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Allegedly some cats eat the pellets of the Tidy Cats Breeze Litter System — 6 Comments

  1. Through adoption we took a male long haired orange tabby kitten. He was about 8 weeks old when we got him. Little Buddy was his name and he was a true joy to have in our family. We fed him Whiskas milk to him and pate food. He was doing great, but fate eating one evening he began vomiting all of his food. There was some blood, as well. After three days with only water and a little milk he began recovering. We had the Tidy cats Breeze system and I witnessed him kicking pellets out of the box to play with them. I’d collect them up and put them back, but then he started eating them. After a few days I took the Breeze system out and put a regular litter box in for the cat. A few weeks went by and after eating and playing one evening he became very lethargic. It was a Saturday, so he went to the vet Monday morning. By late afternoon the vet called and said his organs are all failing, his liver, kidneys, etc. and he’ll have to be put down. I was devastated. He was gone that night. I looked up the data sheet on the Breeze pellets and the main ingredient is silica. I knew there had to be a tie. My belief is the pellets were eaten and slowly breaking down in his intestines, but the silica was reeking havoc with his organs. The silica will cut the tissues and leave scars everywhere. He was dying. So we had to put him down. I blamed myself, but actually, I think Tidy Cats knows there are issues with these pellets and they do not know how to correct the problem. So, I would never buy that litter system or those pellets again.

    • Thank you Jeff for commenting and I’m terribly sad to read your story. I really am. It is very tragic and I’m convinced that it was the silica in this Letter. This Letter should not be for sale in my opinion. There is another page on this website and the information on that page comes from an employee of the company who makes this litter and he confirms what you have written.

  2. I started with the Tidy cat breeze system. I noticed my cat was attracted to the pellets and would eat them. She developed a blockage in her intestines. After $600 in vet bills I was told she required emergency surgery at a cost between $5100 to $6500. I could not afford this and I had to make the horrible decision of putting her down. I was devastated and still feel horribly guilty

  3. Here are x Ray’s this crap needs to be removed. My boy maine coon will be in the hospital for at least 3 to 4 more days breeze litter is dangerous it takes on the smell of there food from the poop. This then gets them eating large amounts of it.

  4. I am going through this now my cat ate the breeze cat pellets. He is in the hospital getting blood transfusions due to it making him anemic. I’m up t 4,000 in vet Bill’s this litter needs to be removed. The customer service said the same thing it will pass it does not. This product is toxic.

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