The Q&A Archives: Source of Cat Grass

Question: I purchased a pot of cat grass from a local retailer. My cat ate it up. Where can I purchase more cat grass?

Answer: Garden centers and mail order catalogues will often offer kits of something they refer to as "cat grass". This is basically one of several easy to grow grass plants in a container. Indoor cats enjoy playing with the grass and also eating some occasionally.

You can grow your own "cat grass" by simply planting some oats in a container. Cats prefer the young tender oat leaves, so sow a successive container periodically to maintain a good supply of tender foliage.

If you would like to purchase a kit for growing a "cat grass", the following companies offers them online:

Bluegrass Buddy Corp.

Pet Quarters
(Click on "cat toys")

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