If you have some wood that's good and dry but is punky or has some rot, do you burn it anyway? Someone told me they never burn anything with even partial rot. They have a cat stove, so I wonder if that's why? I just got a load of sorta rotty wood. There's some good stuff in there but it will take some sorting. But I just figured the rotted stuff would just burn right up, just faster. But maybe that's bad? I just don't want to hurt the stove, or anything like that!