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The Kitty Chronicles

Discover the enchanting world of feline wonders with our blog dedicated to all things cats
Recent Posts
Does the following situation sound familiar? Child asks for a pet. Parent says no. “But I neeeeeeeeed a pet!” child hollers, barely holding back the tears and rage that will soon bubble to the surface. Needs vs. wants are sometimes...
Did you know there’s a debate among small pet owners regarding the best material for your furry friend’s bedding? That’s right, small animal bedding is a hot topic, and we’re here to sift through the pile of information and give...
Have you ever heard the phrase ‘happy pet, happy life?’ We didn’t think so. We just made it up to help discuss rules of paw and claw for cleaning your furry friend’s habitat. Catalyst makes small animal bedding—our latest and...
Most Read Posts
How Much Cat Litter Do I Need? Litter-acy Q&A for New Pet Parents
There’s nothing better than a new kitten or cat to add to your household. For those who are cat parents for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions especially when it comes to their “bathroom.”  Let’s start...
How to Successfully Make the Switch to Catalyst Pet Litter

Nathan the Cat Lady shows how easy it is to make the transition to Catalyst Pet natural softwood litter!

 

Why Declawing Cats is Harmful

Here's why declawing a cat is never the right option...

Introducing the Catalyst Litter Scoop

Expertly designed with efficiency and ease in mind, the Catalyst Cat Scoop – brought to you by the makers of Catalyst Pet – is a simple and hygienic way to clean up your furry feline’s litter box.

Why You Should Leave Clay Litter in the Dust

Most cat lovers are not aware that clay litters are made of sodium bentonite, a mineral that is strip-mined and not biodegradable, but that’s not where the problems end. Clay litter can also be unhealthy for your furry feline.

Join the Cat Litter Revolution!
Shelter/Rescue
More Than 200 Cats and Dogs Rescued from Oklahoma Laboratory by the Beagle Freedom Project
Catalyst Pet Donates Supplies to Help Rehabilitate Abused Cats The Beagle Freedom Project (BFP), a nonprofit organization that rescues and rehomes animals used in laboratory testing, has shut down one third of the flea and tick product testing industry in...
Shelter/Rescue
Rescue Spotlight: Milo's Sanctuary
It started as a love story, and it remains one to this day.  Michele Hoffman started rescuing special needs cats nearly 20 years ago – the official celebratory milestone will come in 2024 – saving cats that others considered “unadoptable.” ...
Shelter/Rescue
Catalyst Pet Donates 3,000 Pounds of Litter to Rescue Partners
The love is in the litter when you believe in your product and your partners – and we do. Catalyst Pet recently donated three thousand pounds of litter to three of our rescue partners: Paw Partners Unleashed, Milo’s Sanctuary, and...
Shelter/Rescue
Rescue Spotlight: Stray Cat Alliance
In the City of Los Angeles, where the human population reaches nearly 4 million, it’s estimated that there are somewhere between 1 to 3 million feral cats. The need for these cats to not only be humanely controlled but also...
Shelter/Rescue
Catalyst Pet Donates Six Tons of Litter to Rescue Partners

“We believe sustainability is about creating change for good,” says Levine. “It’s about supporting our community and lending a hand wherever we can. That’s why we started this program and are working hard to continue to grow it.”

 

Shelter/Rescue
Catalyst Pet Donates 3,000 Pounds of Litter to Three Cat Rescues

“When it comes to taking care of cats in our communities, everyone should win,” says Jonah Levine, Catalyst Pet’s product manager. “We put on a friendly competition to educate attendees about three of our nonprofit partners, but there’s no way we could’ve chosen one. They all deserve it. They all need it to keep doing important work.”