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What Every Mom Should Know Before Cleaning Their Cat Litter Box

What Every Mom Should Know Before Cleaning Their Cat Litter Box

 

 

Whether you’re a single cat mom or have a human family, toilet needs can cause annoyance, frustration, and even anger. But while toddlers can eventually be toilet trained, it can be hard explaining to your cat that they need to cover their waste and not just kick debris all over the bathroom floor. Besides being unsightly, the number one complaint about a cat’s litter box is the smell. No matter how often you may scoop it, it can still smell bad.  This not only is annoying, but it can also cause embarrassment when you have guests over. And that’s on top of dumping out all the litter once a week, disinfecting with water and vinegar, and then pouring in fresh litter.

Repeat this process every week for the entire life of your cat (average of 14-16 years) and that’s a whole lot of cat litter, multiplied by the number of cats who own you. But can there be a better way to manage your cat’s litter box, allowing both you and your and family to stay healthy and happy?

Not Just a Litter Deodorizer But an Odor Neutralizer. Perhaps you’ve currently been pouring baking soda into your cat’s box to neutralize odors. That’s great, except the cost can add up. There are also litterbox deodorizers on the market. But all these do is mask the odor. If you have guests arriving any minute, a litter box deodorizer works well when you don’t have time to dump the box and scrub it, but there is a better way to have your cat’s litter box (or litter boxes if you have more than one cat) a much better way. Imagine walking into the bathroom (or wherever your cat’s box is) and smelling only fresh clean air. A cat lover can only dream? Well, that was until a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer came on the market.

What Is a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer?

Well, in short: while a deodorizer works to mask the scent, a neutralizer removes that harsh stinky smell. Let me explain this a little bit more…

The bad smell in cat urine is ammonia and something that is excreted by every living human and animal on the planet. The Romans figured out a flush toilet for us, but most cats can’t figure out how to use it. That’s why the litter box was invented for consumer sales back in 1947, though some people might already have been setting cardboard boxes indoors for their cat. Sand was the first cat litter used and eventually evolved into what we have today.

The odor neutralizer eats up the ammonia waste so that it is gone from the cat litter. This means that there is no bad smell left, nor is there any scent to mask bad smells, which obviously are no longer needed.

Why Is a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer More Effective Than What You Can Buy Now?

Right now you can buy odor deodorizers that work to absorb the urine in the litter box. Then they mask the ammonia from the urine with a scent.

This doesn’t exactly work all that well. For one, you’re not fooling your cat. They can still smell the stinky ammonia, and if you know cats, you know how they can take revenge on your floor, your shoes, or even the bed!

Also consider what they’re masking the smell with. A popular odor neutralizer on the market contains lavender which is a common odor-masker. It’s also one of the number one favorite scents for men and woman around the world.

Do you really want to ruin the smell of lavender? Because that’s what happens when you mix it with ammonia. Now you’ll have to find another favorite scent.

A Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer works differently than a deodorizer. Instead of masking the scent, it absorbs and breaks down the ammonia. No ammonia means no bad smell.

Not only does this make the litter box safer for your cat, but for your family as well.

How A Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer Works

Inside a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer are a family of 5 related microbes. These occur naturally in nature and are harmless to cats, other pets, humans, and plants. Just think about all the healthy bacteria and microorganisms that live on your skin right now. They keep your skin happy and healthy. Our odor neutralizer is similar to that.
 

You’ll first add the Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer to your cat’s litter. After your cat uses the box, these microbes will consume the moisture in the urine as part of its nutritional needs.

Like all life, once it consumes ammonia, it’ll expel it back into the box. What remains is a bi-product that consists of carbon dioxide and water. The process can be likened to when plants take in carbon dioxide and expel oxygen, but it’s just in reverse to the odor neutralizer.

Basically, the ammonia in the urine is eliminated. That means, no litter box smell is left.

A Time Saver!

Chances are you have a partner, children, cats, and other pets, on top of your full-time career or small business. Using a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer can help you to save both money and best of all, time! instead of looking after a stinky cat box, you’ll be able to spend more moments with your family.

A Money Saver!

The price might surprise you. It costs only $8 per 1.4 lbs. While actual savings may vary, depending on how often your cat uses the box, how many cats own you, and how often you clean, this cost is about $8 per 30 days (!). You can save from having to change your cat’s litter from once a week or every two weeks, to only once a month now. Now that is what I call a huge money and time-saver!

