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I’ve had my worms for about 2 weeks. They’ve settled nicely into their coconut peat bed and have munched their way through about half a kilo of kitchen scraps already. The bed smells nice and earthy and I’ve noticed that already the coconut peat is less recognisable. New it’s a reddish tan colour and very light and fluffy. It’s already a dark chocolate colour and is starting to clump from the humus the worms are adding to it. This is superfast! The only issue I have is my kitty kat, loves the worm farm. I mean loves it. I can’t keep him out of it when feeding time arrives. Literally he jumps into it and is fascinated by the wrigglers. He nudges any wrigglers that have made their way to the rim of the bin and insists on getting his paws dirty. Maybe he’s just really bored being an indoor apartment cat… :shrug:
Well, maybe shut him up somewhere when you are tending the worms? I have a nosey cat too and have to do that sometimes. :laugh: :laugh:
Whoops! Sorry! You didn’t actually say it was a problem! Sounds as though the worm farm is going very well.
Cats are strange critters. Mine (the one pictured in my avatar) likes to do the same, but in the toilet!! :sick: We have to shut him out when we clean out his litter tray. They are so curious! He will stop whatever he is doing and run up as soon as he hears someone in the bathroom using the toilet. :pinch: