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G That's Awesome Brands Acquires Certain Assets of ULTIMATE Cat Litter; Reintroduces Next Generation of Cat Litter Under New Brand Name, Almost Invisible Cat Litter

HENDERSON, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- G That's Awesome Brands, Inc., a manufacturer, marketer and distributor of superior-performing products, today announced the acquisition of certain assets of ULTIMATE Cat Litter and ULTIMATE Kitty Litter. G That's Awesome Brands will reintroduce an improved version of the ULTIMATE litter products under a new brand name, Almost Invisible Cat Litter, which is expected to be available for widespread distribution early May, 2014.

"Almost Invisible Cat Litter will quickly stand out as the most odor-free and longest lasting cat litter product on the market" according to G That's Awesome Brands President Lori Lachenmeier. "You will smell nothing, absolutely nothing, in your litter tray for almost a month without changing the litter when using Almost Invisible Cat Litter. Amazingly, only 1" of Almost Invisible Cat Litter is needed per litter tray to maintain a totally odor free home, and it takes just seconds to scoop and stir the litter tray, a minimal amount of daily labor," added Ms. Lachenmeier.

"G That's Awesome Brands, Inc. believes that the cost of Almost Invisible Cat Litter will be under $9 per cat per month, making it the only high performing litter product with a lower than average cost of use in the marketplace. Research indicates that most cat owners spend over $13 per month per cat on cat litter," as stated by Ms. Lachenmeier.

"Almost Invisible Cat Litter is a uniquely formulated condensed silica gel. Our product is virtually dust free and non-clumping and there will be no tracking of footprints in your house. The particles in Almost Invisible Cat Litter particles are inert and there are few health risks if consumed by humans or animals. Our particles are so super-absorbent, liquids do not easily seep to the bottom of the tray where bacteria will start to grow," said Lachenmeier.

G That's Awesome Brands, Inc., is a private, growth-oriented marketer and distributor of outstanding quality products with a focus on pet supplies and household cleaners. G That's Awesome Brands, Inc. is also a distributor of Anti-Icky-Poo, the veterinary industry's most highly recommended pet odor remover. According to Ms. Lachenmeier, "G That's Awesome Brands seeks only superior-performing products to distribute. Our Company is interested in expanding the array of products we manufacture and distribute. Our one requirement is that each product produces unparalleled results, prompting consumers to exclaim, 'Gee! That's Awesome!'"

To purchase Almost Invisible Cat Litter or Anti-Icky-Poo visit www.AntiIckyPoo.com, www.AlmostInvisibleCatLitter.Com, or www.GAwesomeBrands.Com. For information about distributing Almost Invisible Cat Litter or to get more information about our products please contact us at [email protected], or call (661) 702-0200. Please visit us on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/AntiIckyPoo, and https://www.facebook.com/AlmostInvisibleCatLitter

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