Still have 30 cats to feed. I'm starting to panic. Nights are getting a little cooler, but no frost. I live on wetlands with swamp and common milkweed, the leaves are turning. I have some pots of tropical and various other milkweed and these leaves are not as dried out, but those are infested with aphids. I worked on those tonight hosing off the aphids. I've read those infested with aphids aren't the best for feeding, but I am afraid I will have to end up using those. Other than bleaching, anything else I need to know about leaves where aphids once infested? I feel I will be able to collect enough, refrigerating to prolong the season, but it is the quality I am concerned about. I chuckle sometimes when I post my concerns, thinking what would these 30 have done, had I not brought them in, probably eat the leaves where aphids were, no bleaching or extra care involved.