Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Why is clay litter so bad?

Did you know that clay-based cat litter contains a clumping agent called sodium bentonite?  

Did you know that it can be dangerous and potentially fatal for cats?

Sodium bentonite is acquired by clay litter manufacturers through strip mining. 
Strip mining involves the removal of trees, shrubs and wildlife from a given areas.

The top layer of soil can be extracted to access buried deposits of the profitable materials underneath.  Strip mining is incredibly disruptive to plant and animal life and pollution becomes a serious concern if the excavated material is process on site.

The good news, Consumers now have a healthier and safer option for their cats.

Be sure to offer them the goodness of all natural cat litter:  For example Swheat Scoop.
Made from wheat and natural grains, better for cats, people and the planet.

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