I don’t know what people technically consider to be “cat grass” but for the purposes of this post I would say any grass a cat eats is cat grass. It is not easy photographing a cat eating grass because they move too much but I think I captured Frankie going for a bite pretty well here.
What do you think?
impressing!!! we bought cat grass for the cat of my aunt, but morris preferred the grass outside and thought that’s a small indoor loo ;O)))
I can see where that would be confusing. 🙂
My cat gets plants that are growi g in a lawn. Not any ki d of grass plants, as wheat, barley or rice aren’t suitable.
Our cats have been eating grass from our lawn for years with no problems.
Teddy always has a few bites of the grass outside when we go. I’ve tried growing the grass that’s sold as “cat grass” so he could enjoy it inside but it ignores it and prefers the REAL THING. LOL
Our cats will eat the indoor cat grass but it’s expensive and it only last for a couple of days.
Cats, I suppose, have their own favourites outside, because to find good grass needs a lot of wandering, sniffing and tasting.
That is so true.
My, what big teeth he has!
Oh yeah! #tigerbite
I’m chuckling and wondering what your neighbours make of you, taking your cats out on harness, and obviously on your hands & knees pretty quick to get this brilliant photo ^^
On the subject of grass – our cats (and dog) like to eat normal grass, and usually vomit it back up shortly afterwards, so I assume they do it because they feel the need to “purge” the system.
The neighbors are facinated to see a cat on a harness. They do puke up the grass which is supposedly good for them.
Great shot! Frankie going in for the kill. 🙂
That’s a wonderful photo, bravo!
Thanks. If you take enough pictures, sometimes you get lucky. 🙂
That is a pretty cool close up of Frankie!
Great shot 🙂
I love that photo! If the cat is eating grass it’s cat grass!
That’s what I thought.
Kittens Frankie!!! What big teethies you have. MOL Great foto. We think the “standard” of cat grass is a mix of oat and wheat grasses. But we agree, any grass kitty eats is cat grass. MOL Big hugs
Dezi and Raena
They puke it up anyway.
Great capture. They eat the grass then hurl it up. Rarely it stays down.
I think they are supposed to hurl it up. Somehow it helps clean out their intestines or something like that.
Nice picture. I just read an article that agrees with you – there is no “cat grass” – it is whatever grass your cat eats.
Thanks. Cat grass is probably just a marketing ploy. It’s like pumpkin for cats. It is exactly the same as pumpkin for people but three times more expensive.