"There is, incidently, no way of talking about
cats that enables one to come off as a sane person."
- Dan Greenberg
Story Short: I'm going to talk about cat poop. Deal with
I am currently owned by two cats, one which does his business
outside and another who is quite content with her clumpable
clay in the spare bathroom.
This means that every few days I filter out the unmentionables,
entomb it all in a plastic bag and toss it the garbage...
at least until recently, that is.
Like a dope I didn't give much thought to my cat's doos
once I'd tossed them into the dustbin but I recently read
that it's quite acceptable to toss the fecal materials right
into the nearby loo and then flush it as normal. The
sanitation system is designed for this manner of disposal,
though you should try and flush as little of the clay material
the fecal masses forever in a landfill is probably the very
worst thing we could possibly do as, buried in such
environment, it would lie undisturbed for a very, very long
time indeed. We're still stuck burying the wet materials
but, until I can teach
my cat to use the toilet like
a real person, I'll just have to wait for a more inventive