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There’s never been many innovations or changes in the world of cat litter; companies have made it lighter and more odor absorbent and some even contains new chemicals or scents to mask odors.

In the end, you’re buying the same clay litter that isn’t very healthy for your cat or the environment. That’s where CatSpot comes in, and adds a “fresh” take to the litter box game.

Let’s think green, people.

I know, we hear it everyday; slowly but surely we’re producing more and more waste in the world. CatSpot litter is completely organic, sustainable and biodegradable. Just thinking about 8 billion pounds of litter that is thrown away each year and dumped into landfills gives me the creeps; why not have a carbon footprint you’re (a little more) proud of? You can literally throw this litter in your yard and not even notice it; or do one better and use it as a fertilizer in your garden!

The definition of convenience.

Not only does CatSpot focus on keeping their litter healthy and organic, they deliver it to your door for free. I’m not kidding. Your litter shows up at your door every month; so no more running out or having to unexpectedly stop by the store when you’re wearing that embarrassing sweatshirt you would die to be seen in.

Your cat will love you more.

Alright I don’t know this for sure, but there’s a huge chance your cat will be happier after switching to CatSpot. Clay and other litters alike will often cause discomfort in your cats paws; this litter is soft to the touch and feels more natural to them in general. We even had one of our friends test it out for us (Einstein and Emmett are the cats making their debut in the pictures above), and her cats seem to be enjoying the new litter, and apparently enjoyed the box just as much. 🙂

Now, I don’t even have a cat, but after learning so much about this awesome product, I may just have to adopt one! If you’re loving this idea too, go to their website for more information.

Cindy Knebel

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Cindy Knebel
Cindy is a former Element 74 Project Manager and contributing author for the Element 74 blog.

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