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The holidays are a time to gather with those near and dear — including your favorite feline friend. However, for some pet parents that means trying to disguise embarrassing litter box odors before sending out any holiday invites. This year, Swheat Scoop® wants feline fans to think inside the box, the litter box that is. With this 100% natural clumping kitty litter, it’s easy to prevent odors before they start and enjoy the holiday season to the fullest with their feline.
Swheat Scoop is made with naturally processed wheat that utilizes the natural enzymes to eliminate litter box odors. This litter’s natural wheat starches form firm, solid clumps fast when they come in contact with moisture. Pet parents who choose Swheat Scoop can look forward to low dust and less tracking. These qualities also make cleaning up after kitty minimal and hassle free. And when there’s no mess and no odor, holiday guests will be shocked when your cat makes its grand entrance.
The first chemical-free litter of its kind, Swheat Scoop has remained a trusted brand for nearly two decades. Unlike clay litters that are mined and never decompose, Swheat Scoop is 100% biodegradable. Mark Hughes, National Sales and Marketing Manager for Pet Care Systems, comments, “We at Pet Care Systems have made it our mission to provide a product that’s both extremely effective and environmentally conscious. We think we’ve hit the mark with Swheat Scoop.”
Recently reformulated, the Original and Multi-Cat Swheat Scoop litter options eliminate odors better, clump faster and last even longer than before. And now, Swheat Scoop is also available in a new Lightly Scented formula. It has a natural, outdoor-fresh scent cats and their owners are sure to love. Look for Swheat Scoop at your preferred pet product retailer before your next holiday gathering and start 2013 on the right paw.
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