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watercresses
4 years ago

Our cat has no access to the grass , but she loves watercresses !! She runs to the refrigerator ! Does any of your cats also like them ?

4 years ago

I have no idea since I never have it in the house. I

do go out and cut grass sometimes, and bring it in to them in a bowl, or just

put it down, and they all love it.

4 years ago

I planted my cat cat grass I got at the pet store. I never thought about bring it in from outside as I thought they only ate certain kind.

4 years ago

That is interesting. We have watercresses here in our grocery store and have eaten them. I shall have to see if my cat would be interested in them. How long has your cat been eating it?

4 years ago

Sandi,

I use to buy the oat grass at the store. It was good for a day here. I simply can't afford to keep buying that. Cats outside eat the grass all the time. You just have to make sure nobody sprayed it with a chemical.

 

My friend recently dropped off 2 big piles of fresh catnip. The cats in here and outside had a great time. It has been a long time since I had a catnip garden. I would like to start another one.

4 years ago

I got the seeds for less than a dollar. I plant it in the winter as theres no grass  then. I tried planting catnip the outdoors eat it down to the ground, I even tried covering it the dug it up. Stripes peeded in the catnip I gave her the little %#&!*%. she likes the catnip toys though go figure.

4 years ago

Some people put milk crates over their plants. My neighbors cat use to roll around in it, but he never ate the whole thing. It comes up on it's own for a couple of years. It is like a weed.m9iiiiiiiii     That was Bud...... I am in the middle of the house here, and I have cats walking across the keyboard all the time.

 

I don't recall my cats peeing on it, but they must have. KNOWING THEM........

watercresses
4 years ago

Thank you for your advice
She's been eating them for more than a month, and she's fine.
Next visit to the Vet I'll talk about it , and then I'll let you know

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