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Here is how Kitty’s Gone Green!TM helps the soil.

Again, in 2014, Kitty’s Gone Green!TM was added to the soil over the winter. When Spring comes, seeds will be cast for the cats to watch the plants would grow and then use them for shade or a place to play hide and seek in. Already the seeds that were left on the ground over the winter are about two inches high. The plants that were in pots and mulched with straw and our used litter have buds set and we are looking forward to this years plant growth experiments.

  

What’s in Kitty’s Gone Green!TM

Pine, White Fir and certified organic Alfalfa which makes an absorbent mixture that can be used as an animal litter and as a soil supplement/fertilizer. It is:

  • Characterized by a pleasant odor
  • Durability
  • Good absorption
  • Good odor control
  • Lightweight
  • Biodegradable
  • compost-able in approximately 6 to 12 months in residential compositors
  • Can be recycled via metro recycling of yard debris systems for composting

Some of the uses of Kitty’s Gone Green!TM.

  • We use it for pathways around the pond, yard furniture, birdbaths, bird feeders (and the birds peck at the litter for the organic alfalfa in it).
  • Great addition to our straw mulch to protect plants from freezing!
  • Great addition to our compost of leaves, straw, coffee grinds, egg shells, vegetables, compost-able paper products.
  • Can be used as an absorbent to quickly absorb and helps to kill odors (chicken houses, around the litter box for “the kitty missed the box” instances, puppy accidents).

It is especially suitable for use as a small animal litter, which effectively absorbs animal waste materials and neutralizes associated unpleasant odors, composts easily in current compost bins offered by local governments or local home building supply stores for residential use and local governments large composting facilities.

Through composting, this litter also provides nutrients into the soil and can be used solely as a soil supplement/fertilizer due to the characteristics of the pine for improving soil texture, the characteristics of white fir to improve the soil water retention capabilities and the addition of nutrients and natural growth hormones found in certified organic alfalfa I.E. Vitamin A, Folic Acid, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Niacin, Tricontanol (a natural occurring growth hormone found in the organic alfalfa), to the soil where this litter is disposed.

Not only for use for cats/kittens (including newborn) but also for dogs, rabbits, chickens, pocket pets, hedgehogs, ferrets, gardeners, reptile owners. Then into the garden or compost to become your own high quality, organic home made fertilizer that you know what went into it.

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