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Cat Grass: Seeds, Planters and Indoor Grass for Cats

Cats are carnivores, but they do like to nibble on grass from time to time. Why remains a mystery. Some people theorize that it helps cats regurgitate and that their grass-chewing instinct developed as a way to ease an upset stomach or expel hairballs or intestinal parasites. Others say it helps ease constipation or is a way to compensate for a folic acid deficiency in their food. Of course, your cat could just like the texture. If you have an indoor-only kitty, they might be missing out. That’s where indoor cat grass, cat grass seeds and planters can come in handy.

FAQs About Cat Grass

The cat grass found in stores is usually orchard grass, but oat, rye, barley and wheat grasses are also available. These varieties are naturally appealing to our feline friends.

Cat grass may offer digestive support. That said, it’s possible for your cat to overdo it, so you should monitor how much they eat and consult with your veterinarian if you suspect they are consuming too much.

Outdoor cats supplement their diet with vitamins and minerals found in grass. Most indoor cats get everything they need from commercial cat food, but the natural desire remains!

Be sure to monitor how much cat grass your feline is nibbling on, as too much can cause a blockage in their stomach or intestines. Consult your veterinarian if your kitty stops eating their regular food or is vomiting.