Pearls Cat Litter Club Beautiful Design
As with any new cat litter it is very important to introduce it gradually. Cats are not excited about litter changes so whenever introducing any new cat litter it is recommended that you incorporate some portion of the old litter to encourage cat’s trial. It may even be best to incorporate some clumps of waste or used litter from the currently used box during the first couple days. A 50% new on bottom / 50% old on top mix best for the first month gradually stirring the litters to mix and let the cat get used to the texture and sounds of the new litter. By the time you get to the start of month 2 the silica gel litter should be the only litter in the box with complete cat acceptance. You may also find it helpful to place the cat in the box after changing to pearls and comfort them into trying the texture and sound. Pearls may have more sound as they shift as the cat walks.
Litter Pearls work by soaking up cat urine and absorbing the moisture and odor from solid waste, he said. The water starts evaporating almost immediately, but the odor-causing molecules remain trapped inside the pearls. Within a day or two, all the moisture in an individual pearl is gone, and it's ready to reabsorb again.
It goes by names such as Crystal Clear Litter Pearls, Ultra Pearls and Pearl Fresh, and is touted as the biggest advance in cat hygiene and odor control since clumping litter was first sold a dozen years ago.So surely you can see why I’m more than willing to spend the extra three American dollars on your competitor’s product. I wouldn’t use Ultra Pearls, The Ultimate Cat Litter, if it was free. Not if you paid me, even. The only way you could maybe get me to consider using your product again is if you included a coupon for a free roll in the hay with Owen Wilson. And even then, he’d have to be wearing a tight tee shirt, and jumping out of a giant cake. Yellow cake with chocolate frosting.All the cat owner needs to do is remove the dried-out solid waste. Schlueter recommends doing that daily. Because the pearls don't clump like other litters, there's no need to add more litter to the box.Another problem is that when a cat tracks or knocks Litter Pearls out of its litter box, the beads can roll a long way (covered boxes or mats underneath reduce the problem). While regular litter tracked to other parts of the home might look like sand, a Litter Pearl in another room is clearly a Litter Pearl. To address that problem, Harvest Ventures just introduced a version with a shape that doesn't roll as easily.For one thing, Litter Pearls is pricey. A four-pound package typically sells for $9.99 to $11.99, compared with about $2.50 to $5 for a 20-pound bag of regular clay litter. Schlueter said his product is more economical because one bag of Litter Pearls normally lasts a month, whereas a cat owner might have to lug home up to 30 or 40 pounds of regular or clumping litter a month.Pearls are made of sodium silicate sand which is processed into either bead or granular silica gel. Some people confuse silica gel cat litter with crystalline silicate. Crystalline silicate is a form of Quartz, a mineral found in some clays and dirt, that have been shown to harmful. There is NO crystalline silicate in silica gel litters.