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A lot of cats won't use the pellets. Especially if you didn't start them off as kittens. And if they refuse to use them, somewhere in your house is at risk. :D
The bottle of Château Bourgneuf Pomerol 2001 goes well with boneless short ribs in a brown gravy which I let simmer for a couple of hours, adding small red and white potatoes and then fresh veggies towards the end. The ribs are perfectly tender, at the melting point, and right off from the start the wine is a winner.
Our quiet dinner is interrupted by a short burst of sirens followed by the familiar sound of two cars trying to occupy the same space at the same time, but especially loud. Downstairs a police van has pinned a passenger car against a light post right outside our window, putting a damper on our dinner, as every few minutes we feel obliged to interrupt tastes of ribs and sips of Pomerol to watch further developments involving the extraction of a bloodied driver from the van. A young car driver looks to be ok and gets escorted to a cop car. Could be Arab, maybe a terrorist, Roomie opines. Luckily there is no one else in his car.
We finish dinner just as the ambulance disappears down the street, Second Avenue is open again and the van disentangles itself out of the side of the car. The crowd cheers. I use the last pieces of bread to finish the gravy and make sure there is a jello pudding setting in the freezer.
All's quiet in the East Village.
In the morning Roomie meets the young guy and his girl friend on the street, canvassing the neighborhood for anyone who saw that he was not running a red light. They were a really nice couple, he says.
This is true. I will keep my kitties on scooping litter. It works for us, and they are so good about using it.
Thanks for the warning.
Lion on the Prowl
tofu cat litter! It's not dusty and you can flush it. Highly recommended.
Really? I never heard of that! Interesting. Probably a little expensive? I have a septic tank out here in the country. I wonder if it's septic friendly.
Appears that at least one of the Great Capitalist Statans features it https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&q=tofu+cat+litter&sourceid=opera&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
It clumps but then in water the clumps dissolve into a cloud of soy ... clean and neat.
I might have to try it if I can afford it! I gather that your cat likes it.
Just for fun, an accidentally perfect picture of a gone but not forgotten dog named Comet flying through the air!