Cats enjoy having cat grass or cat nip. Despite being obligate carnivores (that is, they have to eat meat in order to get their necessary nutrients), cats like to munch on plants for a variety of reasons.
Cats nibble on the grass when their stomachs are upset as a way to help them toss their kibbles, so to speak, or get rid of hairballs. Dried catnip is thought to mimic the feline “happy” pheromones, giving them that burst of energy, however, eating fresh catnip has the opposite affect. Cats mellow and become calmer.
On addition, having a tasty, dedicated cat snack can lure your pet away from other dangerous or delicate plants. If your kitty likes to chew on or tip over your houseplants, a cat herb garden is the perfect way to foil her antics.
Included are 6 individual Seeds packs with instructions:
- Catnip Cat Mint Nepeta cataria (3 Packets)
- Cat Grass Triticum aestivum (3 Packets)
- 1 Cat toy pillow filled with dried catnip
In a biodegradable Kraft Gift Box with decorative Belly band.