How to Grow Cat Grass

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 cat 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.

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lou    boston, MA

12/31/2013 2:27:25 PM

why is it after eating my cat sometimes would vomit?

janet    bethlehem, PA

10/4/2013 4:22:33 AM

In the past my cats have just ripped the grass out of the ground and that was it for the plant. so they don't get grass any more.

CatChannel Editor    Irvine, CA

1/16/2013 1:21:13 PM

Jenny -- Sounds like the grass you bought was already harvested, but if you want to grow cat grass follow the tips above and use a rich soil.

Jenny    Monticello, MN

1/15/2013 2:38:52 PM

I bought some already grown cat grass and the plant container it is in doesn't have any dirt. Is there suppose to have dirt, if yes would kind?

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