How cat litter is killing cats in the US

By JEFFREY CUMMINGSPublished September 10, 2018 11:22:25The cat litter epidemic in America has reached the point where some people believe it is not a big problem.

And the reality is, that’s exactly what it is.

There’s not much research on cat litter, but what there is is that it kills cats.

So what is litter?

Cat litter is a combination of cat litter and a synthetic material, called polyurethane.

That’s the kind of stuff you put on your clothes.

When the cat goes outside, it will put its claws down on the fabric of the cat’s coat and rub them up against the fabric.

That causes irritation, and the cat then urinates on it.

So it kills the cat.

Then you have a lot of other litter, which is also a synthetic product.

You put some of the stuff on your hands and rub it against the floor and up against your clothes and then you throw the other stuff away.

And that’s when the cat will actually urinate on it, and that’s where it kills.

So that’s what cats eat, too.

In the U.S., about 10 percent of cats and kittens die from litter-related diseases.

And most of those diseases are caused by other factors, such as heat and cold.

Cats and kittens who die from a litter-caused disease, often suffer from pneumonia.

Cats can also get pneumonia from other cat litter.

So if you see kittens or cats who have died from a cat litter-induced disease, it’s usually because they were dying of a cat-related illness.

The cat-litter issue is actually much more common in some parts of the world.

In Australia, for example, cats have been dying of cat-induced diseases for decades, according to the Australian Government’s website.

In Canada, the number of cats dying from cat litter has risen steadily in recent years, the site reports.

But the fact is, most people think that cats and litter are the same thing.

And they should.

There are three main types of litter.

The first type of litter is synthetic cat litter mixed with water.

The second is natural cat litter that is the same as natural cat, but the cat is usually not wearing any collars or collars are not there.

And finally, there are the “cat litter” that is made of the litter and then there’s the cat litter from other cats, or from other animals that are in the area, or other sources, like people, dogs, cats, chickens, or whatever.

What we do know about cat litter comes from research done by the University of British Columbia.

The university has conducted numerous studies that found that cat litter kills cats at about the same rate as other litter.

It kills about three to four times as many cats per litter as a natural litter.

So the difference is that the natural litter kills more cats than the synthetic litter, because the cat doesn’t feel threatened by the synthetic cat.

That’s the study that was published in Science last year.

And we can see from that study that cat owners think cat litter does more harm than good.

And I think that’s probably because they don’t see it as a real danger.

So we know that cats have a need to be protected from other things.

So cat litter helps to protect them from other dangers.

But we also know that when a cat’s litter is damaged, it can actually be a source of stress for the cat and the owners.

That can have serious consequences for the animal and the owner.

So, in that sense, cat litter can be a really good thing for people to use.

But it is definitely not a good thing to do.

There is no way to test for cat litter toxicity.

But cat litter poses risks to other animals.

Cats that have died of cat disease can be identified by the skin lesions on their paws and their eyes.

The lesions can look like small cuts, and then the cat can die from it.

The researchers say that the cats that die from cat disease tend to be older cats, and those older cats can become ill more easily.

So they’re more likely to get sick from litter than younger cats.

The U.K. government has taken a very different approach to cat litter as it attempts to reduce the cat population.

So this study in the British Journal of Veterinary Research, which examined cat litter usage, found that the number that cats were killed by cat litter increased as the number who used cat litter fell.

That is, cats were dying more from cat-associated diseases as the population grew.

That suggests that the increase in cat litter was actually a result of a decrease in cat-population, not an increase in the cat-specific diseases.

In other words, cat owners who were willing to use cat litter in the past are now unwilling to do so.

And so we have an unintended consequence.

They’re not reducing the population, but they’re actually decreasing the disease burden.

And this is something