Cat Grass Seeds 15 grams
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- This is a good digestive aid in small doses for most cats.
- It is extremely easy to grow, your cat will love you.
- Place in south window for best light you can find.
- Avena sativa sometimes called cat oats
- 15 grams per package
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Top Customer Reviews
Even if you do not have a green thumb, cat grass is so easy to grow, that anyone can do it and it's also a great "project" for kids, too. The seeds sprout very quickly (if you keep them moist) and will grow quickly to 4-6inches in a window sill.
If you have cats, cat grass is a must!
Right now, the packet's over a year old and I recently planted another pot and had a high germination rate in about two days and it was about three inches tall in four days.
The cats love it. They ate so much I planted yet another pot.
Having the grass around deters our cats from gnawing on strange things, like plastic, especially when they are having digestive problems.
Get a small, shallow plastic container with a lid.
Punch several holes in the bottom of the container with a nail.
Fill the container with organic soil, sprinkle about 1 tablespoon of seeds on top, pack the seeds into the soil by pressing them in firmly. W
ater until some of kit leaks out the holes in the bottom.
Place on a dish; put on the lid; keep out of the way for the seeds to germinate-- checking to water every 3 days.
Once the grass has grown about 2 inches, remove the lid and place in the sun.
Put grass in a new heavier bowl so the cats can't pull the entire patty of grass out or walk off with the container with they nibble it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My cats love it.....it is simple to grow and I suggest a cheap plastic platter to grow it on. Therefore the kitty can easily get to it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kimberly Campbell
Took forever to arrive but product worked well. The seeds have a tendancy to float out from under the dirt when you fist water them and you have to push then back down. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ProductUser