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Hello, permies! I'm Rose Seemann, happy to be your visiting author for the week of June 1. I'll be talking about the scintillating topic of dog and cat waste recycling. I'm sure you all have unique opinions and approaches regarding this subject. So in addition to answering questions (and digging up answers), I'll be interested in hearing your perspectives. My company, EnviroWagg, composts tons of dog waste in Metro Denver and Boulder, Colorado into garden soils . I've researched the subject and included this data, plus feedback from DIY-ers, in my new book, The Pet Poo Pocket Guide. I look forward to talking with you next week!
 
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Welcome! This subject is very relevant to my interests, because right now cat waste and litter make up the bulk of the stuff we still send to the landfill. We compost our own waste, and have been talking about the possibility of handling the cats' the same way, but weren't quite sure of the details.

I look forward to seeing you around next week.
 
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Hi Roberta - Thanks for the welcome. Recycling cat waste is a subject close to my heart because I've been doing that with our Max's poo for years. Talk to you more about it next week!
 
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