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Old 02-03-2013, 07:09 PM   #15
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You are correct! It's a weighty subject...gives you even more "stuff" to consider.

That's over 30 lbs of poo.... I hate dumping my litter box..think of the other possibilities with this...
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:21 PM   #16
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I hate dumping my litter box..think of the other possibilities with this...
You could train Wilson to use it!
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I had a friend with a "Trained Cat".

The only problem with it was that he had 1 bathroom and you did not want to be in there if the cat needed to use it!
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how much are the refill cartridges I wonder?

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Firstly I can see that this would have a pretty high operational cost due to having to buy the cartridges but it could get even pricier if you got caught dumping human waste into the garbage can in a lot of places. Even disposable diapers are suppose to have the contents emptied into a flush toilet prior to placing it in the garbage.
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so how are they able to sell it if its illegal to dump it?


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Well I am going to take a guess that its not against the law in all communities - but the question is how long before it is? I know in my area you are not even suppose to put doggy bags in the garbage - if the garbage collectors see them they have been known to take them out! LOL It just makes me question how long they will be around. High up front cost but what happens if they go under in a couple of years - where would you get the special cartridges?
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yeah...interesting idea but not gonna fly. Unless they had you add the wag bag powder tomake it inert. I think Im gonna just stick with my porta pottie that I can dump at home if need be.

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Even disposable diapers are suppose to have the contents emptied into a flush toilet prior to placing it in the garbage.
As a parent of five, I can tell you that no one I know does that.
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As a parent of five, I can tell you that no one I know does that.

no doubt. I suspect it all has to do with where you live and whats been drilled into you as the correct way to handle waste.
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