5 Reasons Cat Owners are Raving about Skoon
May 20, 2021 in Cat Litter Blog
1. Real Odor Control
Skoon makes non-clumping litter “purr-fectly designed” for odor control and super easy maintenance for human convenience. It’s made of highly absorbent diatom pebbles that act like microscopic sponges- each able to absorb their own weight in liquid, effectively trapping any odor that comes into contact with them.
2. You forget it´s even there
While loving your cat is easy, cleaning that designated kitty bathroom and running to the store to buy heavy litter is a whole other story. With Skoon there’s no scraping, sifting, or scooping… No more straining your back or carrying around heavy bags of litter.
3. No mess, low dust
Keeping the litter box tidy, and maintaining a clean home can be quite a task. Skoon’s non-tracking pebbles are low dust and hypoallergenic, so you will never have to worry about cleaning up sandy floors or breathing toxic dust.
4. Peace of mind
Skoon is 100% natural and non-toxic, designed with the health of your cat and family in mind. Skoon does not harm the environment, pets, or humans. Our unique Diatom Pebbles will not stick to your cat´s paws which can cause unhealthy licking.
5. It´s eco-friendly
Ensuring the human-feline bond is one that will last as long as the planet, Skoon is doing its part to reduce carbon “pawprints” with pebbles that are inherently biodegradable. And since Skoon is lighter than other cat litters, less energy is required to transport it. That means less fossil fuel consumption and fewer emissions.
Subscribe or order Skoon Cat Litter online now, and if sparks don’t fly, get your money back with our guarantee.
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