Respiration problems are not the only thing for clay cat litter
Post Time: 2020-04-20Many cat owners are aware of the possible side effects of silica dust and clay cat litter, but respiration problems are not the only thing to consider when purchasing cat litter.
All cats should clean their fur and paws. The clay litter sticking to the fur and paws will be eaten into the stomach by the cat with this behavior. The litter absorbs the moisture in the intestines and expands, causing blockages, affecting absorption of nutrients. Therefore, it is important to choose a dust-free, naturally decomposable cat litter for cats.