[New Product] Train your cat to use the toilet with Litter Kwitter
If you have a cat, you’ve probably tried a few different brands of kitty litter hoping for a cleaner experience for you, your cat, and your home. Most promise to cover up odors, clump for easy clean-up, or be better for your cat’s health but in the end, there’s just no way to around it — litter boxes are nasty! They harbor bacteria and require seemingly endless cleaning. With a litter box in the house, there’s really no way to keep your home smelling fresh or to prevent your cat from tracking bits of dirty kitty litter all over. If you’ve been dreaming of a practical way to get rid of the litter box for good, the Litter Kwitter may be the ideal solution.
Litter box hazards in your home
No matter how hard you try, there’s no way to always keep your cat’s litter box clean, especially if you have more than one cat. Nasty odor is the most noticeable pitfall of having a litter box in your home, but the least dangerous. The real hazards of having a cat litter box are those that you cannot see, such as:
Bacteria – E. coli and salmonella can be transmitted through cat feces. Since cats dig in the cat box to cover up their waste, bacteria is easily spread throughout your home via furry little paws that find their way onto your favorite easy chair, sofa or even your pillow. Bacteria from kitty litter is especially hazardous if you have small children who are often crawling or playing on the floor, where dirty litter may be scattered.
Intestinal parasites – Roundworms and tapeworms may pass their eggs along through your cat’s stool. If you have multiple cats all sharing one litter box, these parasites can easily be passed from one cat to another. Dogs who find particular interest in the contents of the cat litter box may also become infected.
Toxoplasmosis – This disease can be passed from cat to human by way of fecal matter. While it doesn’t pose a serious threat to your cat’s health other than a brief bout of diarrhea, pregnant women are especially at risk as Toxoplasmosis may result in birth defects. It is also particularly dangerous for people who have a compromised immune system, as major brain infections could result. Recent studies have even suggested that the parasite responsible for Toxoplasmosis, Toxoplasma gondii, may also be responsible for cognitive and memory problems.
Feline Urethral Obstruction – A dirty litter box may make some cats avoid using it, causing them to "hold" their urine for as long as possible before going in the box. This can result in a potentially life-threatening condition where concentrated urine crystallizes and clogs the urethra, otherwise known as Feline Urethral Obstruction (FUO). This painful condition may lead to urinary tract infections, kidney failure, imbalance of electrolytes, vomiting, cardiac arrhythmia, lethargy, or even death if left untreated.
Litter Kwitter trains your cat to use the toilet
No, really! Your cat can learn to use the toilet with the amazing Litter Kwitter cat toilet training system. This easy-to-use kit has everything you need to train your cat to use the toilet in 8 weeks or less, so you can finally say goodbye to that nasty litter box.
The Litter Kwitter comes with a toilet seat-shaped litter pan that fits over your standard width toilet. Multi-stage removable training rings progressively get your cat accustomed to less litter. At the same time, your cat naturally learns to aim into the hole in the center of the rings.
Your cat will gradually become more comfortable with each stage of training until finally there is no need for any litter. He or she will be using the toilet just like every other member of your family.
The Litter Kwitter system comes with a universal base plate (a special kind of toilet seat that fits all standard width toilets), three color-coded training disks (Red, Amber, and Green), and a comprehensive instruction booklet accompanied by a 30-minute DVD with step-by-step training directions.
Almost any cat over the age of 3 months that is able to physically jump up onto the toilet seat and maintain balance can be toilet trained using the Litter Kwitter because it works with your cat’s natural instincts. By investing just a few weeks in toilet training your cat, you could save yourself years of litter box cleaning, hundreds of dollars in cat litter costs, and enjoy a cleaner, healthier, fresher smelling home.