Poop talk.

Aug. 8th, 2013 05:01 pm
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"Hi, I'm $Name, and I'm here about the poop?"
That's going down in history as one of the more interesting openings to a phone conversation I've had.

See, I have this bunny and he poops. Rather a lot, which the vet tells me is healthy, and thankfully most of it goes in his super easy to clean litter tray. Apparently, the only time to worry about bunny poop is when there isn't any, because that means there's something wrong, so I have to take a more active interest in another creature's shit than I ever really wanted to. I've caught myself looking into the litter tray and worrying -actually goddamn worrying- that there's not enough shit in there, but thankfully, my adorably fuzzy little shit machine has consistently ramped up production by the end of the day to put my mind at ease about that.

In the last week, my CSA farmers as well as someone on Freecycle put up notices that they were looking for poop for their compost piles. Being the generous soul that I am, I graciously let them know I had bunny poop to spare.

They wanted it. They came and got it. I am left feeling smug, because shit - literal shit - has left my house and I didn't have to do more than bag it and hand it out the door. I realize it's compost gold - hell, I have a worm bin and that's where some of the litter has already gone but unless you have a rabbit, you are seriously underestimating the amount of poop and litter that has to be dealt with. I'm used to scooping a cat box out every day and that -heh- ain't got shit on this. These people came to my house and took the bunny poop away for free. It's not taking up valuable real estate in the trash bin, I don't have to set up a dozen more worm bins to deal with it, it's gone away. Wheee!

I wish I could find someone who wanted recycled cat food as much as people want recycled hay. My life would be just about goddamn perfect.

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