5 ways to Green Your Cat
Your kitty’s environmental pawprint may seem small, but don’t let its diminutive appearance deceive you. Kitty litter, cat food, and other feline accessories all have ecological impacts. Try these earth-friendly solutions to help your cat become a more purr-fect planetary partner.
Organic meat farmers don’t use antibiotics or feed animals grain that has been treated with pesticides—factors that amount to a healthier pet and a healthier environment.
Clay based kitty litters are strip mined and contain silica, a known human carcinogen. Since the planet doesn't have nine lives, make an effort to provide your cat with biodegradable options.
A viable option for green poop scoopers (especially those with greenthumbs), composting pet waste keeps it from polluting waterways, clogging landfills, and spreading disease.
Do Kitty a favor and make sure she doesn't become too frisky. Unfixed felines are responsible for growing stray and feral cat populations that kill or out-compete wildlife that's often endangered.
Is Princess hosting a three-ring flea circus in her fur? Make sure you send 'em packing with a nontoxic yet effective flea remedy that's safe for your earth and your precious pet.