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Old 11-16-2012, 12:27 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Antares View Post
I've read about dehydrating cut flowers in cat litter. Of course, you have to completely envelope the flowers in cat litter, so perhaps it's just a matter of getting enough litter into your apartment.

Perhaps you could contact a construction company and have them bring you a whole dump truck load of cat litter which you could then shovel into the appropriate rooms.

If you do try this, we'd love to see pictures--and of course, do write up an ongoing report about it, too. You know, give us the play-by-play of how it's working and all!

P.S. Better leave the kitchen unlittered, though, otherwise you won't have enough moisture around to wash dishes! (But, hey, drying them will be a snap!)
Then Grumpy Grandma will be the crazy cat lady with 100 cats. Better get busy crocheting them all sweaters. lol
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