Cat litter is a major cause of poisoning in the city.
The city recently issued an alert about the problem.
(CBC)In New York, the Department of Environmental Conservation says it has identified nearly a dozen sites where cat litter has spread to humans and animals, and that the city is working with a local environmental agency to eradicate the spread of the litter problem.
The city has also launched a website that allows residents to report problems and make complaints about litter and the spread.
The department says the city has identified more than 20 sites where the litter spread to people and animals.
(City of New York)The city is also working with the New York State Department of Health to eradicate human-to-human and animal-to.
It says the health department has identified over a dozen cat litter-related sites, including two in Queens.
The government says the most common culprits in the cat litter spread include:A dog, cat, or bird that has recently taken a new owner or is roaming in a city park, park, or other urban setting that has been cleaned up or disinfectedThe spread of cat litter is most likely due to the direct spread of fleas and ticks from the dog, and also can occur if a cat is kept in a home with a cat that is sick or injured.
The Health Department says it is urging anyone who sees a cat in a park or yard to call 311 or the city’s Animal Control Hotline at (212) 937-2700.