Virtually ELIMINATING Odors & Bacteria:

CritterZone in the News


It’s been a whirlwind year since the CritterZone Air Naturalizer was launched in 2012. Since that time, the CritterZone has racked up accolades and mentions on the radio; in newspapers, magazines and TV appearances; on blogs; and at a major, national pet products tradeshow. 


In the summer of 2012, the CritterZone Air Naturalizer won First Place among new products at the SuperZoo National Show for Pet Retailers in Las Vegas. 


Later that summer, CritterZone donated six CritterZones and car adapters to a K9 unit in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Air Naturalizers got rave reviews from the officers who used them. West Palm Beach Police K9 officer Brian Gellin said the department appreciated the donation, and their officers said the air naturalizers were greatly improving the air quality in their vehicles and homes.


CritterZone had a TV appearance in 2013 on Marie Osmond’s Hallmark Channel show “Marie.” The Air Naturalizer was featured in a segment about pet gadgets.


In May 2013, The CritterZone Air Naturalizer was included in a New York Times review of air-cleaning products. The CritterZone stood out among them with its odor control power. Writer Steven Kurutz said litter box odors had been overwhelming his apartment until he tried the CritterZone. "... After the CritterZone had been humming away near the litter box for an hour, the stink vanished,” he said. (Steven Kurutz, "Eat My Dust," published May 15 in the New York Times:


Popular pet blogger Hauspanther wrote about her experience with the CritterZone. On her blog, she said of the Air Naturalizer, “I’m convinced, this is the greatest invention EVER!"


The CritterZone also has appeared on CBS New York’s “Mobile Couch”, ABC World News Now, and’s list of 5 cool products for pets and their people.


Inventor Bill Converse has been interviewed on numerous popular pet radio shows, including Lisa Smith Putnam’s “Your Pets My Dogs,” Michelle Fern’s “Best Bet for Pets,” “On the Road” with Donna Hailson and Julia Forbes’ “Pet Radio Show.”