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Thursday, May 16, 2013

All-Natural @LitterGetter Keeps Odours Away {#Giveaway} US/CAN, 5/30

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Aries The Cat turned 17-years old last month. That's around 3,789,324 human years.

While she hasn't had issues with not using her litter box, since we moved it, we now notice the smell.

When I heard about this product that states it helps keep your house odour-free and litter train cats, I wanted to tell you about it.



Litter Getter "The All Natural Litter Training Solution".

What is Litter Getter? Litter Getter is an all-natural mixture of herbs and plant extracts designed to bring problem cats back to the litter box and assist in training kittens.

It keeps the house smelling better by neutralizing ammonia-related odor by the inclusion of a yaccu extract. It also clumps with the cat litter making cleanup easier and is not harmful to people or pets.

The product looks and smells exactly as it should... a natural mixture of herbs. A pleasant tinge of sweetness was also present. I started with a fresh and full box of clumping litter and mixed in the recommended 1/4 bottle dose of Litter Getter (1/8 of the bottle for maintenance).

Four days later, and it still didn't smell bad. Yes, I put my head in her litter box. No, I didn't clean it for four days.

This fresh smell is exactly what we were going for as her litter box is in a high traffic area (the bathroom). It also appears to have kept down some of the dust that used to be floating around. Seeing as Ed has a lot of allergies, this is a great added benefit.

Just as I was putting her litter box in it's place, she started to use it so I had to run for my camera. Then I ran out of battery power stopped it to protect her modesty.

As you can see, she didn't hesitate or have any problems with using her new environment. That's great considering cats can sometimes be resistant to change.

Based on the recommended dosage, the bottle should last several months. Even longer if I clean it out regularly like I normally do.

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CONTEST DETAILS
Prize: One Container of Litter Getter {$25}.
Eligibility: USA and CANADA.
Duration: The contest will run from Thursday, May 16 until Thursday, May 30, 2013, inclusive.
Shipping: Included in the prize.
Entry Method: Rafflecopter Form.
Disclosure: Journeys of The Zoo received a copy of this product(s) that enabled us to complete this review.

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85 comments:

  1. i did not know they used to call cats mau

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  2. i learned there are all different types of cats in this world

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  3. michelle tremblettMay 16, 2013 at 8:09 AM

    When a cat would die a natural death, the whole household were the cat lived would shave their eyebrows as a gesture of grieve... thats interesting lol

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  4. I learned that in ancient Egypy, when a cat died, it was mummified.
    (Julie G.)

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  5. If a person harmed a cat (long, long time ago) they would face a severe punishment.... possibly even death!!!! Yeah for the good old days....(well, ok, maybe not death, but they should be punished).

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  6. Never knew that the Egyptians surrendered because of cats! Wow!!! Crazy the things we learn sometimes!

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    The ancient Egyptians called cats “Mau” and they rarely gave cats actual pet names.

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  8. I learned that cats were originally domesticated to take care of Egyptian's grain stores.

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  9. i learned that cats were sacred animals for ancient Egyptians

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  10. I learned that cats were mummified. Wow, I didn't know this! Lots of interesting facts

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  11. It's interesting that a household would shave their eyebrows when their cat died.

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  12. I learned that cats represented deities and so they were protected by various laws. If you would harm a cat you could be punished by death.

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  13. My daughter once did a project about ancient Egypt, so I did remember a lot of these facts. It's interesting to know how important cats were to ancient Egyptians!

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  14. I wish some of the laws like that they have now were a lot harsher like they were back then when somewhat harmed a cat!

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  15. kristy edgingtonMay 17, 2013 at 9:12 AM

    I learned the cats were mummified ,..interesting!!

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  16. When a cat died the members of his household would shave their eyebrows

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  17. If a person was to harm a cat, he could have faced a very harsh punishment such as death.

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  18. I learned that the ancient Egyptians called cats “Mau” and they rarely gave cats actual pet names.

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  19. Just like humans, cats were mummified. Since they were considered to be very special, cats a lot of times were sacrificed to the gods and goddesses they represented.

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  20. I learned that The story of human-cat relationship dates back to 2000 B.C.E.! I'm a cat sitter by the way and I literally have a hairless Sphinx cat sitting on me as a type this lol.

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  21. I learned that the Egyptians had to surrender their land in order to get their pet cats back. It's very interesting how important cats were the Egyptians.

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  22. Cats were mummified when they passed...

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  23. I learned that When a cat would die a natural death, the whole household were the cat lived would shave their eyebrows as a gesture of grieve.

    (Karla Sceviour)

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  24. Thousands of cat mummies were found along the Nile River.

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  25. I learned that there's a whole religion centered around worshipping and praising cats.
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  26. Hmmm I wonder if this would work for our Coca. If his litter isn't perfect to his specifications....he poops in my tub. It's not the worst place he can go, but it's the one downstairs, so I go to hop in the shower, and find a pile of cat presents. Not so nice.

    Thanks for linking up with the comment love again. I appreciate your support. Of course, I would love it if you would link up again.

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  27. I learned that Ancient Egyptians gave up land to the Persians for the return of their kidnapped cats!

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  28. I learned this: "Just like humans, cats were mummified."
    Cheers.

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  29. I learned that Egyptians first domesticated cats 4000 years ago.

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  30. i learned when a cat died the people in the house hold shaved their eyebrows this is very intresting and had the mumified i have 3 cats myself i thought having 1 cremated was sacraligical but mumifiied?

