Free Collars and a Year of Free Litter from Dr Elseys

Act quickly, and you can get a free breakaway cat collar from Dr Elsey’s Cat Litter in specially marked 40-lb bags. It’s part of a purrmotion to encourage people with indoor cats to put collars on them to decrease the number of lost pets. Even if your cat is microchipped, if she’s lost, a reunion is quicker if a collar tag provides your phone number. And, it’s a visible sign that the wandering cat belongs to someone. But as if a free collar was not sufficient incentive, if you post a photo of your cat wearing the orange Dr Elsey’s collar on Instagram, you’ll be entered in a giveaway for a chance to win a year’s supply of Dr Elsey’s (see detes in chart below.)

Currently, our fave brand of litter is Dr Elsey’s Ultra — we buy it in 40lb bags from Amazon or Chewy and get it shipped free (via Prime, or Chewy purchases over $50). It’s as dust-free as litter gets, with no cloying scents to stink up the litter room, and it’s CHEAP! Believe me, it really makes the UPS guy’s day when he has to tote three 40-lb bags of cat litter to our front door. And Reno loves to chew open the bag and pee in it before any of his brothers beats him to the punch. Want details? Watch the vid!

Nope, Dr Elsey’s is not sponsoring this post, I just love him.

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  1. Miss juliea says:

    I love Dr. Elseys litter. No perfumey smell. Just clean air to breathe. Most so called “unscented” litters do smell and it permeates the whole house giving me headaches and a cough. And my nose is not nearly as sensitive as Patzy’s nose. I’m sure she is happier with Dr. Elseys too.

    And I agree on having a collar on an indoor cat too. They can and sometimes do find themselves outside. Sometimes by accident. When Patzy got out of a window at night she was scared but came running when she heard my voice. I knew it was her because of the distinctive sound of her bell and tags. Also that’s how I knew she wasn’t inside. Because I couldn’t hear her at all in the house.

    I will look for the orange collar and because she is part tortie it will look fabulous on her too!

  2. Kitties Blue says:

    Wow, would we love to win this. It’s what we use. Yep, those UPS drivers and our mail person just LOVE us. We just got a bag a couple of days ago, but no orange collar. Phooey! Even though six of us are indoor only cats and two are indoor/outdoor, we all wear collars 24/7 with ID. Hope our next bag has an orange collar. This is a great campaign. Sincerely, Cat Scouts Mau and Cooper Murphy

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