Does You Have to Lift Weights to Lift Cat Litter?


Does You Have to Lift Weights to Lift Cat Litter?

We have two crazy big fur balls in our house named Mocha and Jasper. They are a joy to have around… for entertainment, companionship and I simply enjoy petting and snuggling with them (funny how relaxing it is!).

I enjoy just about everything about them…. except the cat litter.

Cleaning it out… gag. Stinky, messy and gross.

Buying it? Oh, don’t get me started.

Purchasing cat litter is a huge chore for me. To buy enough to handle these two big guys I should be (or should hire) a weight lifter to carry it in. I tend to purchase it at a “club” to get more bang for my buck… but moving 40 or 50 pound boxes around is not easy for me. I get around this by having my 16 year old son carry in the boxes…

but what if there is another alternative?

Tidy Cats heard our “cry”… they have a new litter called Tidy Cats Lightweight Litter.

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All the strength, half the weight™

The lightweight revolution is here! Introducing new Tidy Cats® Lightweight 24/7 Performance® Litter, available at Walmart!

Tidy Cats® Lightweight 24/7 Performance® Litter is 50% lighter than the leading scooping litter. All the strength & half the weight.™

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  1. Julie Wood says

    That is what I do not like is the heavy cat litter that I have to get for my cat. I need to try this cat litter, and see how much better it is. Anything that keeps me from having to lug big sacks of cat litter is better for my back.

  2. My daughter has to do the liter duty. lol (Our 17 yr old adopted a kitty named Ollie.) Thanks for sharing.

  3. Tara Liebing says

    I completely agree, cat litter is so heavy to move around. I didn’t know Tidy cays had a light weight litter. I’ll have to check it out thanks!

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