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  31. I learned that the story of human-cat relationship dates back to 2000 B.C.E.

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  32. This article reminded me that back in 4th grade, I had learned that cats used to be mummified in ancient Egypt.

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  33. ...learned that the story of human-cat relationship dates back to 2000 B.C. Wow. Cats are great. abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  34. I learned that cats became very helpful to humans due to their ability to hunt mice and snakes. That’s why Egyptians first domesticated kitties4000 years ago to take care of the grain stores.

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  35. I like that they have an advice page :)

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  36. Cats were sacred to Egyptians and they used to mummify them.

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  37. I learned that when Egyptians were at war with Persians, the Persian general decided to still as many cats as possible from the ancient Egyptians, and in order for them to get their precious meowing pets back; they had to surrender their land to the Persians.

    Thanks for the chance.

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  38. I learned that they called cats Mau.

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  39. When a cat would die a natural death, the whole household were the cat lived would shave their eyebrows as a gesture of grieve..

    Read more: http://www.journeysofthezoo.com/2013/05/litter-getter-natural-litter-training-giveaway.html#ixzz2TwrDqe4S

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  40. I learned that cats were mummified!

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  41. I learned he Egyptians had huge catteries were they bred cats for sacrifices.

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  42. Cats were mummified in ancient Egypt

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  43. I learned that I have to get another cat!

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  44. I learned that whoever kills a cat in Egypt is condemned to death, whether he committed this crime deliberately or not.

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  45. I found it very intresting that cats use to be mummified

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  46. yucca extract helps to neutralize pet odor

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  47. that cats were also mummified

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  48. Ancient Egyptians called cats Mau.

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  49. So cats can go on and be mummified along with the owners????

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  50. I learned that cats were first used to hunt mice and snakes.

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  51. Wow, what an interesting article. Now, I love my cat but when he passes from this world, I am keeping my eyebrows-my husband would look sort of cool with shaved eyebrows, though. :0) Also, the article states that if someone harmed a cat they could face the death penalty--around here there should be hundreds on death row. Litter Getter seems to be a great product. I would love to try it.

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  52. I learned that one of the deity Bast's form was the cat.

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  53. I have an 18-year-old cat. She has short black hair with a white underlayer. She reminded me of Egypt and I combined the names Sheba and Bast to make Shebat.

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  54. I knew about cat being called Bast in Egypt. I believe they were first tigers or lions, something like that... but it was changed to the 'small' cats that were worshipped. Cool product though, would be interesting to see how it works with urine smell.

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  55. Litter Getter is an all-natural mixture of herbs and plant extracts, that's is a good thing.....

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  56. I learned that the ancient Egyptians called cats “Mau” and they rarely gave cats actual pet names.

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  57. I learned that in ancient Egypt if a person harmed a cat he could have faced a very harsh punishment such as death.

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  58. i love my cats but hate the smell of litter box, this sounds like the perfect solution to my not so little problem

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  59. I learned this Historical fact: when Egyptians were at war with Persians, the Persian general decided to still as many cats as possible from the ancient Egyptians, and in order for them to get their precious meowing pets back; they had to surrender their land to the Persians. That’s how Egyptians lost their land to Persians. No other culture is probably more attached to animals like the ancient Egyptians were attached to cats.

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  60. I learned that cats were called Mau and that they were mummified.

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  61. I learned the Persians got land by kidnapping and ransoming Egyptian cats.

    Thanks!
    Jayme H.

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  62. Oh my.........I learned that when a cat died the whole household where the cat lived would shave their eyebrows as a gesture of grief. I'll bet they had some funny looking residents!

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  63. I learned that cats were mummified.

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  64. Cats were originally use to protect Egypts's grain stores
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  65. I learned they were serious about cat theft. They would hunt down anyone who stole the cat out of the country.

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  66. When a cat would die a natural death, the whole household where the cat lived would shave their eyebrows. Wow! I really love my cat but that is weird!

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  67. Cats were valued by the egyptians for their mousing and ratting capabilities.

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  68. cats were mummified like people

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  69. I had no idea that cats were considered sacred, ours are considered evil at times, when they try to trip you going downstairs. lol

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  70. When a cat died of natural causes in early Egyptian times everyone living in the household where the cat lived shaved their eyebrows off to show their grief.Wow these are amazing facts to learn!

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  71. I learned you need to praise your cat for doing the right thing.

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  72. Cats were mummified in ancient Egypt

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  73. Great review! Think I will purchase!!

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  74. I learned that this product helps attract cats back to litter box - with 2 cats and some issues with accidents outside the box, we need this!

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  75. The cat was helpful for their ability to hunt mice and snakes.

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  76. I learned that in Egypt if a person was to harm a cat, he could have faced a very harsh punishment - such as death.

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  77. I learned that cats were considered sacred by the ancient Egyptians. I like that the ammonia smell is neutralized by the product, one of my personal objections to our having a cat in the house.

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  78. a whole religion existed that centered on worshiping and praising cats in 3100 B.C. Egypt.

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  79. I knew cats were worshipped but didn't know they were mummified.

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  80. Wow egypt..cats....i praise my cats like that!

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  81. Set an example for your cat. Find a properly sized litter pan. Your cat should be able to easily get in and out of the pan. Show your cat where the litter pan is and give them time to sniff it out. Try using your fingers to move the litter around to show your cat what to do.

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  82. Thank you so much! I am super excited to be your winner! Love our Zoo animals!!!

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