Cat litter absorbs oil and other types of liquid spills in a manner similar to a sponge drawing in water. Kitty litter granules contain absorbent clay called bentonite. Some types of kitty litter also contain items such as wheat, paper, corn and other natural materials.Know More
Cat litter sprinkled over a fresh oil spill contains the oil instantly and prevents the spill from growing. The oil spill smears if wiped up with paper or cloth towels and instead should be swept up in about an hour.
Cat litter also works to absorb moisture making the growth of mold and mildew less likely in damp areas. After sprinkling cat litter in an area prone to dampness, it can be swept up or vacuumed as necessary.Learn more in Cats
A cat's age can be determined by examining it for signs of sexual maturity and by looking at its teeth, coat and eyes. The presence of baby teeth and the amount of staining on the teeth are clues to age. Several behaviors and physical characteristics are indicative of sexual maturity, which occurs at approximately five months. Fur and eye changes can be used as general indicators of approximate age.Full Answer >
To groom a cat, brush it, put several inches of water in a bathtub, put the cat in the tub, pour water over the cat, shampoo and rinse and dry the cat. This 30-minute process requires a bathtub, a bath mat, water, a pitcher, cat shampoo and towels.Full Answer >
The composition of cat litter depends on whether it is clay-based or clumping. Clay-based cat litter is made of an absorbent, granulated clay, while clumping or scoopable litter is made of bentonite and silica. Greener, more eco-friendly options include wheat, sawdust, pine and cedar chips, newspaper and baking soda.Full Answer >
Grumpy Cat's breed is unknown. Her mother is a short-haired domestic calico. A male cat in Grumpy's house has gray and white stripes, but Grumpy's owners are unsure if that cat is Grumpy's father.Full Answer >