kitty litter cover-up

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There is a national shortage of kitty litter.

The National press are conspiring to supress this story.  Some regional press are sneaking out reports. The Burton press managed  this excerpt:

Tesco, on St Peter’s Bridge, sold out of cat litter on Thursday as customers grabbed supplies to use as a handy and effective substitute for gritting salt. Sales have rocketed by 70 per cent in a week.

The East anglia times noted panic purchase of pussy essentials

Customers at Tesco stores in Kesgrave and Martlesham are reporting a shortage of eggs, bread and milk, while there was also word of rapidly emptying shelves at Sainsbury’s in Warren Heath.   Anti-freeze products, boots and thermal underwear have also proved popular, alongside a surprise best-seller – cat litter.

Local councils are running out of grit for the roads so private citizens are stepping-up to fill the void left by the hording and abusing of  the litter of the cat.   This reduces supplies for normal cat toilet abilities.   There could be unanticipated consequences.

Your eyewitness, on the spot, roving reporter  [ME!]  is out and about interviewing the kitties that matter, those  suffering from this very shortage.

In this revealing interview footage we listen to

  • a vey frustrated, unlittered cat
  • icicles melting
  • the police sirens as they chase people deliberately over-purchasing kitty litter for elicit purposes

sinkingMatrix has difficulty walking on the snow and fails to find an acceptable toilet.     Her experience is similar to that of many of the UKs mainly outdoor kitties.

What will happen next?

How can I improvise when my stocks run out and my indoor kitties refuse to conduct their ablutions in the snow. OH!

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5 bits of lovely banter on “kitty litter cover-up”

  1. Madame Defarge writes:

    These poor victims of the weather. Is there no compassion left in the world?

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  2. Scarlet writes:

    If I remember correctly… doormats can make an excellent substitute.
    Sx

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  3. Happy Frog writes:

    Hope the puss cats are coping OK 🙂

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  4. kevin writes:

    They’ve spent all year using my plant pots as latrines so I’m getting my own back by buying up the kitty litter

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  5. wendy writes:

    Mme Defarge – indeed, there are times when the cunning devious of non-felines almost matches that of felines.

    Scarlet – Oh! thanls for the tip. I may stock up on door mats if the litter shortage continues.

    Happy Frog – they are loving having me working from home, all the entertainment… (except they dont like it when I start singing)

    Kevin – you have some talented kitties in Helmindale – targetting plant pots

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