Mason Delridge was a composting pioneer in the early 1880's. He invested his families wealth into finding the most fertile means of composting in the American Midwest. He discovered that due to the large amount of cats in his mothers yard, the grass was greener than her neighbors' yard. He started a cat shelter (Delridge feline retreat) and made a significant profit selling cat fertilized compost on the side.Mason Delridge died in the summer of 1932.
Goodness, Mason Delridge sure can make some compost. His cats are cute too.
by sassyfrass94 January 20, 2013