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  • JoAnn M. 1 year ago
    from "Never dump
    cat litter or feces on the ground or flush it down the toilet. Cat feces can harbor toxoplasma
    gondii, a parasite that sewage treatment can’t kill. Feces carrying these dangerous organisms
    can wash into storm water systems that feed natural waterways, ultimately finding their way
    into oceans. Starfish, crabs and mussels, favorite sea otter foods, feed on the feces." Sea otters
    in California have been infected with this disease by feral cats.
  • Christina M. 3 years ago
    I use shredded recycled newspaper for our cats litter box!
  • Barb R. 3 years ago
    Using the lite litter is great except.....1. u can't find it on the market. 2. It has so much dust in it most cats end up with upper respiratory problems!!! I have not cats and had to switch to a 99% dust free litter due to respiratory problems with them and me. And when u rescue animals newspaper litter is not an option! We r all about recycling but the litter makers need to find a way to make the echo friendly litters more affordable.
  • Lynne H. 3 years ago
    Please do NOT throw away your mascara wands. Instead, clean JUST THE WAND with dawn soap, place them in a ziploc bag and mail them to a Wildlife Refuge accepting donations. These little wands are able to be upcycled to clean away oil, larvae, fly eggs, mites, infections, mud and other contaminants from wildlife. Works great for medical care and wound treatment

    Pick your refuge to mail to:

    Appalachian Wild
    P.O. Box 1211
    Skyland NC 28776


    Wildlife Wands
    P.O. Box 1586
    Southwick, MA 01077.
  • Ashley L. 4 years ago
    I recently switched to CatSpot Litter and it's awesome! It's made from 100% coconut and is completely biodegradable, you can toss it right into your backyard once you scoop out the solids. It's only available on their website for right now but I highly recommend it.
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