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CritterZone Air Naturalizer Giveaway Farewell to the Smell!

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Super Hurrah and Congratulations to Miranda! Our winner of the CritterZone Air Naturalizer!

Say Farewell to the Smell!

In March when we returned from Global Pet Expo we talked about the amazing CritterZone Air Purifier. This compact, filter-less, chemical free air purifier is a must for all cat parents.
Now that we have tripled the potential for cat box odors we remain amazed at the power of the CritterZone.  We are so happy with ours, that in honor of The Tiniest Tiger’s Anniversary we are giving away a CritterZone Air Purifier to one member of The Tiniest Tiger’s community.  Gracey would have said Super Hurrah!!!  To read our original product review of the CritterZone with more details about this fabulous product Pounce here:  Cat Parents Save $10 on Amazing CritterZone Air Purifier

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Do You Want One Now?  Here is How you can get $10 off the Retail Price!

CritterZone is offering friends of The Tiniest Tiger a promotion of $10 off the retail price on the CritterZone Wall Plug-In unit or the CritterZone Corded Unit.  To get this special promotion, you can:
2.       Add CritterZone unit(s) to their cart
3.       Enter  GRACEY into the box labeled “Apply Promo Code” and hit the button to adjust the total
4.       Proceed to checkout
We can’t say enough positive things about the CritterZone Air Purifier.  It must be experienced to appreciate how great it truly is at cleaning the air.

How to Enter the CritterZone Air Naturalizer Giveaway!  This contest is now Closed.  We will have more great giveaways soon!

Just leave a comment below this post telling us how you try to control litter box odors.

This giveaway is open to residents of the USA only.  Sorry!  Don’t worry we will have other giveaways soon.

The Rules:

This contest will end on July 31, 2013. Please one comment per person. I will enter all names in to Randomizer.com. The winner will be notified by email or through facebook depending on the contact information you provide. If you connect through facebook, check your Other messages not just your main messages.  Make sure you are watching for an email from us. The subject line will say CritterZone Winner  Void where prohibited by law.

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  • Kemberly Herding

    I just ordered three units. Six, count ‘em, SIX cats share my home. No matter how diligent I am with the litterbox, odor is an ongoing concern, as are accidents — one of the cats has epilepsy, and she sometimes loses bladder control when she has a seizure. Not a problem if I’m at home when it happens and can clean it up right away, but this isn’t always the case so I spend a lot of time trying to track down the source of the smell. Thanks so much for posting the coupon code — I saved $10 per unit! Can’t wait to see how they work for us.

  • Karen Deakins

    I add baking soda to my box before adding litter and add a bit more after each scoop.

  • Hokiebrat

    I have 3 kitties and 4 litter boxes. I scoop the boxes out every day but some days the kitties out-DO themselves! I’m pretty sure the CritterZone Air Purifier is just what I need!! :-)

  • Sheila M Bellows

    I have 2 litter boxes and can never find the right litter that don’t cause odor. The would be great for the kitchen since that is where the litter boxes are at.

  • Mary Jo Krause

    I use air fresheners, usually Renuzits.

  • cat forreal

    I’ve tried all kinds of air fresheners & litters, this would be awesome…

  • Elines

    i need this! with now 4 cats its hard to control the smell, i tried baking soda, scented cones and sprays, some odor neutralizing sprays different litters, nothing works very well.

  • RavynG

    The House of “M” has 6 kitties! That translates to 4 XXL litterboxes (under-the-bed plastic storage boxes that hold about 12 pounds of litter each!) Some of the ways we try to control the odor–other than scooping everyday(sometimes twice a day!) is baking soda and a homemade mixture of white vinegar/distilled water/ peppermint extract/orange extract in a spray bottle. I also dry out coffee grounds and tea bags and sprinkle the grounds/leaves into the corners of the litterboxes.

  • D.W.

    Vinegar and baking soda, along with regular cleaning, are good, natural ways to control odors!

  • Angela Miller Dejesus

    I like lavender scented litter

  • Kimberly_SavingMoreThanMe

    We use a bit of baking soda and all natural cleaners to clean the inside lining of the litter box. It helps but not totally!

