When you get to know your cat: What you should know about the health risks of cat litter

You’ve seen a lot of cat pictures in your lifetime, and probably not many of them have cats in them.

But what you might not have seen is the health consequences of cat-litter.

It’s the first time you’ve ever heard the word cat and you’re sure you know what it means.

Cat litter is the stuff cats get on their feet to make their fur softer and their coats shiny.

But there’s more to it than just making their fur fluffy.

Cat owners also put cat litter in the ground to make it look cleaner and their cat’s fur thicker.

And if you look closely, you might find that the litter is made from a mixture of different materials, including bacteria and mold.

The most common of these materials is cat hair, which contains bacteria and other microorganisms.

In a study published in 2012, researchers in the US showed that cat hair in a petri dish has an antibiotic effect.

“This study was an important step in understanding the antibacterial activity of cat hair and the antibacterials it has on humans,” says Katherine Smith, a veterinary microbiologist at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

It also found that the hair has an antibacterial effect on the cat, and also that the cat can be killed by using a topical antibiotic that works on bacteria.

It appears that cats can become infected with some strains of MRSA, a type of bacteria that can cause a range of health problems, including infections of the urinary tract, eyes and lungs.

That’s why some cat owners also use cat hair as an alternative to regular cat litter.

There are a few reasons for this, says Smith.

“The hair is used to make the cat smell nice, to make sure the cat is fed the right amount of food and to make a nice, shiny coat,” she says.

“And it’s used to prevent the spread of diseases.”

The bacteria and dust are also absorbed into the cat’s skin, so there’s a risk of infections, Smith says.

The more cat hair you use, the more likely you are to get MRSA and other bacterial infections, and the more risk you are of catching a serious skin infection.

“People are getting MRSA more often than they used to, and they’re doing what they can to reduce the number of cats,” Smith says, but there’s still the risk of contracting an infection.

That doesn’t mean it’s safe to use cat litter as an option.

“It’s not a panacea,” Smith notes.

“You can’t use it for every health issue that your cat is experiencing.

But it is a possibility that your dog is getting MRBS and other infections, so you’re going to want to consider what you’re putting in the litter before you give it to your dog.”

There are also a number of health concerns with cat litter that you might need to consider before giving your cat a cat litter: cat litter can leach chemicals into the soil, which can cause damage to your property, Smith explains.

And, most importantly, cats are attracted to cat litter when it’s wet.

If your cat has an infection or another health problem, your vet will be able to find the best option for your pet.

If you have pets who are allergic to cat hair or cats or you have other health issues, Smith recommends taking them to a veterinarian to get a test done to make certain that your pet is not allergic to the bacteria and fungi that are in the cat litter and to get the cat cleaned and tested for allergies.