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RE: perlite

Hi Kitty,

Can't think of why it couldn't, only problem might be that since it's so
light, the cats will kick it all over the place, as well as track it all
over.  It is available at Menards in 4lb bags and in combined 4-pak bundles.
The price isn't too bad.

-----Original Message-----
From: []On
Behalf Of Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2005 2:49 PM
Subject: [CHAT] perlite

Well, I am just being bombarded by revelations lately.  Maybe you knew this
already, but it was news to me. There on the shelf in Wal-Mart's pet section
were 1-pound packages of perlite for only $3.94!  According to the package
it is a new kitty litter made from natural sources.  One advantage is that,
for those of us who are tired of lugging home 20-30# tubs of the stuff, the
lightweight material seems a godsend.  However, I think I can get a 4cu ft
bag for $13 at Ag-Plus.  Does anyone know if perlite can be used as cat

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