  • Cindy Loohoo

    We aren’t very successful at controlling litter box odors, that’s the problem!! (LOL!) We clean the boxes 2 times per day and change the litter every two weeks faithfully. It is so expensive to change it every week and that is why we don’t do that as well. I’ll try anything–one entry please and thanks! :)

  • Christi George

    With 7 cats the best I can do is clean the box often and sprinkle a little baking soda in the box.

  • Raine Dawson

    I try and keep the smell down by scooping as soon as I can (obviously), I have 5 cats and 3 boxes so it’s healthier for them, but the litter seems to stay fresher longer. Their boxes are near the door though, so this would be amazing to keep the smell from knocking me out when I get home if someone has been especially stinky!

  • Tiger

    An awesome litter (World’s Best Cat Litter – made naturally from corn and WONDERFUL) and lots of scoop, scoop, scooping. It’s the hamster wheel of pet chores, unfortunately. Anything small and mighty such as these would be a welcome addition!

  • Donna

    With five kitties, it’s a must to keep on top of things. I use clumping litter, which I clean multiple times a day, sprinkle fresh litter daily to freshen things up a bit, and completely change out the litter and disinfect their boxes once a week. I sure would welcome a little additional help!

  • Raja Mitchell

    I use Tidy Cats Glade Scooping Cat Litter in two rolling cat boxes, and I have a little air purifier in the living room, and I try my best to keep the litter boxes clean… however, between my work schedule and four very active kitties, I can use all of the help that I can get!

  • Carole J Smith

    The litter we use works really well. But with 6 kitties any help is welcomed.

  • sandpipercat

    We try to use renuzits but they don’t work! Love to try this!

  • Theresa Spaid

    Try keeping it clean and I have a candle burning if its overpowering

  • Marilyn Hamill

    I need all the help I can get!

  • Lisa Mills

    Although it’s not the best place to keep a litter box, I have ours under the kitchen window and keep the window open. My kitchen has a very large floor space and the corner where the window is you could fit a small breakfast table for two so the window is about two feet off the floor. If I had this then maybe I could move the box out of the kitchen and into another room.

  • Barbara McIntosh

    We have 4 litter boxes for our 3 cats, and I scoop a couple of times a day because our kitties like clean boxes! The Critter Zone would be wonderful to have.

  • Vanessa Mortensen

    With 4 kitties and one dog, we can use help! Thanks for the opportunity to win this Critter Zone Air Purifier!

  • LyricInTime2803

    frequent litter box cleaning, baking soda, air fresheners…

  • Russ Kawecki

    With 12 rescue kitties, we’d LOVE to be able try this! Right now we have 20+ litters pans w/ different types of litter to no litter. A few of our kids are Bengals and have spraying issues. Boxes are changed out daily

  • AnnaZed

    How interesting, I don’t like any so-called odor solution that involves adding more scent (ick!); I love this idea. With cats we should probably have one in every room though!

    annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  • Pleshette McGrady

    I have 6 kitties, and 3 boxes. I change each of them every morning and every evening. I received the greatest compliment today when a tech came into my house and told me he didn’t smell a thing and didn’t even know I had so many cats.

  • Tammy Dusenberry Cole

    very nice !!

  • Sherri H

    The litter boxes are in the basement :-) but I also use air neutralizers and a quality litter. So the litter box smell isn’t too bad – but my bedroom smells like cat food because that is where I have been feeding my little girl who has been ailing so her BIG brother doesn’t eat her food. And THAT is where I’d use the CritterZone. For now.

  • Billie-Renee Knight

    I have three beautiful cats. I have numerous litterboxes and I use a multiple cat scoopable litter. I scoop the boxes every time I pass by them because the layout of my new home makes it necessary to keep them in well used areas. I scoop the use litter into my Litter Maids to help reduce the smell and keep everything neat.

    knightrk2@yahoo.com

  • Robyn Penedo

    I have two kitties and I use World’s Best Cat Litter and clean 2 or more times a day. I would love one of these.

