What you need to know about cat litter (and cat poop)

cat litter is a waste product that is usually created from household waste.

Its used to create a “cat litter box” for the purpose of holding cats in place in a box for long periods of time.

The cat litter box, also known as a cat crate, is typically placed in a room, with the cat sitting on it, with its tail between its legs.

It is meant to prevent the cat from jumping into the box.

However, cats are not always good at sitting still, so if the cat is not allowed to sit still it can fall over and become trapped.

To prevent this, a cat must be held in the cat litter and its body weight on the litter box.

Cats do not have a normal weight so if they are given a small amount of litter in their mouth and throat, it will make a “dagger” in their throat, which they can bite and get stuck in.

This will cause them to choke on the cat’s saliva.

Cat litter is also used to make cat food, which is often made from the litter.

To make food, cats can either chew on the pellets or they can suck on the food particles.

This is also known in the UK as “feral cat food”.

As well as the waste product, the cat also becomes a litter source.

This means that if you have cats that have been left outside on their own, or have cats who are overweight, or if you use cat litter as a litter box for other pets, you could be putting the health of your cat at risk.

In fact, one study found that cats living in cat litter boxes were twice as likely to be attacked by dogs than cats in normal-appearing areas.

There are some other concerns with cat litter.

The chemicals in cat cat litter can contain mercury and lead, which can cause a range of health problems for the cat.

It also contains the bacteria that causes cat gastro-esophageal reflux, a condition in which the water in the gut of a cat is unable to drain properly and the water enters the stomach and can cause gas, diarrhoea and stomach pain.