An Edmonton woman is sharing the contents of a hidden stash of fudge, cat litter and other miscellaneous trash.
“We’re pretty well well hidden, but we have a stash of cats litter,” Amanda Krasovic said.
“There’s a lot of cat stuff.”
Krasovic has been living with cat litter in her basement since 2014, and said she has had to keep her cats indoors since the beginning of 2017.
“When I got the first cat, he was about four months old, and we’d got him from the Humane Society,” Krasov said.
“We didn’t have any cats.”
“He got sick a few times and was pretty much dead by the time he was brought back to the shelter.
So I thought, well, why not take it with me, and I took it with him and we’ve lived here for two years.”
Kasovic said the cat litter is an excellent source of fudgy, crunchy food.
“It’s a food that is extremely filling, especially when it’s cooked with butter and cream and sugar and spices,” she said.
Krasov’s neighbours also love the cat food, and her dog loves the treats, too.
“She loves it, she’s a big cat, she loves it,” neighbor Sarah McElroy said.
McElroy lives across the street from Krasopoulos home and said it’s nice to see a cat owner willing to share the contents.
“This is my neighbour’s cat litter,” she explained.
“I thought I was going to be the only cat to have that stuff, but it’s been fantastic.”
McElroys neighbour is a retired teacher and says he would love to see more people taking part in the litter program.
“Cat litter is such a good thing,” McElroies said.”[We need] people that are looking after the cats, that have an interest in cats, and that want to do it for the cats.”
The waste has been stored for more than two years, but has never been moved, McElroe said.