Can Cats Go Green? The Definitive Guide To Shrinking Your Cat’s Carbon Pawprint

Can Cats Go Green? The Definitive Guide To Shrinking Your Cat’s Carbon Pawprint

Reading Time: 5 minutes Compared to humans and most dogs, we’re tiny. But for an animal with such little feet, your cat’s carbon pawprint is huge. According to a 2017 issue of Forbes Magazine, cats and dogs are responsible for about a quarter of the greenhouses gas emissions caused by animal agriculture. Can cats go green? Well, yes and no. We’re obligate carnivores and need protein from animal sources. But there are still ways to reduce our impact on the environment. Keep reading to find out what they are.