Cat litter that’s not only free of pesticides, but also recycles waste into compost and can be composted in the home is environmentally sound, according to a new report from the American Cat Litter Association.
The report, released Monday, is based on a study of more than 8,000 cat litter samples taken by volunteers in the United States.
It also examined the health impacts of cat litter and the impact of the use of cat food on cats.
“I’m really impressed with the positive findings,” said Chris O’Donnell, director of the Cat Litting Institute at the University of Minnesota.
“They’ve looked at the big picture.”
The CAT Litter Institute is based in the Minnesota campus of the University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in Minneapolis.
It says it receives support from several federal, state and local governments, including the U and L administrations of the U:C:US Department of Agriculture, the National Institutes of Health and the U of L Institute for Cat Science and the Environment.
O’Connell, who is also the director of research at CatSafe, said he has found a significant number of cat owners that don’t think cat litter is as environmentally friendly as they think it is.
“It’s not,” he said.
“The biggest issue for people to see is that you can get a lot of toxic waste in a landfill that you don’t even know is there.”
The Cat Littles study examined the litter that was used to make cat food and cat litter that came from cat food.
The CATLI study found that cat litter used for food was a significant contributor to the environmental impact of cat products.
The study also found that litter from cat litter composts is a significantly more environmentally friendly product than cat litter from food scraps.
“In terms of health impacts, it’s a great product,” O’Connor said.
The cat litter study was funded by the Catlitter Industry Alliance, the American Association for Cat Products, the U, L and USDA.
It was conducted by the CATLIT institute and the CatLitter Institute at U of M. The survey was done by a team of CatLIT scientists, scientists from CatSafe and CatLittles, and by researchers at the U Center for the Study of Cat Behavior.
The team collected about 1,000 samples of cat waste in the U., Canada and the United Kingdom, as well as from the cat litter of different cities and countries.
It then analyzed the data to assess the environmental impacts of the cat food that came out of cat boxes and from cat boxes made from cat pellets.
“Our study looked at how the cat wastes were treated,” said O’Brien.
“So there was a higher risk for cat illnesses and disease when the litter came out.” “
The study found there was an environmental impact when cat litter was mixed with food scraps and other cat waste. “
So there was a higher risk for cat illnesses and disease when the litter came out.”
The study found there was an environmental impact when cat litter was mixed with food scraps and other cat waste.
It found that for each 100 grams of waste, the cat waste could release up to 1,100 pounds of bacteria, compared to food scraps that release about 300 pounds.
The amount of bacteria was a little bit higher for cat food scraps, but the amount of food waste was higher.
“That’s not surprising,” Ollies said.
While the study did find that cat food was less toxic than cat food, the research found that it was the food scraps from the food that were most damaging to the environment.
“If you are going to use a product that’s going to be in the environment, you are really going to have to think about what is in the food,” Olenson said.
Cat litter from the U was a major contributor to toxic waste, and the amount released was higher than food scraps for the same reason.
“This study doesn’t really prove that cat waste is the biggest contributor to environmental harm,” Olinson said, “but it certainly suggests that cat-based litter is not an ideal source of waste for humans and animals.”
O’Loneson said the cat-litter industry is in an economic crunch because of an abundance of pet waste, particularly cat food waste.
“People are eating more and more cat food than they are using their hands,” he added.
“And so people are using more and further away from where their cat goes and eating more cat waste.”
He said that people are eating less cat food because of increased pet consumption, as people try to cut down on the amount they put in their homes.
Olensons study found the waste from cat meals and cat food composts was also a significant source of the environment’s health impact.
“One of the things that’s interesting to me about the study is that there was significant variation between cities,” Orellson said of the study’s