Litters Sentence Examples
In the month of the " diminishing of waters " the rain gods or Tlalocs were propitiated by a procession of priests with music of flutes and trumpets carrying on plumed litters infants with painted faces, in gay clothing with coloured paper wings, to be sacrificed on the mountains or in a whirlpool in the lake.
They are very prolific, the female producing several litters in the year, each consisting of over a dozen blind young; and these, when not more than three weeks old, are turned out of the parental burrow to form underground homes for themselves.
I have 2 sows (female guinea pigs) avalible for sale both from different litters, but live together great at the moment.
Purchasing a kitten from an experimental breeder can help support the emerging breed and future litters.
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Although silica was granted a safe issuance for cat litters, the question remains as to why a chemical that has been classified as carcinogenic could possibly be declared safe to use in cat litter.
Silica cat litter doesn't really form a litter dust in the same fashion as bentonite clay litters.
The real danger of silica litters comes with ingestion.
There are still many large-name litter manufacturers that produce clay litters, but many pet owners have become concerned about the safety of bentonite clay-based cat litter.
Clay litter varieties were amongst the first commercially sold cat litters, and they have been on the market for over half a century.Advertisement
Some pet owners have claimed that clay litters can cause all sorts of health problems for cats, for other household pets that reside in the same home as clay-using cat, and even for pet owners themselves.
The controversy stems from the fact that bentonite clay litters may enter the lungs and digestive tracts of a cat and trigger negative effects.
Some protesters of clay litters even theorize that bentonite can coat the intestines, preventing the absorption of nutrients and causing an overgrowth of unhealthy bacteria.
Unfortunately, few studies have been executed to determine whether the theoretical concerns have any tangible results to confirm the idea that clay litters are toxic.
The actual theory behind the toxicity of clay litters does seem scientific.Advertisement
There are alternatives to clay litters available on the market.
Some manufacturers of natural cat products have been creating "safer" litters derived from grain and corn.
However, the difficultly with the biodegradable non-clay litters is that these alternative cat products do not always possess the odor absorptive properties of clay.
However, pet owners transitioning their cats towards the use of pine litters may be in for a few unwanted surprises.
Clay and silica cat litters are still the dominant types in the world of kitty litter.Advertisement
However, pine litter provides a viable alternative to cat owners who want to avoid some of the major concerns surrounding clay and silica-based litters.
However, clay litters form clay dust when cats are sifting through their litter or when a cat owner is cleaning the box.
Although experts say silica cat litters are safe as long as they are not ingested, the very concept of having a known carcinogen in close contact with a cherished pet makes some pet owners uneasy.
American landfills are already chock full of non-biodegradable cat litters, but with the pine variety, you can flush or dispose of these substances guilt free.
Like the other Arm and Hammer cat litters, this litter is also relatively dust free and low tracking.Advertisement
There are bargain-brand cat litters on the market, but most premium cat litter, including Arm and Hammer's various offerings, will cost more than the bargain brands.
Some people object to heavily scented litters, so it is nice that Arm and Hammer packages their cat litter products in both scented and unscented versions.
By purchasing this litter, you can show your commitment to living green while you provide your cat with a safe alternative to clay-type litters.
When the first few litters arrive, breeders often choose a theme to help name the kittens and identify them as being from the same litter.
Some litters are named after brands of chewing gum while others take on the titles of famous poets, classical scholars, and high-end fashion designers.
Clay clumping litters produce a dust and film when they are cleaned or when your cat shuffles around in the box.
Even silica litters have been said to cause respiratory irritation, so they may not be the best option over pine and corn varieties.
Backyard breeders are generally pet owners who love their animals and enjoy having a couple of litters of puppies each year, which they sell to locals who come in answer to a newspaper add.
Avoid Puppy Mills - disreputable breeding farms that mistreat animals by confining them in inadequate kennels, under poor conditions just to create additional litters.
