Cat Grass – Saving Your House Plants From Their Feline Attackers
Do your cats nibble incessantly on your houseplants? If you’re tired of little bite marks in your ferns and waking up to your bamboo on the floor, get them something of their own!
Cat grass (Dactylis glomerata) gives cats something to munch on, and supplements their diet with a variety of essential nutrients. Cats can eat a few blades of grass every day, so give them ample amounts of it to keep them coming back.
It’s best to plant a bunch of it in a short, wide pot and place it within easy reach of the cats. The wide pot prevents the cats from tipping it over, which would create even more mess.
Some cats end up expelling the cat grass through vomiting. While this is good for the cats (by reducing hairball problems) it can cause all kinds of headaches around the house. You can buy small quantities of cat grass to test your