Pet Greens Garden Pet Grass Self-Grow Kit
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Grow your own luscious, healthy organic greens right out of the bag. No green thumb required. Contains only the finest quality seed in custom-blended 100% certified organic wheat grass soil to enhance nutrients and flavor. Grows in 7-10 days. Unlike most self-grow kits, Pet Greens Garden is developed for all pets - not just for cats. Safe alternative to potentially harmful houseplants and chemically treated outside grasses.
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The Pet Greens garden provides quick, easy snacks for cats.

September 4, 2010 9:43 pm | By Zootoo Editor Emily S.

I had my doubts as I read the instructions on the Pet Greens package. All I had to do was poke some holes in the bottom of the pouch, scatter the contents of the enclosed seed packet atop the soil, water gently, and wait? It seemed too simple to be true, particularly for someone whose every prior attempt to nurture a plant had been met with abject failure.

Undaunted, however, I gave it a shot. And what do you know? I got my miracle: it worked! After two days the miniature garden began to sprout pale green shoots. And a few days after that, my little plot was bursting with lush Pet Greens, ready for the harvest.

The only thing was, I didn’t know how best to feed the greens to Francie, our tester cat. I tried leaving the pouch on the floor by her food dish, but, in a perverse display of self-control, she ignored it (I am sure that if the Pet Greens had been something I didn’t want her to eat — something like a bouquet of flowers just given to me by a new boyfriend, for instance — she would have gobbled them up without delay). Next, I tried snipping some greens and offering them to her in my palm. Success at last! After becoming used to the smell and taste, she was converted.

And I'm glad that she was converted, because of the beneficial effects of nutrient-rich grasses on digestive health and hairball control. Besides: it’s fun to cultivate a bushy little plot of greenery in one’s cramped city apartment. So go ahead. Try it.

Pros: Easy to use; greens grow fast; nutrient-rich.

Cons: Cats may be wary of sampling the greens at first.

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Heather E.
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Rating: 4

Fresh cat grass

posted 5 years ago

I have bought this several times at Petsmart. The cats love to have fresh grass (especially Tiger). This grass is godd quality, bit kind of expensive at $4-5. It last about 1-2 weeks. I buy this as a special treat.

Pros: fresh grass, cats love it

Cons: expensive, does not last long

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