Composting Pet Poo: Is It For You?

To compost pet poo, or not to compost pet poo? That is the question that either grosses you out, or makes total sense ...

What do you think? You might feel differently when you see what we have after the jump.

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Meet the Pet Friendly Naturemill Composter ($399) -- a composter made specifically to deal with pet waste and cat litter.

We've talked about Naturemill's products before, and they seem to get good reviews; but, this is the first time we've ever seen a composter like this.

Here are some important facts from the web site:

  • It works for up to 2 large dogs, or 4 cats, rabbits, hamsters, snakes, ferrets, or other small animals.
  • It's suggested that you use it outdoors -- ummm... yeah.
  • And, according to moderncat, the compost should only be used on trees and bushes, not fruits and veggies.

So what do you think? Obviously the composter is on the expensive side .... but, price aside, are you interested in composting pet poo?

Is anyone doing it without the aid of a Naturemill?

Via moderncat

top image via nattywoohoo; Flickr.com