As much as we may love our dogs, their feces contain parasites, bacteria, and viruses that can make its way into the groundwater, rivers, lakes and oceans if not disposed of properly. If dog waste is left on lawns and in parks then these parasites can be transferred into the mouths of our children.
The disposal of cat waste and cat litter is a more problematic issue, since cat urine contains toxic chemicals such as ammonia, amines, and Methanethiol. Cat feces also contains parasites that can harm both humans and other animals.
Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by a single-celled parasite called Toxoplasma gondii. Toxoplasmosis is one of the most common parasitic diseases and has been found in nearly all warm-blooded animals, including pets and humans.
It is believed that the deaths of sea otters, whales and porpoises in the US and the UK could be linked to this parasite.
Paulee CleanTec is currently developing a cat litter box, which will utilize the same technology to disposing of all forms of cat waste.
THE ASHPOOPIE IS CURRENTLY IN THE ADVANCED STAGES OF PRODUCTION AND WILL BE RELEASED SOON
PAULEE CLEANTEC IS IN THE ADVANCED STAGE OF DESIGNING THE COMBOX PROTOTYPE
Rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, other rodents, rabbits, reptiles and amphibians, birds as well as other exotic animals. which are kept as pets can also have their waste treated by thePaulee CleanTec system .