Like most of us we don’t want to spend too much money, if possible, right? That’s why it’s important to find ways to save on the household items we use. A Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer can help you to save money on cat litter by decreasing the amount you need by about half.

Let Me Tell You a Little Secret

Have you ever watched your cat approach their litter box? They’ll take a tentative sniff. They need to know that this is their box, and that no other cat has used it.

Did you know that your cat doesn’t expect a stink-free box? Cats like their litter boxes to smell like them. It’s how they differentiate their box from other cats in the household. But no, they don’t want it to reek and smell horrible either.

This is why a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer works so perfectly. You won’t need to dump the cat litter once a week. Not only can you save money, but you and your cat(s) will be happy.

For the Health of You & Your Family

Did you know that ammonia can be harmful to your family? Breathing in the accumulated fumes can actually cause dizziness or even unconsciousness. While it’s rare that’s going to happen with a cat box, we know that some cat owners neglect their cat’s box for weeks on end.

Some people with additional lung issues, such as the very young or the elderly, may also suffer additional problems from sniffing ammonia. Those with pneumonia, asthma, COPD, and bronchitis may find it more difficult to breath.

In order to have a happy and safe family, it’s important to scoop your cat box up to 3 times a day, and to add a good odor neutralizer that can neutralize the ammonia. So instead of neglecting your cat’s box, do something about it with a Litter Odor Neutralizer.

Saving the Environment

By now you’ve heard the horror stories. The planet isn’t going to be around for much longer. What sort of legacy are you creating for your children? You want them to breath fresh air and enjoy the scenery when they’re older. That’s why you must take first steps in preserving the environment and reducing waste around the home. 

A Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer is a natural and safe way to treat your cat’s stinky litter box. It also enables your cat litter to last for longer, decreasing the waste that ends up in the landfill. While actual results may vary, the amount of cat litter used in the USA by our customers can be cut in half. Right now most people do a full change of their cat’s litter box every one to two weeks, but on average you’ll now be able to do this once every 30 days with A Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer.

When you purchase a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer you can feel happy and confident that you’re doing all you can for the planet and your children’s future.

7 Steps to a Great Smelling Cat Bathroom

Follow these 7 steps to have a great smelling bathroom that both you and your cat can share!

1. Choose an idea location. Many people hesitate to place a cat box in their own bathroom, but it’s really no different than dealing with bad human smells too. It’s also a lot simpler to manage the box. Many people like to keep their cat’s box in their own bathroom. After you use the toilet you can also scoop the cat’s box. During a busy day, this is a more effective way to manage your time.

2. Brand new box every 2-3 years. No matter how hard you scrub or what cat-safe disinfectant you use to clean your cat’s box, eventually harmful bacteria and micro-organisms can get trapped in the scratches. It’s recommended you toss out (place in plastic recycling) your cat’s box and buy them a brand new one every 2-3 years.

3. One cat per box. Many pet owners are tempted to just have one box for multiple cats. But experts recommend one box per cat. Cats like to have their own box, with less likelihood that a cat will have accidents around the house, because their dominant sibling decided to scare them away.

4. Buy your fave cat litter. Some cat litters are better than others. Any type of cat litter will work with a Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer.

5. Purchase Mr Ros Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer. Once you’ve cleaned your cat box and poured in fresh litter, add the odor neutralizer. Simply open up the package and sprinkle the entire contents into the box. You don’t even have to mix it in, your cat will do it. They love to kick their cat litter around.

6. Scoop 3 times a day. This is about the average number of times that your cat will use the box, particularly if they enjoy pooping and peeing at separate times. (Cats can be weird!)

7. Enjoy fresh smelling air. Once you start using Mr Ros Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer you’ll wonder how you ever did without it before. Just reapply once every month, after you wash your cat’s box out and replace with fresh litter.

Have you ever read the funny cat stories from the USA? Roommates, landlords, and spouses can all fight over cats. Often it’s either them or the cat that goes. Well, you know the rest. The cat always stays!

Cats are family and we love them wholeheartedly. But, sometimes they can get stinky and messy (so can humans!). But there’s no need to suffer in silence. There are real solutions on the market today to solve all your problems. Fortunately, Mr Ros Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer can solve your worst cat problems.

