kitty litter

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kit′ty lit`ter

litter (def. 8).
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Noun1.kitty litter - granulated clayKitty Litter - granulated clay; placed in a container where it absorbs the waste products of a cat or dog
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
clay - a very fine-grained soil that is plastic when moist but hard when fired
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Liquid medications can be safely disposed of by pouring them into a container of kitty litter, coffee grounds, or table salt and then simply placing the container into the garbage.
Speaking to the ECHO, Billy said that the new name was in homage to the resident performer, Kitty Litter, and that the name change reflects the new direction in which its heading.
What a load of old kitty litter. We're even supposed to say "there's more than one way to peel a potato" - because "skinning a cat" is too grim.
"We both let our brakes off and I had an excursion across the kitty litter.
"Most pregnant women know to avoid dirty kitty litter and mosquito bites to protect their unborn babies from disabilities caused by infections," says Saunders, "but very few know how to prevent CMV, which causes more disabilities than Zika or fetal alcohol syndrome."
Simply get a plastic 5 gallon jug--like the ones kitty litter is packaged in.
nIf there are no disposal instructions, remove the drugs from their containers and mix the meds with something like used coffee grounds or used kitty litter. These substances should make the medications less appealing to people or pets.
Items not allowed in the compost totes include diseased plants, kitty litter, glass, plastics, metals, cardboard, Styrofoam, rubber bands, aluminum foil and walnut shells, which can be toxic to some plants and animals.
In late 2013, operators at a Los Alamos nuclear lab stuffed the wrong kind of kitty litter into a waste drum and shipped it off to Carlsbad, N.M.