By now you’re probably familiar with the process of disposing of cat litter.
You might even have noticed it popping up on the internet in the form of some hilarious gifs.
But cat litter is a lot more than just a litter box.
In fact, there are so many different types of cat-litter you should definitely know what to do with it!
To understand what cat litter actually is and how it works, we have to take a quick trip back in time.
Back in 2010, a little over two years ago, a few of us decided to try our hand at cat litter disposal.
At the time, it was just our hobby, so we were really excited to learn how much of an impact it could have on our communities.
As with most things, it wasn’t easy.
For starters, you need to buy your litter.
Cat litter has a long history of being a valuable commodity in the animal welfare industry, and buying it from a pet store or from a friend’s yard is expensive.
But after a couple of months of trying out different products, we settled on the most basic litter box we could find.
The idea was that we could buy litter from our local pet store and recycle it to put into a cat litter box, then put it in a container with the other litter boxes that we found at pet stores.
This was our first attempt at putting out cat litter and we really enjoyed it.
We didn’t expect to make much money on it, but we were able to save on shipping and processing time by not having to buy any of our own litter.
The boxes were designed to hold up to two liters (50 grams) of litter.
That was a bit low, but in hindsight, we could have used a bit more, since we had already bought the cheapest litter we could.
At first, we just threw a few boxes into the bin, but eventually decided to put them all together and fill them all up.
We used a combination of plastic containers, glass containers, and a small metal container for the cat bedding.
Our biggest concern was that the litter would not last long.
Our cat bed was a little too small to fit inside a plastic container, so instead of making the whole bed bigger, we made a cat bed that fit within the small metal box.
As you can see, the boxes are big enough to store two litters of cat, but that doesn’t mean they’re big enough for the entire litter.
The metal box would only fit about one litre (12 grams) in there.
We also had to add a large piece of metal to hold the container in place.
To keep the litter out of the water, we had to wrap it with a plastic bag to prevent it from getting into our faucet.
The cat litter also had a plastic liner to protect it from water damage.
The only thing we were concerned about was the litter’s weight.
It wasn’t too big for the litter boxes we bought, but it definitely felt heavier than it needed to be.
We spent some time deciding what size to put the cat’s bed in.
As we put the litter in, we realized it was about 3 feet (9 cm) long and about 1 foot (30 cm) wide.
Our first thought was to add some padding, but our main concern was what would happen if the litter got wet and spilled on the cat.
It turns out, a wet cat bed could cause a lot of damage to the cat and even break the litter.
Luckily, we were pretty confident that the cat wouldn’t notice the problem, so after a few minutes of putting the litter back together, we decided to go ahead and put the whole thing in the bin.
To be honest, we didn’t think much of the litter until we tried it out for ourselves.
As soon as we got a taste of it, we knew that it was worth it.
After the cat was finished with his meal, we got back into the litter box and began to put it away.
The first thing that we noticed was that it felt a little tight.
We had tried to put in some cat-friendly items like the litter, and even the cat seemed to enjoy it.
Then, after a while, we noticed the litter had started to lose some weight.
That’s when we realized we needed to change the size of the cat toy.
To make the cat more comfortable, we added a cat’s leash.
When we got to the end of the toy, the litter dropped down to just under 3 feet and was just under 1 foot wide.
The weight of the bedding was also becoming a bit less noticeable, so that made the difference between it being too small and too big.
The next day, we tried putting the cat toys back in the litter bin and seeing what happened.
We could not believe how small they were.
They weighed just over a pound (2.3 kilograms) each.
After the cat had