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I don't think it is safe for dogs to eat cat shit... It's ok if it's accidental but if you LET it eat cat shit, it's bad. Some cats carry T.Gondii (idk if I spelt that right!) which is a parasite which controls it's host's mind. It can make them irritable and dangerous to approach. It is also transmittable to humans.

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Studies show that that actually doesnt help at all. Its just getting shit shoved in your face. Thats all it is.

Oh ew. I know that sucks but if you don't wanna smell cat poop I suggest you just clean it up quick. :/ I wouldn't want to smell that crap for 2 days...

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I think that's how the system works- its easier to clean up since room mate gets fed up with cat shit and cleans it them self, leaving said cat owner nothing to do.

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Or OP could just move the crap onto said owner's bed so the owner could "wait the 48 hours" whilst sleeping next to it.

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48 - Yes but it will dry sooner than 48 hours later. He just didn't want to do it. It's not healthy nor sanitary to let fecal matter sit around your house.

Dogs are way better, get a big dog and have him chase the cat around, then tell him it's easier to catch him when he loses energy

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Big dog = massive pile of dump. OP, please, make him buy a litter box and let him train the cat to use it. Oh, and if that cat smells poo on the floor, she will poo again on the floor. And again. And again.

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He might just need to clean the existing litter box. Cats will pee where they smell pee, it's a territory thing. Don't think it works the same way for poo.

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You use the bag to pick it up, so you don't get cat crap on your hands. You don't have to leave it in the bag when putting it in your roommate's bed... *evil giggle*

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