Not only will you save time and money, but you’ll be able to bond even more closely with your cat after ordering your first package of Mr Ros Cat Litter Odor Neutralizer. Can’t wait? Order now www.mrros.com OR www.amazon.com Read reviews on Amazon.com.

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All You Need to know About Dry Skin on Dogs

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Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

The fish oil industry could lead to the collapse of certain species and we can’t even prove omega-3 supplements are as beneficial as we think they are.

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In the pursuit of optimal health, we all have our habits. If you’re like about 10 percent of US adults, your death-cheating trick of choice is taking a little, oily pill: an omega-3 fatty acid supplement typically extracted from fish or shellfish.

Omega-3 supplements are the third most popular dietary supplement in the country, surpassed only by vitamins and minerals. They’ve been snapped up by Americans—and people around the world—with hopes of lessening their risk of heart disease and stroke, keeping their minds sharp, improving eye health, and a number of other uses.

Although we love our fish oil, recent research has suggested that omega-3 fatty acids—at least when they come in a supplement form—may not be as beneficial as pill-poppers would like to believe. Last month, a comprehensive review of 79 of the best conducted experiments on the supplement’s health benefits concluded that they make “little to no difference” on outcomes of premature death due to heart disease or stroke. And while the scientific consensus supports omega-3s’ positive effects on brain health and cognition, evidence suggests that obtaining the fatty acids from their whole food sources (like fish, nuts, and seeds) might be more effective than seeking them in isolated supplements.

And there are other, bigger reasons to question their use. As author Paul Greenberg explores in his most recent book, The Omega Principle, our taste for fish oil is destroying ocean life as we grind down tiny organisms such as krill, sardines, and anchovies to pack into those supposedly life-giving pills. The base of the ocean food chain, these critters perish by the millions of metric tons each year to satisfy our growing desire for fish oil, disrupting the food supply of important predator species including cod, tuna, and whales.

We spoke with Greenberg about our omega-3 obsession and whether we’re on course to empty our oceans in the pursuit of the perfect pill.

TONIC: How did our fixation on omega-3s begin?

Paul Greenberg: Before the rise of the supplement industry, interest in cod liver oil actually goes way back before we knew that omega-3 was good for the heart or brain. The oil’s healthful properties were identified in the 19th century, as a cure for rickets, which is caused by a deficiency of vitamin D. Cod liver oil became a major industry in Norway and, from a clinical point of view, there was a very positive feeling around fish oil.

In the 40s and 50s, in the wake of all the discoveries about vitamins and minerals, there really weren’t that many nutrient categories left to research. So researchers were like, “Well, let’s look at the fats.”


One very important development happened in the 70s, when two Danish doctors, Hans Olaf Bang and Jørn Dyerberg, went to Greenland because they’d read there were very low levels of cardiovascular disease among the Inuit eating seals and whales and fish. When they did blood lipid analyses of Inuit samples, they found very high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and formed a hypothesis that omega-3s might be responsible for the lower levels of coronary heart disease among Greenland Inuit.

This created excitement in the research community and later, in the late 80s/early 90s, the first pharmaceutical grade omega-3 supplement hit the market.

What are some of the ways that the market for omega-3 supplements is disrupting food chains in the oceans?

PG: What I learned is that solar radiation drives the entire ocean life cycle—just like on land—but the ocean works differently. The grass of the ocean is plankton, which takes solar energy and transforms it into molecular bonds. All that energy would remain locked up in the plankton if not for the little fish that come along and eat it [then bigger fish eat them]. Fewer “forage” fish can mean a simpler and less productive ecosystem—and forage fish are being removed from marine ecosystems at high levels all around the world.

Many people are familiar with the book Cod by Mark Kurlansky. When I was working on my book, I circled back with some of the sources in Mark’s book, and what I learned about the collapse of the cod population that he describes was that not all of the collapse was due to overfishing of cod—it was the overfishing of what the cod ate that might have done greater damage. Cod eat these small fish called capelin, which are commonly used for fish meal and fish oil. A similar thing occurred in the 70s and early 80s, when the American striped bass population collapsed. It can be argued that part of that collapse was due to a reduction in their prey, menhaden, which is also ‘“reduced” into animal feed and dietary supplements.

What advice do you give people who want to get the potential health benefits of omega-3s, but don’t want to be implicated in the destruction of our oceans?