  • Kittie Danger

    I use Fresh Step Extreme litter & clean the box often, would LOVE one of these!!

  • biggie55

    As my cats get older thy seem to stink more and nothing i buy works. So this sounds like it is just what i need so pick me.

  • Krystal Grohman

    I buy a good quality litter and scoop the 3 litter boxes daily.

  • Azar Attura

    Big Bad Baby Twinkle sez “Oh! I KNOW my Meowmie would just LUB to have this Critter Zone — it wudd be especially apurreciated whenever Ceee Ceee happens to drop another BOMB in her litterbokks. Oh deer… oh deeer. Poor Meowmie!!”

  • Dani Repp

    I just use good quality litter, scoop often, and try to keep the area well-aired. I also feed a high-quality food which makes a huge difference. I’ve been very curious about these CritterZones.

  • katsrus

    The best I can do is buy a better litter and clean the box out mulitple times a day and every once a while clean out the whole box and start over. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Sue B

  • Linda Gabbard

    We have 5 cats and have tried everything. The closest we have come is using baking soda.

    Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)

  • Kathleen Iaci

    We clean the box everyday!

  • Lisa F.

    My litter box for my cat is in the basement, so don’t have to deal with it being so close. However, I scoop every other day to ensure it doesn’t create odors. I also use litter that has baking soda in it.

  • earthkdc

    With six cats, including two geriatric girls, it is a constant struggle between scooping, cleaning, and airing out the home. I’m actually talking with a contractor to have an enclosed litterbox area built in my garage! We live in the desert southwest, so we can’t air out our home at all in the summer. We would love to try this!

  • Michele Taylor-Orton

    We have four inside cats and use a scoopable litter with a baking soda additive. Still it can get smelly, especially in the hotter months. This item would be so helpful.

  • Laurie Steiner

    I sccop 2x a day, and sprinkle baking soda….not working so well for me :(

  • Karma Lynn Hurworth

    Ugh….every way possible! Baking soda, neutralizer, scentsy burners…..it’s tough with 9 cats!

  • R King

    I have multiple air fresheners (odor neutralizers) and use a baking soda based litter.

  • Pamela

    I could really use this for my multiple cats.

  • Laura

    We just try to scoop regularly and keep things clean.

  • cheryl

    Please, all sweet cats including the precious Gracey, I have 5 kitties and they can REALLY stink up their room!!!

  • Kathy

    I have two large cats and the smell from the litter boxes can be overwhelming. I use the Genie to hold the refuse, which helps out a lot, but a diffuser would have my apartment “appear” cat-less (odorwise).

  • Kristen B.

    With 5 cats, litter boxes are a problem. I change the boxes every day and use baking soda. I’m not sure what can really help with the odor. I try masking the odor with plug in air fresheners. With an elderly cat who’s aim is a little off, I spend alot of time cleaning.

  • Molly M

    This would be awesome to have! 2 of my fuzzballs don’t seem to get the concept of covering their business with litter. They try to use the edge of the box, or the wall…..so it gets stinky.

  • Milene Mittelhauser

    I hide the litter box smell by putting it in the basement. LOL

  • kellydye

    This would be a welcome addition to our multi-cat household!

  • Alicia Ballinger

    With 6 cats odor is always a problem. Two are seniors and one isn’t the best at keeping it in the box. Use feline pine and one thinks it’s great to scatter it all over by scratching in litterbox for a long time. She won’t use covered box so have to have one that is open and she loves to cover the floor. Would love to win one. Thank you

  • Mandy Dowling

    I use Special Kitty Triple Action scoopable litter. It works pretty well, but there are times when I have to spray Febreze air freshener to remove odors.

  • Trina Oborn Bonman

    I have three cats, so litter odor is a problem. This would be great!

  • Patricia

    I switched from scoopable regular litter to Feline Pine scoopable litter – figures out to a bit more but had to do it when my big boy cat with asthma couldn’t deal with the regular litter dust anymore. Now he is “gone” I’ve stuck to it for my little girl cat but there are Poopy-times when the smell goes all the way upstairs into the bedrooms – God only knows what she eats when I’m not looking but her smell is NOT little girl kitty like. LOL

  • Cam

    I have tried many different types of odor-erasers to no avail…

  • michele

    It really works!

