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Litter Pearls Micro Crystals

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone?  We have another great addition to our Pets on Parade Event At the Fence!  The Litter Pearls Micro Crystals! This product is from Ultra Pet

This Cat Litter doesn't clump!  It is made of silica gel that absorbs the moisture and traps bacteria inside the crystals.  A 7lb. Bag of Litter Pearls Micro Crystals should last for two months (for one cat).  All it needs is proper daily maintenance which is ... removing the feces and stirring through the contents in the litter box especially on the bottom (this lets the crystals to release a moisture so that they can be used over and over).  Be sure to read their page about silica gel and why it works.

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When my eleven year old daughter started to open this she said "Hey, this looks like Cotton Candy!".  She thinks it is hilarious!  It is pale blue in color and is completely unscented, no chemicals added.  I personally have been impressed because sometimes when "someone" forgets to clean the litter box daily, it begins to have an odor.  I have not noticed this at all with the Litter Pearls Micro Crystals.  I also like that it is 99% dust free.  Several of us have allergy problems and dust seems to affect us.  No one is allergic to pets though!

They also have a rewards program.  Start collecting the UPC labels from the bottom of the bags and once you have 6 labels you are set to go.  Print off the Rewards Club form and send them in.  You will receive a coupon for one free bag of litter.

You can also enter the Ultra Pet, Pet of the Month Contest.  You can send in a picture of your cat and each month a winner is chosen to receive a prize.  Right now you can win a free year supply of Ultra Pearls or Litter Pearls.

The winner of this giveaway will receive a 6-month supply of litter for one cat from Ultra Pet.  Hurry up and enter!

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Amy Orvin said…
I learned that Silica gel is non-toxic and non-flammable.
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tawndam said…
I already re-use all those canisters from pill bottles to keep salt & such free-flowing... but I'd have never thought of this! (the packets are wonderful in a trumpet case, too! just ask my daughter who was in marching band for several years... lol) What I DIDN'T know was "Once saturated with water, the silica gel can be regenerated by heating it to 120 °C (250 °F) for two hours."
Cat litter... just makes me stop in my mental tracks and say "What??" Gotta see for myself! LOL
Brandi Elam said…
I learned that it's non toxic and non flammable.
Momma Told Me said…
I learned it's not flammable and 99% dust free!
MELINA said…
silica absorbs water readily
Anne N. said…
I like how it traps the odor-causing bacteria inside its pores.
Unknown said…
Similar in feature to a sponge
MamaStace said…
I learned that it is non-toxic, non-flammable, and non-reactive


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