When cats go to the bathroom: Cats eat litter in a new survey

When it comes to cat food, most people would prefer to see the animals eating their own litter rather than litter left over from the previous day.

But there’s one cat that seems to have the best habit of chewing litter: cat.

The researchers, from the University of California, Berkeley, surveyed 2,908 cats in California and found that the cats preferred cat food more than any other type of litter.

The study was published online Monday in the journal PLOS ONE.

It’s not clear why cats eat litter.

Previous research has shown that they may be eating the food because they’re looking for a good meal or because they can’t find something that is safe for them to eat.

Litter can also be a source of contaminants, including foodborne pathogens and pathogens from cats.

The research team also found that cats in general prefer to eat cat food that has a high level of protein, calcium and other nutrients.

“Cat food is high in proteins and a high percentage of carbohydrates and sugars, and is high-quality,” said study co-author Mark J. Anderson, a researcher at UC Berkeley’s College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

“It also contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.”

If the food is a little on the dry side, that could be a problem, but cats don’t necessarily do that.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.

The new study was funded by the National Science Foundation and the California Environmental Quality Commission.

When cats go to the bathroom: Cats eat litter in a new survey

When it comes to cat food, most people would prefer to see the animals eating their own litter rather than litter left over from the previous day.

But there’s one cat that seems to have the best habit of chewing litter: cat.

The researchers, from the University of California, Berkeley, surveyed 2,908 cats in California and found that the cats preferred cat food more than any other type of litter.

The study was published online Monday in the journal PLOS ONE.

It’s not clear why cats eat litter.

Previous research has shown that they may be eating the food because they’re looking for a good meal or because they can’t find something that is safe for them to eat.

Litter can also be a source of contaminants, including foodborne pathogens and pathogens from cats.

The research team also found that cats in general prefer to eat cat food that has a high level of protein, calcium and other nutrients.

“Cat food is high in proteins and a high percentage of carbohydrates and sugars, and is high-quality,” said study co-author Mark J. Anderson, a researcher at UC Berkeley’s College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

“It also contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.”

If the food is a little on the dry side, that could be a problem, but cats don’t necessarily do that.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.

The new study was funded by the National Science Foundation and the California Environmental Quality Commission.

When cats go to the bathroom: Cats eat litter in a new survey

When it comes to cat food, most people would prefer to see the animals eating their own litter rather than litter left over from the previous day.

But there’s one cat that seems to have the best habit of chewing litter: cat.

The researchers, from the University of California, Berkeley, surveyed 2,908 cats in California and found that the cats preferred cat food more than any other type of litter.

The study was published online Monday in the journal PLOS ONE.

It’s not clear why cats eat litter.

Previous research has shown that they may be eating the food because they’re looking for a good meal or because they can’t find something that is safe for them to eat.

Litter can also be a source of contaminants, including foodborne pathogens and pathogens from cats.

The research team also found that cats in general prefer to eat cat food that has a high level of protein, calcium and other nutrients.

“Cat food is high in proteins and a high percentage of carbohydrates and sugars, and is high-quality,” said study co-author Mark J. Anderson, a researcher at UC Berkeley’s College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

“It also contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.”

If the food is a little on the dry side, that could be a problem, but cats don’t necessarily do that.”

Cat owners in general may also be feeding their cats more than they should, Anderson said, noting that cats typically are more active than humans.

The new study was funded by the National Science Foundation and the California Environmental Quality Commission.