World’s First Cat
That “smells” your litter so you don’t have to!
Based on sophisticated colorimetric technology
Cats urinate (pee) and defecate (poop). Duh… everyone knows that
Urine and feces produce ammonia through natural biological processes *
We can monitor ammonia – even at low levels which are undetectable to humans – but that cats can and do smell
A cat’s sense of smell is 14 times better than a human’s
Cats won’t use a litter box that “stinks” too much
People are biologically built to become nose blind, so even if you can’t smell it, your cats and houseguests likely can
Continuous Monitoring 24/7
High Sensitivity to Ammonia
Reversible Ammonia Response
Easy to Use
Ensure your cats are breathing clean, healthy air while they do their business. Even though ammonia is a naturally occurring byproduct, it is toxic and not good to breath.
Provide a “teaching tool” for children so they know when it’s time to clean the litter. This also provides parents a device to know if their child is practicing proper pet keeping.
Avoid offending guests with odors that go undetected because the owner has become blind to the smell [a big problem for elders who don’t smell as well anymore].
Determine which litter is best for controlling the ammonia and “stink” and know if one litter is better than another, or if your odor-eliminating litter actually works.
Encourage cats to use the litter box. Cats are more likely to use a clean, “stink-free” bathroom. You don’t like using the bathroom when it reeks… Neither do they.
Know when to scoop or replace the litter- before you smell it. By the time you smell it, you’re too late and it has already permeated throughout your room/house.