending about 30 - 45 minutes with litter box maintenance, all the while smelling stale urine. NOT my ideal situation. Now, I dont have that problem as cleaning the box is a breeze. The pelleys dry out the feces, so sifting them out is really easy, and without much loss of the pellets. I haven't had my Breeze system very long, but I can tell the monthly maintenance will also be easy as the pellets will pour right out, I can wipe the plastic down and be done.
The only thing that kept this system from recieving 5 starts was a design flaw for my cats. One of mine likes to urinate in the front of the box, and the opening sits lower than that of the old system I used. She didnt get herself in all the way and I ended up having urine down the side of the box, on the floor, and on the litter mat. It's not a deal breaker for me. If it becomes an issue I will probably just place a cheap puppy pad underneth the box to catch the unwanted dribbles. Just wish the opening was slighly higher to help the cat know if they are in far enough. I also think that fresh feces smell a little more compared to the old box I used. I feel like the Breeze is more open than the Walmart box is, which allows odor to escape. Once it dries it's not noticeable. My cats never buried their business in the old boxes so that is irrelevant in my case. I wish the hooded breeze box was a little larger but more enclosed. I also wish the breeze system was a little cheaper. If the maintenance supplies were any more expensive I probably wouldn't have made the purchase. Overall great box and system.
Love the Hooded Breeze Litter System especially with two small children as it prevents them from getting into.
Only using one system and it’s a blessing hardly any mess, no odor and easy to scoop and change pads. Surprisingly litter lasts a long time. I say a good month before changing it. Pads about 7-14 days before changing.
Two things though, my cats are pretty long and wish the system was a little longer. Also, wish it was a little more affordable.
I have been happy with my original (non-hooded) system for a year now. The only drawback has been that it didn't have a hood. It would be REALLY nice and a smart business idea for Tidy Cats to offer a retrofit. I don't want to waste a perfectly good system and be forced to buy a new one just for the hood. Please offer the hood separately!
Love using this system. It helps with odor for sure I just wish the hood cane with a door access to prevent my cat kicking pellets out.. plus the pads get exspensive! Other than that it’s good :-)
So 4 stars for now.
I have 2 cats and had a litter robot with clumping clay. I got real tired of the wet clay sticking and finding "clay sand" everywhere, the dust, wearing nitrile gloves to clean, etc. These pellets plus pads work really well. I don't mind the daily checking and cleaning of poops because its really not that hard and the pads are easy to swap each week. With 2 cats I'm so far going a week or 6 days on a pad without odor or mess; perhaps that is too long for most, but I'm ok with it.