Once the toilet training process is complete there is no need to buy, smell or clean kitty litter again, all you have to do is flush.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 30, 2008
With the cost of groceries and energy on the rise nationwide American consumers have been forced to find creative ways to save money.
According to the ASPCA the largest yearly expense in cat ownership is kitty litter adding up to $175 a year for one cat. With the average cat living up to 15 years of age this adds up to over $2,625 spent on kitty litter during one cat's lifetime. Since eliminating the litter box altogether is not possible cat owners have turned to an increasingly popular alternative, cat toilet training.
"We have found from our customers that one of the major appeals to cat toilet training is the cost savings," says Rebecca Rescate, maker of the CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit. "Once the toilet training process is complete there is no need to buy, smell or clean kitty litter again, all you have to do is flush."
Cat toilet training reduces the annual expense of cat ownership by 33%. Combine this with other cost savings techniques such as purchasing cat food in bulk and getting creative when in comes to toys for your feline friend and you will see the savings quickly add up.
Who knew a way to save thousands was right down the hall in the bathroom?
Every CitiKitty Toilet Training Kit comes with the specially designed CitiKitty Training Seat, easy-to-follow instructions and expert tips to assist you through the training process. For more information, visit http://www.citikitty.com.