Pimp Cat Likes Fresh Box

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Oh come on. Not that kind of box you dirty scumbag. Put those disgusting thoughts aways and listen up. Cat litter maker Fresh Step wants us to know their new carbon cat litter completely eliminates odors. Of course that causes problems for several felines in a video featured on this site hosted by Milos the Fresh Cat, a pimp-like dude who has a few tips cats on the prowl.

by Steve Hall    Jul- 6-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Online   

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May work on Cartoon Network? Not likely to sell product.

Posted by: Roy on July 6, 2006 11:23 AM

I don't know. I have a cat in a small apartment and the thought of not smelling the litter box sounds amazing! Milos was a good break from the day and I loved all the other kitties on the site. Being a cat lover doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humor! I usually bounce from brand to brand, but I'll sure remember Fresh Step the next time I go pick some up!

Posted by: Jill on July 6, 2006 3:56 PM

I don't know. I have a cat in a small apartment and the thought of not smelling the litter box sounds amazing! Milos was a good break from the day and I loved all the other kitties on the site. Being a cat lover doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humor! I usually bounce from brand to brand, but I'll sure remember Fresh Step the next time I go pick some up!

Posted by: Jill on July 6, 2006 3:56 PM

I don't know. I have a cat in a small apartment and the thought of not smelling the litter box sounds amazing! Milos was a good break from the day and I loved all the other kitties on the site. Being a cat lover doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humor! I usually bounce from brand to brand, but I'll sure remember Fresh Step the next time I go pick some litter up!

Posted by: Bonnie on July 6, 2006 4:09 PM

Jill/Bonnie we have a tom cat who rules this big house and his little spot in the basement stinks and we use Fresh Step. If they want to catch my wife's attention they would do better win an end-cap display. The five year old twin grandsons will love the commercial and will likely learn to recite it, but they don't buy much cat litter.

Posted by: Roy on July 6, 2006 4:33 PM

Fair enough. I guess it was more the humor of Milos that was refreshing. Like I said, I usually switch from brand to brand and I would have to try it again to be sure. But if you already use it then I can't argue.

PS Apologies for the multiple comments. I didn't mean to drill you with my opinion. The site kept giving me errors so I kept trying.

Posted by: Jill on July 6, 2006 5:03 PM

Litter is SO HOT right now... litter.

Posted by: Relish on July 7, 2006 1:06 PM

It's nice to see something this (unintended pun warning) fresh in the category. I'm also amazed at the account team that was able to sell this idea to a client. Although I think it makes perfect sense. Lots of young twenty-somethings own cats, and they are definitely the right target for this thing. I don't think there's any brand loyalty in the category, and even having that niche would be a major success.

Posted by: Tom Tom on July 8, 2006 4:24 PM

My family bought the new ScoopFree automatic litter box after our noisy and smelly Littermaid broke. Scoop Free comes with Fresh Step crystals. This is not the new carbon litter but the older crystals, which I think absorb the smell even better than the carbons. The electric rake removes moves waste all by itself. So, there is no smell for the cat and no work for me. I like the ScoopFree with FreshStep crystals better than the new carbon clumpng litter because the Scoop Free keeps itself clean. I bet the cool cat on www.ScoopFree.com can beat the shit out of Milo! What do you think?

Posted by: John on July 18, 2006 6:45 PM

Hi-
We really enjoy the commercial with the bloodhound and the cat looking for the litter box. Would it be possible to download the commercial or to get a DVD of it?
Thanks for your help and time.

Rose

Posted by: Rose on March 11, 2007 9:38 PM







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