Um, kitty? There might be a problem with this, you know? See, it takes WATER to flush!
We're on day four of a broken water pipe in our area. Earlier yesterday morning we had a trickle of water...enough to fill the toilet water tanks about every hour. But last night? No water. Nooooo water.
Kids have no school because there's noooo water. Cooking and dishes becomes problematical. Baths are mostly of the sponge variety. And laundry is...not possible.
The daily ritual in the evening is a water run out to a fire house four miles away with a zillion empty jugs where the young volunteer firemen very cheerfully fill them up and even help carry them to the car. Life changes. Everything revolves around the lack of water.
I will say one thing. This crisis has given all of us a new perspective on how fast water is used and how very inconvenient it is without a ready supply.
How long will this mess last? We don't know. It's a day-to-day thing. In the meantime, consider this. Most toilets take THREE gallons of water for each flush. So if you have fifteen gallons, that mean you can flush FIVE times in that twenty-four hours.
Kitty? I suspect you'd better drink out of the water bowl in the kitchen...