Don’t look now but it seems that this eco-friendly thing has even reached classifying the pets in your home today. We all know that eco-friendly often refers to consumer goods and governing issues that the world has today but this issue on eco-friendly pets is indeed intriguing.
(Source)Teasdale’s family is not on its own: 63% of Australian households, one of the highest rates in the world, own a pet. This includes 2.75 million dogs, 2.3 million cats, 9 million birds, 20 million fish and, increasingly, reptiles. Earlier this year, carbon-trading company Easy Being Green estimated that an average cat causes almost half a tonne of greenhouse gas emissions per year, and a dog produces 1.75 tonnes. So how do you keep your pet green?
Pets deserve to eat too. But they too are not spared from the organically practicing food they digest. They have their share of having to cope up and sacrifice as well. At least we are in good company!