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Thread: Single thread, single question. GRASS LITTER?

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    Single thread, single question. GRASS LITTER?

    I just got asked not to make multiple threads when I have only made one. The thread was then closed. Just thought you might want to know. Unless this also is considered "multiple"...? I expected a little more hospitality honestly. I would still like responses to whether or not the grass litter has been used by anyone.

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    Re: Single thread, single question. GRASS LITTER?

    You had two threads with the same question.
    The one that was closed https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum...ding-questions
    The one that I answered you on https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum...ing-Cat-Litter

    As I said in the thread I answered you on yesterday, the litter you were asking about isn't technically grass it is seeds. Clumping litter is dangerous if ingested regardless of what it is made of, it is the clumping action itself that is bad for the digestive system. I don't think you will find anyone who had used it for guinea pigs as it is not safe to use with guinea pigs.

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    Re: Single thread, single question. GRASS LITTER?

    We still now have two threads on this subject, plus one closed one. I'm closing this one also.

    The discussion for this issue is at https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum...ing-Cat-Litter.

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