Is your dog sharing your cat grass with your kitties? Or perhaps you’re thinking of growing some just for your pooch?
It’s a good idea IF you pay attention to a few important details.
You’d like it if you needed to clean your cat’s litter box less often (who wouldn’t!)…but not if it’s because your cat is constipated. Can cat grass help?
Read what to do and more tips here.
Usually cat grass can be saved from dying, unless it is old and at the end of its natural life
I have been growing cat grass for many years and done lots of research for this article. These are the top 18 solutions to stop your cat grass from dying.
Getting the drainage right when growing cat grass is essential. Without it, the soil will get waterlogged, the roots will not be able to get oxygen, and can rot. Also, the grass can get moldy.
This guide shows you how to easily make sure the soil gets the drainage it needs so you can grow perfect grass for your cat.