  • Maranda

    Changing litter out every two to three days helps. The air purifier would be wonderful to have.

    • http://www.freezertofield.com Joanne McGonagle

      Super Hurrah and Congratulations! Miranda, you are the winner of our CritterZone Air Naturalizer giveaway! Look for our email!!

      • Maranda

        Yay!!!!! Thank you so much!

        • http://www.freezertofield.com Joanne McGonagle

          Maranda, my email to you bounced back because I spelled your name wrong. Sorry about that. I just sent again.

  • PamB

    With 7 indoor cats and an occasional overnight kitty guest, the boxes are constantly being scooped and changed (under the close supervision of Miss G). We use the mutlicat nonclumping litter, automatic air freshners, burn candles and tarts, simmering potpourri, and basically anything we can get our hands on!

  • MzKitty20

    I am constantly scooping the boxes sometimes 3X a day. I’ve also sprinkled baking soda freshener and tried some of those enzymatic ‘neutralizing’ products for pet smells, but nothing seems to work for our multi-cat and multi-cat-box household. It’s so embarrassing when you have a visiter and they can smell the cats before even seeing one! We recently had a repairman in our house and he actually was very rude and said the house stinked! I almost died of embarrassment and wanted to crawl under a rock after he said that. Truth be told one of our cats HAD just used the litter box and i hadn’t had the chance to scoop it out yet, but i DID spray a ton of airfreshener around, abviously it didn’t mask anything and the repair guy was not a cat lover like the rest of us! I have been so wanting one of these since I read your first review of it, it really sounds like a true miracle.

  • Dee Hudson

    We have 6 cats and 4 litter boxes. I use baking soda in the litter and air freshener sprays but there is odor even with cleaning the boxes twice daily, sometimes more often if there’s an poop left uncovered. One cat is diabetic, one cat has thyroid problems, and two are quite elderly.

  • Elines

    We have 3 cats stinking up their litter boxes. I use air fresheners and sprays that are supposed to neutralize litter box odors and baking soda.

  • Janice Costa

    I adopted my second cat from a vet’s office where he’d been dumped — he was this gorgeous, long-haired white cat, yet they’d named him “Stinky.” That should’ve been my first clue. Although I renamed him, the “Stinky” description still sometimes applies, and with two cats, even with daily scooping, it can be tough to keep the pet odors to a minimum (especially since I also have two dogs, one of whom occasionally tries to sample the litter box “treats.” We have multiple litter boxes and scoop daily, plus we have some clove scented air freshener that helps, but I admit to being intrigued by this product.

  • tkat

    Just scoop it twice a day for 3 kitties, use the litter keeper for waste, and use scoopable litter.

  • sierrasmom

    We use odor control litter, candles, fans & of course a lot of scooping. When you have a kitty with colitis sometimes you have to use a few different methods

  • Jen

    LItters that clump well help in addition to frequent scooping….

  • katboxjanitor

    Marbles occasionally has some impressively stinky visits to the box, so I keep the bathroom fan on 7×24

    THo I only have her now, I still use the multi-cat and unscented clumping litters. The scent really doesn’t smell at all good to me, so I get unscented whenever I can.

  • Cindy G

    I use litter designed to control odor and try to keep the boxes scooped — or at least bury the poop!

  • Lauren

    I use Glade air freshener. At least then I end up with peachy-smelling kitty poop. :)

  • Danielle murgia

    I would love to win one because Reese’s box does not always smell wonderful in this heat. I also live In a chalet and there are really no doors in the rooms, smells travel easily.

  • Holly

    lots of scooping – I have 9 cats – that’s a lot of boxes and a lot of scooping. Have an older boy who’s iffy about box aim sometimes. Would seriously love to win one of these!!! (and will probably use the coupon on a few more lol)

  • sharon collette

    anything from sprays to candles:-(

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