Thursday, April 26, 2007

Salad for your cats

There was some interesting exchange regarding the feeding of cat grass and wheatgrass in an earlier post. I gathered that it's possible to feed the cats cat grass, wheatgrass as well as the normal wild grass that grows by the roadside, provided you pick the younger, less coarse ones.

I wonder: do the cats throw up after eating the grass? Or will they enjoy eating the grass as part of their usual diet, like chomping on a salad?

(ASAP grass, 2nd day after sprouting)

Meanwhile, the ASAP grass have grown to about 8cm tall now, and are still growing. I fed a small strand of the grass to the cats, and Coco, who had eaten bits of lettuce before, seems to like it, but Snowy didn't take to it.

Cat mystery


cat_aunty said...

KindlyNeighbour said Miaomiao won't vomit, but the blade of grass stuck to her buttock and she got berserk

san said...

Bujang has eats the grass in the park, the cat grass and wheat grass. He loves them all. I have yet to see a hairball. So I guess its good for his digestive system.

=^..^= said...

The grass sure is growing fast. It looks delicious even to me. :)

~5-Cat Style

KXBC said...

Maybe stirfry with oyster sauce will be good? But will need many pots though to fill one's stomach. :)

auntie p said...

Kekeke...I'll post the latest yummy picture of the grass later or during the weekend. They really look fresh and good. Maybe I should try some. *Meooww*

Oh, BTW, as the grass grows taller, the upper part feels slightly prickly like wild grass.