Go Green!

Treat your cat to a bit of the outdoors with a small patch of home-grown grass.

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Cat eating grassCats love to nibble on grass, and home-grown grass is especially nice for indoor or city cats that never have the opportunity to eat fresh grass. To grow your own wheat grass:

1. Purchase wheat-berry grains at a health food market. They can be purchased in bulk and stored for up to one year in a dry, cool, dark place. 

2. Sprinkle the grains over a quality, rich soil and place in a sunny window. 

3. Water or mist the grains lightly each day. Soon your seeds will sprout and develop into grass shoots.

- More Fun for You and Your Cat -

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Janet    Bethlehem, PA

6/15/2013 6:49:21 AM

my cats yank up the grass & it won't grow back!

Janet    Bethlehem, PA

2/20/2013 2:14:10 AM

good article, thanks

michele    sacramento, CA

8/19/2012 7:14:42 AM

I like the tip, Let me share with you my new discovery ,keep in mind , i am experimenting now but it seems to work , I use hyroperoxide in my litter box with the walnut litter non clumping, to keep my box sterile, and fresh, ppl clumping is not healthy for you or your cat it clumps think about it

lou    boston, MA

6/5/2012 5:37:07 AM


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