Disposing of kitty litter responsibly and other litter-matters
June 17, 2005 2:58 PM Subscribe
I have 3 cats. Have tried every kind of litter; clay, silica, wheat, etc. Don't want to use the corn products (politics of corn crops). Seems like the flushable litter just clogs and is bad for the environment. Clay is cheapest but bad for cats. Those silica beads take a lot of water to manufacture. Right now I use a 50-50 mix of Wheat litter & clay litter and scoop the litter into a paper bag and put it in the garbage. Can't recycle, compost or discard in yard waste.
So, 2 questions: has anyone found a better litter or better way to discard? (it must have an enormous impact on landfills I've done a pretty extensive web search which amounted to...not much.
Thanks for any advice. (PS. These are 100% indoor cats)
posted by lois1950 to Pets & Animals (22 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite