This post was sponsored Tidy Cats as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Ask a cat parent what their least favorite thing about having a cat is and nine times out of ten they’ll tell you cleaning the litter box. While having a cat can be an extraordinary adventure, cleaning the litter box can be the most offensive thing imaginable, especially if your cat uses it as often as Phoebe. Unfortunately cleaning the litter box is part of being a cat parent. It’s in the job description. Tidy Cats understands how frustrating and gross cleaning a dirty litter box can be, and they’ve come up with a solution, Tidy Cats Direct.
Tidy Cats Direct is a disposable, one-time use litter box that is sent directly to cat parents. Tidy Cats Direct gets rid of the need to clean the litter box. Instead, just scoop out the waste and when you’re done throw the Tidy Cats Direct box away. Each disposable box has enough litter for up to one month (for one cat). Tidy Cats Direct comes pre-filled with Tidy Cats LightWeight 24-7 performance clumping litter that provides continuous Odor Control and clumps tightly to make scooping super simple. With the TidyLock protection power, you won’t smell any ammonia or other yucky pet odors.
The Tidy Cats Direct litter box is a simple brown cardboard box. The directions for getting started are simple to follow. Just open the box along the perforated lines, tuck the flap underneath, and it’s ready for use. All you need to do is scoop out any used litter and toss it. When all of the litter is gone you just untuck the flap and cover the box, Voila, easy disposal.
You can buy Tidy Cats Direct from Amazon.com, and with subscribe and save you’ll save even more. You can also get IT from Chewy.com, Walmart.com, Target.com, Meijer.com, and Petco.com, or store.Purina.com. Shopping online is an extra convenience for me. Shopping in stores can get very overwhelming, especially when you’re surrounded by pet supplies. Making a decision is tough and standing in the store until closing time isn’t always an option. Shopping online lets me take my time and do research to find the best products.
Since cleaning the litter box can take an extraordinary amount of time, you’ll have that time to do stuff you actually enjoy. We’re taking the extra time to teach Phoebe how to walk on a leash, LOL. Have you ever tried putting a harness on a cat? It’s not exactly easy, and they don’t exactly cooperate, but if it means keeping him safe and letting him go outside, we’re going to try it.
What will you do with all the time you save not cleaning the litter box?
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