[Sca-cooks] OT:Cat Litter Substitute
sclemenger at msn.com
Wed Oct 1 18:29:20 PDT 2008
Dunno, but in either case, you'd better make *d at mned* sure that your septic
system can handle the stuff. We used to have a lot of issues with that sort
of thing (even normally flushable stuff) when I was a kid, because we
weren't hooked into a city system--we lived out in the country and had a
septic tank/drain field set up. I would have been scrubbing the thing out
with my toothbrush if Dad had ever caught me flushing kitty litter. Good
grief...just scoop it out and throw it away!
--Maire, thumbs-for-hire for three cats of her own, and one "orphan"
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Kemker" <groups.kemkerj at gmail.com>
To: "Cooks within the SCA" <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 5:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] OT:Cat Litter Substitute
> What's the difference between a "metric butt-load" and an "imperial
> butt-load"? Are Imperial Butt-Loads safe to flush?
> On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Martha Oser <osermart at msu.edu> wrote:
> > "Clumping" cat litter _may_ clog your toilet, if the clumps you try to
> > flush are too big and/or your toilet doesn't flush well.
> > Regular granular clay-based cat litter that does not clump (I use Tidy
> > Cat)
> > generally will not clog your toilet unless you try to flush a metric
> > butt-load of it all at once.
> > Scoop the poop and flush it. When you want to clean out the whole box,
> > dump the loose litter into a trash bag for disposal.
> > -Helena
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