Is the dog-and-cat litter-sand diet safe for cats?

The best thing about cat litter is its high level of contamination.

According to a 2012 study, cats are twice as likely to come into contact with dust from litter boxes than humans.

In other words, your cat is more likely to get sick if you’re letting her litter.

If you don’t want to risk your cat getting sick, here are a few ways to get rid of it.

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If your cat’s been around a lot, it’s likely he or she has been exposed to cat litter before.

It’s also possible your cat will get sick from dust in your cat-friendly litterbox.

If this is the case, you can use an old cat litter box to get it off your property.

This method is ideal if your cat doesn’t have access to fresh cat litter or if you don.

If all else fails, you may also be able to clean your cat litter with a small amount of baking soda.

Baking soda is a cleaning solution that can remove dirt and grime from your cat.

You can use baking soda in a water-based container and then pour the solution into a bowl or plastic bottle.

Be sure to keep a small distance between your cat and the water to avoid mixing up the solution.

If there is too much baking soda, your cats food will spoil.

For more tips on how to clean cat litter, check out our guide to cat food.

What are some of the other ways to keep cats clean?

You can wash your cat before feeding him or her.

If it’s a litter box, you should use a clean water dish to wash your food dishes and bowls.

If the dish is too dirty, you could use a dish cleaner to clean it.

For cleaning food dishes, make sure to follow the directions on the bowl.

If a bowl is too dry, it could be the culprit for the food not coming out of the bowl and not sticking to the cat.

For a more convenient method, you might want to use a bowl cleaner, a dish brush, or even a cat litter brush.

A cat litter cleaner is not only a great way to clean the inside of your cat cage, but also makes a great gift for your cat, too.

It will help remove dust, stains, and grubby bits.

If any of these tips don’t work for you, check with your veterinarian.