Hiyaguha Cohen

Last year, we decided that our outdoor cat needed to come indoors for good, and I was concerned. She had spent the previous six years of her life doing all her business in the nearby fields and woods, and I couldn’t imagine that she’d ever use a litter box. It seemed laughable to hope that she’d switch right over to a tiny bin filled with sandy stuff. But to our amazement, Cali took to the litter box on day one.
Once I got over my pride in Cali’s remarkable litter-box achievements, I started to notice that the litter was so dusty that clouds formed in the air whenever I scooped it. It was impossible not to inhale a little. I started to worry about the litter itself. Was it safe for the cat to use? For us to be breathing in? For our other pets?

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