Chia Cat Grass 1, "Radchk1", Mar. 21, 2009

April 2009. Many cats like to eat grass or plants, either for nutrition or to cleanse their digestive tracts, but some greenery can be toxic to felines. Pet owners looking for a way to satisfy their cats (and discourage them from munching the houseplants) have several options, one of the most well known being the Chia Cat Grass Planter, made by the same company that sells the iconic Chia Pet. The Chia Cat Grass Planter has a different formulation than other Chia products: it grows an edible mixture of sweet oats and wheatgrass that's designed to appeal especially to cats. In a few days, the grass grows to height of three or four inches, at which point it's ready to be served to your cat.

Cats often will eat cat grass, and you can find it for sale just about anywhere today.

Pet Greens® products include certified organic wheat grass, certified organic blended cereal grasses, healthy cat and dog treats, live catnip, and certified organic wheat grass and cereal grass self-grow kits.

How to grow cat grass {without dirt}. #cats #DIY #garden #howto

Create a cute DIY Cat Water Bowl Planter with catnip and cat grass #cats #crafts #diy How To Grow Cat Grass: If you are providing the Cat Grass for your cats, use shallow containers filled with potting soil, and lightly broadcast the Cat Grass seeds across the top. Cover the ornamental grass seeds with soil and keep it moist. It can be grown indoors in a sunny window. For use as an ornamental grass, start the Cat Grass seeds in pots. The grass can be transplanted into annual color pots and will reach nearly 24 inches in height.

Like many animals, cats enjoy munching on grass.

Cat Grass! Use a Rubbermaid under bed storage and drill 4 small holes for drainage. Layer gravel, soil and sod. Great for indoor cats. Use on a balcony or deck. Never been used as a litter box! Your cats will LOVE this!

Why won't the SweetGreens® cat grass seeds grow?


Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. (Only $10 for the tray and sod, new sod costs about $2.50 in our area and lasts up to 5 days indoors.)Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. (Only $10 for the tray and sod, new sod costs about $2.50 in our area and lasts up to 5 days indoors.)Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. (Only $10 for the tray and sod, new sod costs about $2.50 in our area and lasts up to 5 days indoors.)Growing cat grass indoors will keep your cats busy and entertain them. This way they don't need to go outside for grazing, where the grass may be treated with pesticides and fertilizer!