Help the Earth with Catalyst Soft Wood Cat Litter

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Pets are part of our family, and we want to make sure that they are very well taken care of. Finding the right cat litter for cats can be tricky, and if I have the chance to help the environment I all for it! This litter keeps the smells away that normal cat litter would allow, and it is upcycled soft wood which is better for our planet Earth. 

Love your pet and change the planet at the same time. Catalyst Pet is a new, completely sustainable, high-performance cat litter
made with upcycled soft wood – making it both a superior cat litter and an opportunity to care for the earth.

Catalyst solves this problem because it is biodegradable and does not require precious resources for its manufacture. In fact, the upcycled soft wood fiber used to make the litter is collected from wood processing facilities that would otherwise send it to a landfill. Because one pound of Catalyst does the work of three pounds of clumping clay litter, it also reduces pollution and carbon emissions that result from production and transportation.

About Catalyst: 

Catalyst was developed by Lignetics, Inc. Lignetics upcycles over 1,500,000 tons of wood waste a year, turning it into products such as heating pellets, BBQ pellets, animal bedding and home products as well as cat litter. Sustainability and a responsibility to our planet is core to our DNA.

Even with the company’s mission to be environmentally sustainable, performance remains a key focus for the Catalyst team. “Our research indicates that while most people have tried and prefer to use a natural litter solution, they ultimately switch back to clay because of performance issues,” said Jim Gallman, Vice President of Marketing. “We knew that in order to get more people to make the right choice for our planet, we needed to create a product that meets and exceeds their expectations around clumping, odor control, dust, and cat acceptance.”

Like cat litter made from clay, Catalyst’s product is permeable and clumps for easy scooping. But that is where the similarities end. Catalyst stops odor in its tracks giving the litter box a fresh, crisp wood smell instead of the unpleasant odor of perfumed clay.
This new litter is soft underfoot and cats take to it quickly. Pet parents prefer it because it is lightweight and less litter is needed: one pound of Catalyst does the work of three pounds of clumping clay.

Most cat lovers are not aware that traditional clay litters are usually made of sodium bentonite, a mineral that is strip-mined and not biodegradable. A 2017 report reveals that more than five billion pounds of sodium bentonite is mined each year just for cat
litter with the vast majority ending up in landfills—more than 125,000 truckloads each year. 

Catalyst is available in a variety of formulas, including Healthy Cat, Multi Cat and Unscented.

Catalyst also offers a simple subscription service that removes one more chore off the list. For $20 per month, Catalyst ships a 10-pound bag right to a pet parent’s front door—the recommended amount for one cat for 30 days. “We wanted to make it as easy as possible for cat lovers to make the right choice for their pet and the planet,” adds Levine. For those who do not prefer subscription services, Catalyst is also making its way to leading retailers store shelves nationwide.

You can purchase Catalyst cat litter on their Website

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About Kristin

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Comments

  1. Rena Walter says

    I have never heard of this, it sounds good.

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