Cat Litter Delivery

Buying kitty litter should be an Olympic sport. It’s certainly a serious workout –if, like me, you buy cat litter in multiples of the biggest boxes you can find when it’s on special at your local store. I’ve been tempted to wear my heart fitness monitor when running this errand to discover, once and for all, exactly how many calories I burn lugging those gigantic boxes to the register, to the car, and from the car into the house. It must be in the triple digits at least – maybe even enough to merit dessert.But we’ll never know. Because I just learned about a new cat litter subscription delivery service called Boxiecat, recommended by the Washington Post. I may never buy kitty litter the old fashioned (aka sweaty) way again.

Boxiecat is an all-natural clumping clay litter manufactured in the United States. It’s biodegradable and free of chemical additives, dyes and bleach. It is reported to stay “ultra-clean” even after weeks of scooping, so there’s never a need to dump the entire box and start over. Boxiecat is also unscented –a definite plus in my book as I hate scented cat litters. It’s over 99.9 percent dust-free and hypoallergenic as well.

Boxiecat subscription service includes free home delivery across the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii. You can personalize your delivery schedule and even put the service “on hold” if you go on vacation. For just $19.95 per shipment, you’ll receive 16 pounds of premium Boxiecat litter, and you can cancel at any time. If this sounds as great to you as it does to me, go to www.boxiecat.com to sign up.

How do you get your cat litter home? Tell us in the comments!

Julie Perkins

About Julie Perkins

A self-professed "crazy cat lady" and slave to three furry masters, Julie loves all things fuzzy. Throughout her life, she has been owned by cats, dogs, rabbits, gerbils, hamsters, fish and even a hermit crab. A freelance writer who has perfected the fine art of typing with one hand (because there is a cat on top of the other one), she lives in Colorado with her husband and a menagerie of critters.

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