Litter Box Peel and Stick Nail File for Cats With Claws | Kitty Cure

ANIMAL INNOVATIONS SHOW - EPISODE 103 - KITTY CURE

Litter Box Peel and Stick Nail File for Cats With Claws | Kitty Cure

Want to make your cats’ claws more user-friendly? Let Kitty Cure help!

Kitty Cure is a safe and easy alternative that lets your cats trim their own claws.

According to Alan Kacic, inventor of Kitty Cure,

The whole purpose of our company is to help animals groom themselves. We’re trying to bring the outside inside for those cats that don’t have the ability or access to the outside.”

Making Cats More User-Friendly With Kitty Cure

A peel-and-stick nail file that goes right into your litter box, Kitty Cure’s purpose is to have cat claws file themselves as your feline friend scratches.

Essentially, it reduces their dagger tip, making your cats more user-friendly.

“As you know, depending upon the pedigree, they will sheathe their claws anywhere from 60 to 90 days. So, this is a natural outlet for them to groom themselves in the privacy of their own litter box.”

user-friendly cat claws with kitty cure

By applying Kitty Cure to the box, Alan said that it gives cats an earthy, gentle, soft material that is not only washable and removable but also waterproof.

He shared,

“This product is put together by three industrial sites. The primary company…is 357 years old. The glue company that makes the adhesives that go on the back of kitty cure…is over 147 years old. This is a product that is specifically designed for mammal use. It’s odorless, non-toxic, soft, and gentle. You simply peel stick, and the cats do the rest.”

The Benefits of Kitty Cure

kitty cure benefits

With more and more products in the pipeline, Alan emphasized that their primary goal for innovating was to develop a line of products that would emulate nature and that they could bring inside the house.

Not only does Kitty Cure save money and time, but it also saves you from going in your car and driving to a vet.

Apart from that, it helps reduce furniture damage and minimizes personal injury so that when you play with your kittens, you won’t have to suffer from battle scars.

In the words of Regis Wiegand, who serves as the organization’s managing partner and who also graced the Animal Innovations Show podcast with Alan,

“There’s not a lot of other products like this out there. And I’m a firm believer. I support Kitty Cure. I support the vision, and I support helping indoor catspretty much doing what we do at K.C. Innovations.”

Alan, Regis, and their team at K.C. Innovations believe that overall, Kitty Cure helps animals help themselves as far as grooming goes.

Eventually, they envision this to become the best way to nurture the human-animal bond.

When asked what they learned about themselves in the process of establishing the business, Regis replied,

“My biggest takeaway is just to be patient anytime. This is the first new product I’ve ever dealt with or brought to market. So, you know, you have ups and downs in sales… You can’t expect everything to take off overnight… Just relax, let everything do what it’s supposed to do.”

As for Alan, he had this to say:

“It’s not that easy to come up with an idea… This journey is a very complicated journey, but the same time, it’s so fulfilling because when it all comes to the day’s end, we know that we have something that…really helps a lot of people.”

 

 

Learn more about Kitty Cure!

Check out their website at https://kitty-cure.com/.

Have suggestions for who we should interview next?

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Alan: Hello, everybody. My name is Alan Kacic, and welcome to The Animal Innovations Show.

Chris: Love it.

Alan, you’re a natural at this man. You’re should have been an announcer. So, why don’t you tell us who you are and how you’re innovating and helping animals?

Alan: The whole purpose of our company is to help animals groom themselves. We’re trying to bring the outside inside for those cats that don’t have the ability or access to the outside.

So, by introducing this Kitty Cure liner that’s peel-and-stick that goes right into your litter box. The purpose is to have the cat claw file itself as they scratch. And when they do this, they will reduce their dagger tip, making your cat more user-friendly.

I, for one, have five cats, and I know what you mean by those daggers. Those things are really sharp when they’re fully grown.

Chris: My impression was— I was going to say, is it like sandpaper? But it sounds like it’s a lot more complicated than that.

Alan: This product is put together by three industrial sites. The primary company that makes Kitty Cure is 357 years old.

The glue company that makes the adhesives that go on the back of Kitty Cure. They’re over 147 years old.

This is a product that is specifically designed for mammal use. It’s odorless, non-toxic, soft, and gentle. You simply peel, stick and the cats do the rest.

This company is bringing on also new products. One of the products is called the Cat Wrap, which is a material that is made from a burlap with a 320 cotton back substructure. You simply wrap it around your cat post and it emulates a tree trunk.

As their claws puncture the burlap, it comes into contact with these micro bricks that will dull the cat claw. You virtually upgrade what you already have. We don’t want people to throw away what they have.

We just want them to modify and customize what they have  and introduce an earthy material that will help them, help themselves.

Chris: So now— Regis, he calls you one day, Alan calls you and says,  I have this brilliant idea. Did you think it was crazy?

How did you guys take this from a concept and turn it into a product?

Regis: Alan was my insurance agent, and he told me about it, and I loved it from the get-go.  We pretty much did everything we need. We contact the manufacturers.

We had a test trial, and we had great results. And once I saw my cat use it, put it in the litter box, I saw him scratching right away.

And from there I—, alright I’m sold. Let’s do it, I’m down.

Chris: It sounds like you guys are in the beginning parts of your journey, but I always like to ask my guests, you know, What did you learn about yourself during this journey?

So, Alan, maybe you first. What have you learned as you’ve gone through this process? What have you learned about yourself?

Alan: What I’ve learned is, it’s not that easy. It’s not that easy to come up with an idea. You could have the best idea. And without people like Regis and Tyler, Nicholas and Rosie, we just don’t have the ability.

Chris: Yeah, for sure.

So, Regis, what have you learned about yourself in this process?

Regis: My biggest takeaway is just to be patient, anytime. This is the first, new product I’ve ever dealt with or brought to market.

So, it’s— you know, you have ups and downs of sales. It’s just pretty much being patient. You can’t expect everything to take off overnight. Just relax.

Let everything do what it’s supposed to do. We’re getting good reviews. We’re getting good feedback. Be patient. Rome wasn’t built in a day.

Chris: Well, as we wrap things up, I mean—why don’t you remind people of the website and some of the places that they can get it?

Regis: So, KITTY-CURE.COM is our website. You can buy us— find us on Amazon, you can find us on Etsy, you can find us on Walmart.com, you can find us on eBay.

Pretty much every major selling platform we are on, right now.

Chris: Well, Alan and Regis, this is really cool. I’m really excited to see where you guys are going to go with this and as we wrap up our show here, I’ll just remind our viewers and listeners that if you’ve got a brilliant idea like Alan did for solving a big problem, we want to know about it.

People can go to INNOVATIONS.SHOW and tell us about their idea and we’d love to have them on the show.

So, thank you, both of you, for coming on. I really enjoyed the conversation and I’m excited to see where you’re going to go.

Regis: Thank you, Chris.

Alan: Thank you, Chris— from Tucson, Arizona.

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