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Flushable Cat Litter FAQ

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  1. kapush says:

    Hi Elie, please accept my apologies for the delayed response. Some glitch prevented comment notifications and I was unable to approve them when I did notice them.

    To answer your question, almost anything organic can be used for mulching or composting.

    However, it may not be safe to use used cat litter on plants without first composting it. Reason being, cat poop (or any poop, for that matter) is acidic and the freshly used litter may not have the proper ph balance for plants.

    At one time, when I was into gardening, I used to have two holes dug in the garden soil. The used litter would be put in one of them, and when it was full, the hole would be covered with dry leaves and left for a couple of months. The other hole would be used, meanwhile. When it filled up, it would be covered in dry leaves and I would empty the first hole and use the compost for gardening (and start pouring in freshly used litter in the hole again)..
    Hope that helps 🙂

  2. Elie Kodsi says:

    Is the flushing cat litter safe to mix with the soil, and use it for planting?
    And is it safe to feed the used litter to the plants?

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