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March 2009 Issue

Ten Ways to Go Green

Here are some useful tips to help you and your cat reduce her carbon pawprint on Mother Earth.

It should come as no surprise that Mother Nature is on the verge of taking a permanent sick day. After all, harmful climate changes due to greenhouse gases, air and water pollution, and the destruction of natural habitats are putting our planet and its inhabitants — both two- and four-legged — in peril. Hopefully, many of us have begun to make some changes in our daily lives to help reverse the damage done to, well, everything. But what role can our cats play in being good stewards of our beleaguered planet? There are many practical ways to reduce your feline’s carbon pawprint, which include switching to a corn or wheat-based cat litter and recycling cat food containers instead of throwing them in the trash. Get a jump start on Earth Day (April 22) by incorporating the following tips into your daily routine. Start out slowly if you wish by trying one or two new tips each week. Encourage your friends, family members and co-workers to join in your quest for a sustainable future. You’ll find that it’s not only fun and easy to "go green," but you’ll see that you can make a positive and lasting impact on our world, which will please Mother Nature.

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