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    That's about what I used too.

    It's making me lazy though.

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    The tracking says Wednesday. You have a few days to wait still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwhyu2 View Post
    I added a new cat to my home,he followed me and just came inside,I will have to go through neighborhood today to see if he is lost or left out,he is now hiding under my bed when I get a pic of him I will post.I have two other cats and they were freaked but now they are OK.
    Found the family of the lost cat and they are glad to have him back,it made me feel good,and I got to go to a cookout today in their back yard.
    All is good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwhyu2 View Post
    Found the family of the lost cat and they are glad to have him back,it made me feel good,and I got to go to a cookout today in their back yard.
    All is good!
    I'm glad you were able to find the cat's family. It was also a great thing that you took it in and kept it safe.

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    I would just use the Bio-Clean and skip the baking soda.
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    Default This week's box change

    This morning, I did the weekly litter box change. The litter was changed a week ago Thursday evening with 1/2 scoop of Bio-Clean in the bottom and 1/2 scoop on top of the fresh litter.

    It has been warm and humid, plus the bottom of the plastic liner had been shredded by their claws, so there was some wetness on the bottom of the box. I fully expected it to reek, but there was no odor.

    Obviously the Bio-Clean is working. I did see the literature enclosed in the package which called for 1/8 inch of it on the bottom of the pan. For weekly changes, I don't think it needs that much.

    One thing is for certain. Bio-Clean will become a staple item for the litter box. Next I need to try it on the drains....
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    I have to wonder if all the poor in India and Africa were given that high protein cat food components instead bags of old rice, that they would no longer suffer and we would all end up with more birds and lizards in America.

    A bag of bio cleans cost likely exceeds the [several] months income of the average African family.

    Sorry all you cat lovers, but my neighbor says he shot 24 feral cats in the last 6 months. I have a large dog that lives on table scraps and keeps the cats far away.

    Why dont you guys get chickens that at least give you a return on your investment and make great pets? They eat ANYTHING, including cooked feral cats.

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    I find the house cats to be friendly.
    When I'm in Hawaii, I let the feral cats alone. Those are not so friendly.
    My cat is my buddy though.

    And yes, rice isn't much for supporting life. We feed our pets better here.
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