Today is February 29th. One extra day, twenty four extra hours. Known as a leap day or leap year day in the Gregorian calendar, it is a date that occurs in most years that are divisible by 4, such as 2012, 2016, 2020. A leap day is observed because a complete revolution around the Sun takes slightly longer than 365 days. The added day compensates for this lag, realigning the calendar with the Earth’s position in the solar system; otherwise, seasons would occur in a different time than intended in the calendar year. Or simply put… it’s one extra day, twenty four extra hours for you that you didn’t have last year. Stop wasting time, stop cleaning up tracked litter mess.
Time. Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you have lost it, you can never get it back. Time is most valuable. More so than money, fame or stuff. If you could turn back the hands of time, or had one wish for one hour, how would you use it? I’ll bet it would be used to be with someone, someone special. My dad passed away five years ago of a sudden heart attack, and I am crying now, just as I type this… knowing I would spend that time, even if only a minute, hugging him and telling him that I love him. I miss him every day. For my wife… February 29 is a very uniquely meaningful day, it was on a 29th day of February in 2000 that her Mom passed away of lung cancer. I don’t mean this read to be sad, but only to illustrate and express how truly important time is.
I also think about my first cat. He loved me no matter what. While walking back to my college apartment, from the movie theater, in the rain, I heard a very loud cry, a cry that a kitten makes in distress… ehmmm!? ehmmm!? And there, was this drenched tiny wet kitten, with the stub of a tail pointing straight up. He was wobbling back and forth, shaking so much that it could not even move forward. I looked all around to see if I could see a Momma Kitty anywhere in sight, but it was there alone. I picked it up with one hand and warmed it close to my heart under my jacket. I named him Joshua, because of his loud meow like a trumpet, Joshua 6:1-27. We spent 15 wonderful years together, I’ll tell more about those years later on… but, I’d love to have more time with him again too.
Our day to day lives are filled with responsibilities and chores. Things we have to do, and things we do that if we would only take a second look at, we might change to regain some of that lost time. Time is precious, so waste if wisely. Let me take a lighter turn here, and say, that I have owned my Out of Sight Litter Box for almost 15 years now… and, have truly forgotten how much time, wasted time, I used to spend cleaning up litter from all over our home. But, one thing I do remember to do is, every time I scoop that litter cabinet clean and walk away, I walk right over to one of our 4 cats and give a big hug and then spend some special time with each cat. Time that I would have otherwise spent sweeping, or cleaning up messy tracked or scattered cat litter. I now use that quality found time spending it loving on my cats. Most of us spend too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important. You have to make time for the things you love, stop cleaning up litter mess… Go hug your cat!
* I use the word "stop(s)" to describe the difference (before to after) that my Out of Sight Litter Box will have on your litter tracking issues.
A legal definition might better be "will substantially reduce litter tacking by 98%". You may find a few pieces of rogue litter here or there, but you will notice such a substantial difference
that you too might use the word "Stopped" while telling your friends how the Out of Sight Litter Box changed your litter tracking issues.