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[greenyes] Kitty poop and otters


I hope the word poop isn't offending anyone! I am interested in this
article, but have to register with the LA times and don't feel like getting
on any more email lists. Can someone please forward to me? Thanks.

By the way, since I recycle most of my stuff, kitty litter is probably 60%
by volume (maybe 90% by weight) of my garbage.


On 11/23/04 4:16 PM, "greenyes-digest-help@no.address"
<greenyes-digest-help@no.address> wrote:

> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 10:52:22 -0800
> To: <Mkershner@no.address>, <greenyes@no.address>
> From: "Rose Niemi" <Rose@no.address>
> Subject: RE: [greenyes] Re: Cat Litter in the Waste Stream
> Message-Id: <s1a3166e.038@no.address>
>
> A certain descriptive word isn't making it past the thought scrubbers, and =
> has been rejected "due to content."=20
>
> The link below outlines the state of otterdom around Monterey CA, a timely =
> article for our discussion. The article mentions the need for public =
> awareness of not flushing cat you know what, due to toxoplasmosis ( also =
> dangerous to pregnant humans, I believe ).=20
>
> "Among those, about 40% died of parasites or disease, particularly =
> toxoplasmosis that comes from cat *---, said Dave Jessup, senior wildlife =
> veterinarian with the California Department of Fish and Game."
>
> http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-otters23nov23,1,5118756.story?coll=
> =3Dla-headlines-california=20






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