PG: If you want to take a supplement, go for one that’s made from algae. No fish have to be killed, and it’s a very sustainable way of producing omega-3s. There are also supplements that aren’t based on the giant reduction industry that produces most fish oil, but rather on fish waste. There’s a very good brand called Pure Alaska Omega that uses off cuts from the salmon industry in Alaska. (See Marine Phytoplankton by Mr Ros for algae instead of fish oil – Red.)

Actually, Martha Stewart inspired this product. She was visiting the salmon smokehouse at this facility, which is owned by an Italian American guy named Sandro Lane. She saw all these salmon heads and guts strewn all over the place and she said, “Can’t you do something with all this?” As an Italian, Sandro was familiar with the concept of cold-pressing olives for olive oil, so he started doing the same thing with the salmon viscera. The salmon are kept chilled for the entirety of the catch cycle, which means the oil is much less likely to oxidize. Once it oxidizes, it’s more or less useless to human health.

But another thing you can do to reap the benefits of omega-3s is to simply include more oily fish in your diet. We can direct our dollars toward fishermen who catch food fish, instead of toward the supplement industry. A fisherman that is fishing for human consumption is much more likely to get more dollars per pound than a fisherman trying to catch fish for industrial reduction. So if you can find them, try to buy Peruvian anchovies and help direct fisherman away from the reduction industry and toward the market for human consumption.

The world’s largest single fishery is the Peruvian anchoveta, or anchovy: 2 to 5 million metric tons of anchovies are caught per year, and more than 95 percent of those fish go into reduction cookers. This fish is completely edible and just as delicious as any anchovy.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

 

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Keeping Your Dog Healthy

Your dog is more than just a pet, they’re a member of your family! Just like any family member, you want to make certain your furry friend is happy and healthy. Keeping your pets healthy is important since they can’t always speak for themselves when they’re not feeling well. If you’re worried about your dog’s health, here are a few things you can do to make certain they’re as healthy as possible.

Make Sure They’re Eating Right

Are you feeding your dog the correct amount of food? A study published by the American Chemical Society entitled “Metabonomic Investigations of Aging and Caloric Restriction in a Life-Long Dog Study” actually showed that dogs who ate about 25 percent less than what most vets and pet food manufacturers recommended lived on average two years longer than other dogs. This means that just like people, dogs who are a healthy weight live longer and have fewer health issues.

It’s also important to remember that dogs don’t have the same health needs as humans. Feeding your dog table scraps is often much worse than giving him too much dog food. Human food often contains much more sodium, sugars, and other things that are not good for your pets.

Finally, be sure the dog food you’re feeding your pet is actually good for them. Some of the cheaper dog foods don’t contain that much actual meat. Any dog foods that are high in corn or wheat gluten, food dyes, or BHA/BHT should be avoided.

Exercise Is Important, too

Of course, just like with humans, exercise is also a very important part of staying healthy. You need to make certain your dog gets the exercise they need on a regular basis. That means you have to go out walking more than once every few weeks. You need to walk your dog at least a few times a week plus give them space to run around. If your dog is kept in the house all day, you’ll need to offer them some way of exercising when you get home. If you don’t have a backyard, that means you need to take them walking or to the dog park regularly.

Exercise does more than just help your dog maintain a healthy weight. It also helps them feel less stressed and have fun. It also has some great benefits for you, too, since it gets you to exercise.

Look into Supplements

There are also some very beneficial supplements you can give to your dog to keep them healthy. Of course, as with food, you want to make certain that you’re feeding your dog the best supplements possible. For example, fish oil supplements aren’t exactly good for your pets. One of the best supplements available for dogs is marine phytoplankton. This supplement will help keep your dog’s coat shiny, boost their immune system, and help keep their heart, brain, eyes, and skin healthy. It’s high in omega-3 fatty acids, a vital supplement.

Then there’s sunflower lecithin. This type of fatty substance can be found naturally in sunflowers, and it helps with cholesterol and boost the circulatory and nervous systems. While some supplements include soy lecithin, sunflower lecithin actually has a number of benefits over soy. It contains no chemicals, is high in choline and other fatty acids, and won’t cause any type of allergic reaction.

These are just a few ways of keeping your dog happy and healthy. With a good diet, exercise, and the right supplements, your furry friend will avoid many of the common health issues dogs face as they age.

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