Breeders may choose to give formal kennel names to litters of puppies before they go to their new homes.
She has had three litters prior to this one, and she is producing milk, but we do not feel any puppies.
With all of her prior litters you could tell she was pregnant.
They do not often have multiple litters, and take care to create a good environment for early puppy socialization.
Many good-natured female Pits are not taken care of and wind up pregnant with unwanted litters.
Entire litters may still develop parvo even after administering vaccines accordingly because the vaccine can't provide sufficient protection against certain aggressive strains of the parvovirus such as CPV-2c.
Many people who have unwanted litters offer them for adoption through their local vet's office.
Often there is a bulletin board in the waiting area where pet owners can post details and photos about their litters.
Cruella De Ville and her minions are out to snatch up all the litters of dalmatians possible, and Pongo and Perdita have to save them.
If someone litters while driving the vehicle, the registered owner is often responsible for any legal action or fees that might result.
But soon, as we readers discovered, he clarified that hobbits weren't den beasts that dug out burrows to house their litters, but little people who built their homes underground.
The experiments of the latter author show that, if a gametically pure black rat be crossed with an albino derived from a piebald black and white ancestry, all the offspring in successive litters will be black; but if the same black parent be crossed with albinoes extracted from parents of which one or both are grey, then both grey and black members will appear in the successive litters.
Two litters are produced in one year, as pigs are usually weaned at two months old, and the sow will take the boar at from three days to a week after the pigs are removed, according to condition.
The nest is placed in clefts of rocks, among timber or in hollow trees, and there are generally three litters in a season.
A prolific breeder - up to 10 litters of 4-8 young per year are reported.
Black sewage water oozes down the middle and dried excrement litters the path that runs alongside.
According to the reports no litters had been produced after the alpha female had been spayed when she experienced difficulties giving birth.
The family will usually be made up by the dominant dog fox and dominant vixen and several female helpers from previous litters.
However, there are breeders that are trying to keep the polydactyl trait alive in the breed for historical reasons, and the resulting litters are not shown.
We got them at two separate times from two different litters.
I'm in college, and I'm thinking about getting two kittens, a Maine Coon and a Bengal, and allowing them to have one or two litters before spaying them.
I'll also have to help care for the litters.
First, you state that you don't want to become a breeder, yet you're thinking about breeding at least a couple of litters of mixed-breed kittens.
My two-year-old female cat was spayed a few months ago, after three litters of kittens.
Not all scoopable litters are made the same.
Most scoopable litters are made with bentonite which is a variety of clay that has cement-like qualities when liquid is added.
Clumping litters are made to absorb up tp 15 times their weight in liquid, otherwise they would not work.
On the environmental front, bentonite litters are so good at clumping that many cities now ban them because they are clogging sewers and water treatment systems.
The upside is there are safe alternatives to clay clumping litters.
The clay based litters often retain the strong ammonia smell of cat urine.
In fact, it can cover odors better than the clay based litters, especially if it is made out of pine.
The clay based litters do seem to cost less than the flushable (and compostable) cat litters.
The sodium bentonite clay used for conventional cat litters gives off particles that fly through the air as dust.
World's Best cat litter is one of the more unique cat litters on the market today.
Many of today's clumping litters use sodium bentonite.
However, many owners are on the lookout for healthier, more natural, alternatives and this is where litters like World's Best come in.
The litter clumps on contact with urine making litter box clean up much easier than with some litters.
Odor control is about five times better than regular clay litters.
There are many casual breeders of popular breeds, such as Siamese or Persians, who have not registered their litters with the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA).
Silica litters have some advantages over bentonite clay litters and brands that boast biodegradable claims, but the silica litter variety has been scrutinized in the past for safety issues.
In fact, silica may pose a greater theoretical threat than clay litters.
Silica litters have often been touted as a safer alternative to clay litters.
For these reasons, clay is sometimes pushed aside in favor of silica litters.