If you have indoor kitty cats, you need to be growing cat grass indoors! It is so easy and cats love it! Even my outside cat eats some of it when she comes inside!
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Growing Cat Grass Indoors
I've mentioned it before, but if you have indoor kitty cats, you really need to be growing cat grass indoors for them. Most vets speculate that cats eat grass because it aids in digestion, may help with hairballs or provide additional nutrients. So, even though the jury is out on what benefit cat grass has, everyone agrees that cats love it!
Our outdoor cats eat grass all the time, so I decided Luxie, our indoor kitty, needed her own supply of cat grass.
Organic Pet Grass Kit
I've been buying cat grass seeds and growing them, sometimes successfully and sometimes not. Then I started buying the small containers of it from the pet store, but those didn't last long at all. Then I found this adorable Cat Grass Kit on Amazon. Note - this is not a sponsored post, I saw this, loved it and bought it. After having it for a couple of weeks, I love it even more!!!
The kit comes with a packet of seeds and soil pod. You place the pod in the cutest container ever and add water. Then you scoop out a little of the soil, add the packet of seeds and put the soil back on top. Within 3-4 days you have sprouts and then this stuff grows like crazy! It grew so much better than the seeds I used to buy!
Pet Ladies Organic Cat Grass Kit
There is so much to love about this!! First of all Luxie loves it. She nibbles on it all day long. Second, it is adorable. It's so cute. Instead of leaving the cat grass on the floor by the front door, like I used to, it now sits on a window table in the dining room. It also comes in black - Black Cat Grass Kit. The grass has been growing for a couple of weeks now and I am getting ready to purchase this Cat Grass Refill Kit.
I was paying eight dollars every two weeks for not nearly as good grass from the pet store, so this is going to save me money. I will be setting up the refill on subscribe and save through Amazon, easy peasy. Also, the soil holds water really well, so you don't have to water it often, and it doesn't end up with fruit flies like some cat grass can.
For my artsy photo I used Topaz Labs: