Tuesday, January 26, 2016
This past weekend I ran across a forum talking about using layer crumbles for kitty litter, and how much a person can save. I was running it over in my head for a day or two.
I was shopping in Big Lots and struck up a conversation with a lady looking at Kitty supplies. I asked her what she used for litter.
LOW AND BEHOLD, she hesitated and then said she uses LAYER CRUMBLES. She gets them at Tractor Supply,
Clinton does have a feed store also, so I decided to check theirs out, plus I had read they have nice Paul T Brown calendars FREE. They don't always have name brand feed, so I bought the Ware crumbles, manufactured in Houston MS, 10.95 I think for 50 lbs.
My kitties are not indoors 24/7 as I live 1000feet off the road. So far they are ok with the crumbles, I did mix a bit of the clay litter with.
Since starting this I have read another forum that says, the non medicated starter crumbles does clump better, so when this FIFTY pounds is gone, I may try it. AT least it is biodegradables plus I can feed it to the chickens and birds if it doesn't work out.
IF the kitties will use it, I'm all for doing my little part towards helping the environment.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
There are a couple deer that nibble on the pond bank at dusk every evening. Shebaroosome runs that fence line (electric) yapping until I bring her in. OOPS, she got to close to the fence last week and got bit. I heard her yelp and too the house she ran. It took her 30 minutes to calm down. she slowed up a couple days, but now its back to running her side of the fence. she gets plenty exercise.
I downed a couple trees for a better view from the tall side of the pond, which is low due to the dam that needs repairing. the mobile home in site is the empty one next door, empty for a couple years now and hope it stays that way,
Just for reference on the low water, The water should be almost to where Sheba stands.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Tuesday, January 12, 2016