Thursday, April 22, 2010

Earth Day and Carbon Neutral Blog

I is supposing you knows it be Earf Day today. Akshually in our house it be Earf Day every day. Mom is rilly big on doing green stuffs. Like for the past 20 years hers has used reusable grocery bags and now also keeps a bag in hers purse, uses mesh froot and veggie bags and never brings home icky plastik bags wot we always see hanging from trees when we is out hiking. Here is why plastik bags be so noggty. But we still gets plastik bags from so many udder things like wot bred comes in, plastik envelopes and bags in the mail, wot hooman litter box paper comes in, stuff like that. We founded out on Earf Day last year that those can be recykled. Yes, they can! Rite in the bins that the noms stores has to recycle their icky plastik bags wot we never has any of to put in there!

So when mom gets reddy to go shopping for noms, she put her shopping bags on the kitchun table wif her nom list and all of the plastik bags and wrappers wadded into one of the bags. Then when she leaves, efurrything is there for her to grab so she not be furgetting nuttin and she drops the plastik bags in the recycle bin on hers way into the nom store. So just an ideer I is passing along wot you mite want to suggest to your hoomans for Earf Day. Click here for more informashuns about it and to check if'n your nom store participates.

And now, to make my bloggie carbon neutral...

“My blog is carbon neutral” is an initiative, originally started in Germany by the “Make it Green” programme, that has the goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. We plant a tree for your blog and thereby neutralise your blog’s carbon footprint for the next 50 years! Everyone can make a small contribution to the environment. Every tree counts!
Here is how to participate:
  1. Write a blog post about the initiative + insert your favourite button
  2. E-mail the link to your post to
  3. We plant a tree for your blog in Plumas’!
Here is the button I has chosen to put on my bloggie. You has to copy the code from the web site.


  1. Wonderful post... packed with useful information. It's important for all anipals to remind their food humans to recycle... and to live green.

    Good job Shawnee!

  2. Wow -- I never thought about the plastic sacks for bread and stuff! Very cool that you can recycle them with the other bags.

    Of course Mom uses those other plastic bags for poop sometimes...

  3. Pawsome! Thanks for passing alongs dis impawtant idea to recycles plastic bags!

    Happy Earth Day!


  4. Your mom is doing a great job of trying to save the earth. We recycle too and try to be very mindful of what is thrown away. Good post - lots of ideas.

  5. Your mom is doing a great job of trying to save the earth. We recycle too and try to be very mindful of what is thrown away. Good post - lots of ideas.

  6. You guys are packed full of really good info today! We never knew (or thought about) being able to recycle other kinds of plastic bags like bread bags, etc. You have really motivated us. We have a ton of plastic grocery bags (although we do use the cloth bags too) under the sink to reuse. We mainly use them for Simba and my litter box poos. However, we have sooo many that I'm going to have Mama take them to the store for recycle. We will also start saving the other kinds of plastic bags to recycle too. That web site was very informative on how plastic bags are recycled. We always wondered what they're recycled in to exactly. Cool post!

  7. Great info. Your Mom is really doing a wonderful job. We also recycle big time & also use reusable bags for groceries and stuff & have compostable bags for stuff. Thanks for the info.

  8. Happy Earth Day!! Our mom tries to recycle stuff our food cans...we help by licking the insides clean!

    And thanks for participating in making your blog carbon neutral!!

  9. Pawesome post my pal!

    Thanks fur sharing!


  10. Great job! I always like to see that you all bring home the garbages from your hikes. :)

  11. Sounds like your mom was "green" before it was trendy. Thanks for telling is about the carbon neutral bloggie. Mom was in the internet wasteland for Earth Day but we is catching up.