Litter Getter – the Litter Box Training Solution! #FreeProductReceived

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Industry statistics show that non-use of the litter box is the #1 behavioral reason why cats are abandoned or abused.

Designed for cats who are not using their litter boxes, Litter Getter Ultra specifically addresses this problem and provides a clinically tested and proven solution. Litter Getter Ultra uses an all-natural mixture to attract cats back to the litter box. Not only does it work great as a training litter for kittens, but it also provides superior odor control.Litter Getter is 100% all natural and biodegradable which also means it is 100% safe for your pet.  The soft texture is puuurfect on sensitive paws.

Litter Getter

Cats use their natural instincts to know where to go to the bathroom so I love that Litter Getter uses natural herbs and plant extracts that will attract cats. Litter Getter can be used with any litter. Just sprinkle Litter Getter into the litter box. Your cat will find the way to the box and eventually will learn to eliminate there without the help of Litter Getter. Litter Getter also clumps with the litter, making cleaning easier.  Another great feature – It is made right here in the USA!

Litter Getter

Litter Getter smells like fresh herbs!

Litter Getter also helps neutralize ammonia-related odor by the inclusion of yucca extract.  With three cats, including one sassy little furball that refuses to cover any of her waste, I know how bad ammonia-related odors can be! I was eager to put Litter Getter to the test!

Our Litter Box Set up

All three of my cats are old enough to know where to go to the bathroom but I was curious to see if the Litter Getter made any difference to the cats, and if it could really help with the smell.  As soon as I was done sprinkling it into all three litterboxes, the two boys, Oliver and Harley came walking over, noses in the air sniffing.  They each climbed in a litter box and started digging around and then left.

I also have noticed a little bit of a difference in the litter box smell.  The Litter Getter does seem to be neutralizing the ammonia related odors!

Do you have any cats that need help finding the litter box?  Maybe you would like to donate a bottle to your local shelter?

The makers of Litter Getter,  Elkhorn Valley Animal Care, are going to give away one bottle to a lucky reader of Me, Him and the Cats! To enter, just use the Giveaway Tools form below!


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12 thoughts on “Litter Getter – the Litter Box Training Solution! #FreeProductReceived

  1. Shelbi Stockdale

    I am getting a new kitten today that my friend’s mom rescued. His tail was hurt really bad and he got sick and almost died.

  2. Kari P

    I have a 14 year old siamese who never used to have any problems with using the litter box until recently! I really hope that this would help her stop having the accidents outside of the box!

  3. jayedee

    under any circumstances but my present ones, i’d donate this, but i have 5 little fosterlings that someone dropped off, in a sealed box (in 95 degree heat) in my driveway. They had no idea what a litter box was and several are still having problems. they can’t go to their furrever homes until they’re spayed AND use the box reliably, so this would help us tremendously!
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  4. Debbie R

    I recently rescued two kittens who were abandoned at the side of the road. One of them is having trouble remembering where the little box is.

  5. christina barnes

    My mother-in-law could use this since she has a kitten and it doesn’t quite understand where to go to the bathroom!

  6. Cheryl Rahkonen

    I have a new cat (stray) that showed up and I would love to keep her in the house but we do have litter problems. Maybe this would help.

  7. Angela Cash

    I had thought I would keep it for the foster kitties that come through my home, but I really like your idea of donating to the shelter.


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