Expert TipsBe patient. BREEZE Litter System is very different from traditional litter boxes, and some cats may take longer than others to make the switch.• Don’t force your cats into the BREEZE box as this could frighten them. Let them explore on their own. It’s important they make the choice to use it.• Set up BREEZE right beside their previous box. Putting it in the same location helps minimize the change your cats are experiencing.• Give your cats space. Let them explore the new box on their own. Even cats prefer a little privacy when they are doing their business!Animal behaviorists recommend multiple cat households have multiple litter boxes: one system per cat, plus one additional system (2 cats = 3 litter systems). Simple Setup and Maintenance1. Snap the sidewall onto the grated base.2. Place a cat pad (soft side up) in the BREEZE litter system drawer and side into the base3. Fill the top portion of the box with one package of litter pellets.4. Scoop out solid waste and dispose of daily. Note: Pellets do not clump.5. Add more pellets as needed. We recommend that you replace the pellets completely once a month.6. Slide drawer out to replace disposable pad. Drawer can be rotated without touching the pad to extend pad life. Transitioning Your Cats Successfully1. Set up your new BREEZE Litter System next to your current litter box. If you don’t currently use a litter box with high sides or a top, remove the BREEZE sidewall for now.2. Move some clumps and solid waste from your current box to the clean BREEZE system. This will help your cats recognize their new bathroom. Once they start using the BREEZE box, you can remove the clumps and solid waste.3. Stop cleaning the old litter box. Cats like clean, so make the new BREEZE box the most appealing option by not scooping the old box. Sounds gross, but this step is key to a successful transition.4. Toss out that old box completely once your cats have started using the BREEZE system for all of their potty needs.
Always refer to the actual package for the most accurate information