Every year, cats in the U.S. deposit about 1.2 million metric tons of feces. A vast and underappreciated health danger may lurk in that cat poop, say scientists in the journal Trends in Parasitology.
"What we're seeing are chemicals that can cause endocrine disruption, that can cause nervous system damage, that can cause reproductive damage, that can cause developmental damage
PETA needs to rethink their position on this subject. And fast.
Using herbs to treat cats is generally contraindicated due to their extreme sensitivity and tendency to react negatively; however, slippery elm bark has been found effective and safe for use in cats.