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Year 2, Week 36 Results: 49.6 oz of plastic waste. Why do kitties eat plastic?
Posted By Beth Terry On February 23, 2009 @ 3:48 pm In Plastic Tally 2009-03-15,Weekly Results 2009 | 10 Comments
Why oh why do kitties eat plastic fleece? Last August I retired a holey red fleece blanket  that the kitties had been chowing down on. Now, here’s the blanket we’ve used as a throw on our sofa for several years. I bought it long before I began avoiding new plastic. 100% polyester. Yummy!
Here’s the tally:
Items bought before the plastic project began:
New plastic waste this week:
That’s it! Only 4 items this week, and only 1 of which was new.
After my Guilt & Gratitude post , Michael and I had a conversation about buying new things. He’s even more frugal than I am when it comes to avoiding new purchases, preferring to support thrift stores and often bringing home the rejected items that neighbors leave out “for free.” I told him about The Compact . I kind of feel like we already live a Compact-like life without joining or verbally committing to anything.
This week, I have another story to share about finding a way to avoid a new purchase. And this one doesn’t involve any guilt at all.
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URLs in this post:
 holey red fleece blanket: http://myplasticfreelife.com/2008/08/year-2-week-10-results-196-oz-of/
 Smart Litter Organic and Safe: http://www.petfoodexpress.com/products/detail/smart-litter-organic-n-safe-formula
 Guilt & Gratitude post: http://myplasticfreelife.com/2009/02/guilt-gratitude-glass/
 The Compact: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thecompact/
 Image: https://plus.google.com/+BethTerry
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