Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Make Litter Box Maintenance Easy With Tidy Cats Direct Disposable Litter Box #ChewyInfluencer

Lexy is a little disappointed (again) this month because I chose our product for our Chewy Influencer review. (She didn’t quite approve of my choice in September, either.)  I’ve read many reviews on the Tidy Cats Direct Disposable Litter Box, and have been wanting to test it out for myself for quite some time so I couldn’t resist the opportunity. (Sorry, Lexy. Maybe next month you’ll get food or a tasty treat to review.) 





Sharing my life with my cats is very rewarding (and I wouldn’t trade it for anything), but there is one task that is less than enjoyable, and that is litter box maintenance. I don’t know one cat parent that says “Ooh, I just LOVE cleaning the litter box!” Tidy Cats has the purrfect solution to our litterbox maintenance woes – The Tidy Cats Direct Disposable Litter Box





What is Tidy Cats Direct? 

  • Tidy Cats Direct is a pre-filled, disposable litter box system that makes you litter box routine easier.
  • A cardboard box (with an anti-leak coating) that is pre-filled with 30 days worth of litter (for 1 cat). 
  • Just open the top and tuck underneath the box.

  • No muss, no fuss. Just scoop as you ordinarily would. 
  • When the litter is finished, fold the top back over and discard.How easy is that? 

What I Like About Tidy Cats Direct

  • I live in a third floor walk-up, so litter has to be lightweight. I was happy to learn that Tidy Cats Direct comes pre-filled with their LightWeight Clumping Multiple Cat Litter (which happens to be one of my go-to litters.) 
  • It’s 99% dust free. That means less dust on my furniture (because my box is tucked away in a corner in the living room) and less sneezing for Lola. 
  • Odor control and good clumping are other key factors for me, and Tidy Cats delivers. The tight clumps tight clumps that deodorize and absorb urine, feces, and ammonia. 
  • This makes for a good litter box to keep on hand for emergencies. Either having to evacuate for natural disasters or for that kitten your boyfriend finds underneath a car. It’s great to keep one tucked away in the closet. 


Key Benefits

  • A disposable litter box that’s prefilled with scoopable litter that’s half the weight of regular litter.
  • Anti-leak coating inside that works as a liner to help contain messes.
  • Provides around-the-clock control with tight clumps that deodorize and absorb urine, feces, and ammonia.
  • Each box contains enough litter to last up to one month for one cat’s use.
  • Eliminates the need for cleaning, simply toss the whole thing out when you’re ready for a new box. 



I’ve been using the box for two weeks now with two cats, and there’s plenty of litter left. If you scoop diligently, the litter will last a while.

What Did Lola and Lexy Think? 

We have a covered box and I was wondering how they’d do with this. They both took to it right away and Lola had some fun digging her way to China in it. 

 


Tidy Cats Direct Disposable Litter Box gets thumbs up from me. It’s convenient and easy to use, and Tidy Cats is a litter that works for me. You can grab a box for $26.40 at Chewy.com. That's 12% savings off of the regular price of $29.99. If you choose the Auto Ship option, you can save an extra 5%. (That’s probably a good for those who choose to use this as their daily litter box system.) As always, shipping is free on orders of $49 and more, and Chewy’s customer service is terrific.

I have a feeling next month I better choose something yummy for the girls, especially if I don’t want to wake up to a hairball in my slippers! 



Do you think this makes litter box maintenance easier? 
Dawn

22 comments:

  1. Although we don't use clay litters, this might be handy to have around in case of emergency... or a spontaneous kitty rescue!

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  2. That does look like a good back-up box to have stashed away! But we agree that treats would have been a better choice!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  3. Wow, that's a really good idea. Our human actually enjoyed reading about it! Living on a walk up we can understand the littering/delittering activity is a challenge! We loved your cats' conversation too! We woulda hat a similar one! Wondering how much the box weighs? Best regards, P and P

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    1. It's about 14 pounds. It's lightweight litter!

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  4. I had never heard about this litter box before and it's a really good idea. However, i have a question, doesn't the cardboard begin to smell after a few days?

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    1. There's a special coating on the cardboard, so no smell. We've been using it for almost two weeks and it's not stinky.

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  5. I could see how this could be great for traveling. Or having on hand for a "go bag" in emergencies!

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  6. I think this is pretty cool... something I might like actually. Plus it comes in a cardboard box. Maybe that makes it even better for cats?

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  7. That's a good SOS box, or for traveling. We hope you get treats next time ! Purrs

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  8. That certainly looks like a great way to handle the litter situation.

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  9. Great review and glad Lola and Lexy like it too. My question would be the scent of the litter—is it real perfumy?—and the size of the box. Lola looked like she would move around in it. Is she a small cat or average?

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    1. Lola is an average cat, and it's not too perfumey. We hate perfumey litter!

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  10. That video just cracks me up! I'm glad your mom stopped filming at just the right moment :)

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    1. Well, let's just say it's a good thing she didn't post the photos she took right after the video stopped!

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  11. That was a fun review you two!

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  12. Miss Dawn, thanks for sharing your review. I have not yet tried that purr-oduct. Mom asks if there is baking soda in the litter to help keep down odors? Hugs & Happy Mew Year to you, Lexy & Lola!

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    1. I don't believe there is baking soda in it. But it really does fight odors.

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  13. It certainly sounds convenient. I'm not sure if my cat would miss his privacy if we tried that.

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  14. It sounds like this is worth checking out! I hate scrubbing the litter box every week. Thanks for the review!

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