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  • Holly Tse Wants to Save the Planet One Cat Toy at a Time

    She shares some earth-friendly kitty toy projects even the most DIY-challenged of us can assemble.

  • How to Create Your Own Green Cat Toys

    Cats love to play, but they’re notorious for being both fickle and finicky when it comes to cat toys. If this describes your cat, then you’ve probably spent hard-earned money on a new cat toy and been disappointed when your cat got bored with the toy after only a few minutes. It’s even more disheartening …

  • 12 Awesome Eco-friendly Cat Toys

    Cats love to play and their sharp claws and teeth can turn cheaply made toys into trash in just a few minutes. Almost every cat owner has witnessed their kitty tear apart a flimsy cat toy with just a few paw swipes. Low-quality toys need to be thrown out and replaced frequently, which makes them …

  • Cleaning Your Cat House the Earth-friendly Way

    Cats love to explore their environments. You’ll find them prowling through your living room, slinking along the kitchen counter, having a snooze in the bathroom sink, or even poking a head in the toilet bowl. What you may not know is that your cat’s daily routine could be exposing him to potentially harmful chemicals through …

  • How to Reduce Your Cat’s Carbon Pawprint

    You recycle your cans and bottles, you’ve replaced plastic bags with reusable totes and you’ve switched to fluorescent light bulbs. While you do your part to help the environment, there’s one family member who isn’t pulling her weight and that’s Kitty. Luckily, it’s easy for Kitty to go green without radically altering her lifestyle. Here …

  • One Earth-friendly Litter I’d Recommend

    Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat is what we use. No perfume (a big plus!), no dust, excellent odor control, super clumping. It might seem expensive upfront – forty pound bags are $14 – $17. However, it clumps so well, less gets used up, and the clumps don’t break apart and get mixed with the clean litter. …

  • 8 Reasons to Green Your Cat’s Lifestyle

    There’s no denying that it’s trendy to be green. Celebrities are proudly sporting fuel-efficient hybrid SUVs. Musicians are lending their names to green clothing lines and reusable grocery bags. Green is hot and it’s here to stay. However, just because the latest starlet pulls up in her electric car, that’s not a good enough reason …

  • How to Choose a Green Cat Litter

    If you’ve been thinking about switching to an earth-friendly cat litter, the good news is that there are now more choices than ever before. Some of the more popular green litters are made from corn, wheat, recycled paper, and pine. These days, you can also find litters made from exotic ingredients such as organic wheatgrass, …

  • What are some ways I can “green” my cat’s lifestyle?

    Are there any changes — to litter, toys, food, etc. — anyone would suggest?

  • How can I keep litter fresher longer?

    I have tried the expensive litters like Arm n Hammer and Tidy Cat etc but none of those can stop the cat pee smell with them only using the box for like 4 days when fresh litter is put in. I have two extra large cat litter boxes, and 5 cats use them. All Female. …

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