This post is sponsored by Tidy Cats® and the BlogPaws Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help create awareness of Tidy Cats available in Costco Stores located in the Pacific Northwest, but I only share information I feel is relevant to my readers. Nestle Purina and Tidy Cats are not responsible for the content of this article.
Since cats are not allowed in Costco stores (not YET, anyway!), Lucy couldn't come along on our shopping trip. But I wanted her to feel engaged with the experience, so I brought along her spirit, in the form of some photos on my tablet. She hopped into the cart, and we were ready to go!
Costco carries just about everything you can imagine, and often, the front of the store is a little crowded. But the pet section in most stores features wide aisles and cool spaces. Here's our aisle on a bustling Saturday morning. We have some room to breathe!
In a back corner of the store, we found what we were looking for. This is a big box of the litter Lucy likes, and the price is really reasonable.
I should mention that this litter is only offered at Costco in the Pacific Northwest for a limited time, so if you're interested in it, you should hurry on down to check your local store shelves and stock up when you see it. You can also call ahead and ask if it's in the store you often use. Hot tip: There are a bunch of boxes in the Salem store right now. So if you really want to take advantage, come down to Salem and see!
Interested in finding out if this is the right litter for you? Tidy Cat has a very clever website in which you can answer a few questions and find your perfect litter. I learned all sorts of things on that site that I didn't know. For example: Did you know this company makes an eco-friendly litter? I didn't. And I think that's pretty neat. Head over to the site to check it out. And if you want to know even more, follow the company on Facebook.
I'm thankful for the opportunity to tell you guys a little more about local deals you can use to save a little money on pet care. And now it's your turn to tell me something. Tell me: What to you use to keep pet costs down? I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments.
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