93% of Cat Owners Struggle To Choose When It Comes to Their Cat’s 1s and 2s
Whether you’re a new cat owner or a long-time litter user, the world of cat litter can be confusing and selecting the right litter to suit your needs and your cat’s preferences isn’t always an easy task.
Kittens are adorable, playful balls of fluff but they’ll also start producing 1s and 2s from the get-go, so you need to get your potty training squared away from the start. But with a range of litter materials from wood to paper, clay to silica and even tofu on offer, which is going to be best now and when they are a bit older?
With so many types of litter on offer, it’s no surprise that in a study of cat owners, we discovered that a massive 93% of them have tried different types of cat litter before their current choice. Does this sound like you?
In the survey, we discovered 54% of the respondents reported that they think their cats might be picky about the litter they put down for them. As well as feline fussiness, cat owners are also disappointed with litters they are trialing and as a result have to spend more time and money on finding the perfect match for them and their cat.
Now, to tackle this difficult decision, we are launching a collection of 5 easy to understand, high performance cat litters. Simply named 1, 2, 3, 4,5, the colorful collection offers 5 proven materials for you to choose from: Silica, Tofu, Pine, Clay and Paper. Don’t worry about figuring out the differences to make your choice, this handy Cat Litter Generator will deliver two expert recommendations for you to narrow down the decision-making process.
Omlet’s Head of Marketing, Johannes Paul, says: At Omlet, we’re striving to make choosing cat litter as easy as 1, 2, 3! This new collection really takes the guesswork out of a major choice for so many cat owners, and we hope it will save our customers from lots of disappointment and wasted time.
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Learn more about the cat litters in the Omlet collection…
Ultra Hygienic & Absorbent
No. 1 Silica Cat Litter is made from small sand particles that are extremely absorbent to reduce moisture and odor, keeping it fresh and hygienic for longer. Not only do these small grains absorb and dry faster than other litters, but their fine nature also means the litter doesn’t stick to paws and get tracked around your home. The clumping cat litter is also easy to spot clean to improve longevity.
Clumping & Compostable
No. 2 Tofu Cat Litter is made from crushed tofu and is very effective at neutralizing odors thanks to an active carbon composition that traps bad smells. The clumping cat litter is also highly absorbent, reducing waste and keeping the litter tray fresher for longer! Crushed tofu is biodegradable and can be composted, for easy and planet friendly disposal.
Fresh Scent & 100% Biodegradable
No. 3 Pine Cat Litter will transform the litter tray with the sweet scent of fresh wood, plus it’s 100% biodegradable and compostable, making it a friendly option for both your cat and the environment! The large wood pellets are highly absorbent, offering long lasting freshness with outstanding odor control, and also minimizing waste and cleaning time.
Long Lasting & Low Waste
No. 4 Clay Cat Litter is made of highly absorbent bentonite clay balls with active carbon particles for extreme odor control. The supreme power of this clumping cat litter makes spot cleaning after use extremely quick and easy. This not only improves the general hygiene and freshness of cat litter trays, but also minimizes wastage and improves longevity.
Non-Clumping & Perfect for Kittens
No. 5 Paper Cat Litter is made from recycled newspaper pellets with natural odor and moisture absorbing properties. Not only is paper environmentally friendly and biodegradable, it also stays fresher for longer and minimizes waste. The lightweight bag is super easy to handle, and its non-clumping nature makes it a perfect option for younger cats, as it’s softer on paws and safer on tummies.
Omlet Cat Litter is now available exclusively from Omlet.us, priced between $9.99 and $15.99.
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