Let's face it... changing the litter box is no fun task and cleaning the bottom of the litter box after you dump the litter is even less fun. Our Biodegradable Litter Box Liners make changing time quicker, easier, and a little less gross.
Cat waste, however, should not be composted, as its composition can be quite toxic. Cat waste should always be scooped from the litter box and then put in your trash. There are a number of new biodegradable cat litters on the market. We also do not recommend flushing it down the toilet because cat poop may endanger sea otters.
Using these biodegradable cat pan liners to dispose of the remaining biodegradable litter makes good environmental sense.
Biodegradable cat pan liners are non-allergenic. Cats can be allergic to plastic and other known allergens. Allergies usually build up over time from constant contact with the allergen. Calicos, Tortiseshells, Black cats and Siamese cats are more prone to allergies than other breeds.
If you suspect your cat has an allergy (red, itchy rashes), consult your veterinarian to determine the source. It is best to use hard-fired ceramic bowls, instead of molded plastic, for serving your cat food. Using a biodegradable cat litter made naturally from renewable grain crops may protect your cat from certain chemicals. Using BioBag non-allergenic liners is an environmentally safe way to further protect your pet.