And, if you're having trouble finding your favorite litter, I suggest looking on Amazon. I can't think of anything better than having your litter delivered to your door, and not having to lug it from the car to the house, you just have to lug it from the door to your desired location...but, I also get the BIG bags.
Any questions, PM me.
Trouble is on youtube -- look for username troublesdadpaul.. watch the bottom of the screen before the ending. I also have acouple short 20 second clips of Joey in Feb 2011 a month before he was sent to Mona because of his Kidneys.
After Chloe passed away last October, Cooper wouldn't lay in any spots that belonged to her. I was finally able to clean her favorite spots (all but one) and now he is slowly claiming some of them as his.
I had always heard that animals respected each others space and now I know first hand that they do. I wonder if that might have been why Trouble was slow to warm up to her new home?
Even litter that is classified as flushable has a warning on the label that it is not safe for septic systems so that isn't an option for me. I keep an old coffee can under the sink in the bathroom and scoop into that. I have another larger covered container in the garage that I dump the litter from the coffee can into and then my hubby spreads it in our pasture.
Trouble has made amazing progress but then, she has the best daddy in the world. :)
Oh I wouldn't go that far. Thank You. *BLUSHES*
Thank goodness I don't have to deal with a septic tank; I think you are right. I think that might stop me from moving onto a property. Definite deal-breaker! I've heard of people using dynamite, every so often, to blast the "sugar.honey.ice.tea" off the sides of the tank. I can't imagine anyone wanting to be bothered with that if they don't have to be.
Trouble is lovely! :)