5 Tips for Eco-Friendly Pet Owners in Singapore Part Two

  • Find an Alternative to Cat Sand

Having a cat is identical to the use of cat litter in sufficient quantities. Cat sand itself is useful as a “toilet” for these animals. But unfortunately, most cat litter is less environmentally friendly and does not decompose well in nature. To overcome this, we can choose “cat sand” made from sawdust, waste paper, or soybean dregs.

  • Choose Toys That Are Not Easily Damaged

Like humans, pets can get bored too. Therefore, not infrequently we provide toys to entertain them. So that the toys we provide are not easily damaged and do not easily turn into garbage, make sure to choose toys of good quality. In addition, choose toys made of natural materials such as natural rubber, hemp, or cotton.

If you want to save even more, you can also make your own toys for pets. we can make toys by utilising used goods such as used cardboard, used paper, and much more. Get creative!

  • Use Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Liquid

To bathe your pet, use a cleaning liquid such as a special soap or shampoo that is environmentally friendly in Singapore. Avoid using cleaning fluids that contain too many chemicals. Besides being able to pollute the environment, these chemicals can also endanger the health of the animal itself.

Sometimes we think, if we have pets, we will produce a lot of waste. In fact, if we know the tips and tricks above, we can reduce waste. Happy trying, let’s go green!

Sergio Coleman

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