We add ours to the compost after first removing the poos. It breaks down very well and helps to balance the nitrogen content from grass clippings.
Its a funny thing, but it is unusual to use carnivore poo in the compost and garden. Herbivore seems to be fine though.
I would never use carnivore poo (or even the litter) in compost - carnivore poo contains a high level of pathogens and bacteria, most notably toxoplasmosis which can cause severe damage to the foetus in pregnancy - I have worked with children affected in this way.
Although I am well past the age where this would affect me personally, and I do try not to get too het up about neighbours' cats in my garden, I would never intentionally add this sort of dangerous contaminant to my compost.
Hi, I use a mix of wood shavings and wood pellets in my letter trays, if I remove the poop, can i put the wet litter into my compost bin and would it be ok to use on a veg patch after maybe 18 months - 2 years