Helps Digestion!

Because hair is poorly digested and tends to accumulate during regular cat grooming, many cats develop what is known as "hairballs". Free roaming cats may eat grass to make regurgitation of the foreign bodies easier. For housecats, Catit Cat Grass provides vitamins, minerals and fiber, which may aid in the normal digestive process. Most cats love to eat grass and Catit Grass Planter brings the outdoors indoors! 

How Do I Plant Seeds?

  1. Fill the Grass Planter base with water and allow the seeds to soak overnight.
  2. Cover the bowl with a sheet of paper towel.
  3. Rinse and poor the seeds into the bowl to let dry for a few hours.
  4. Afterwards, keep the seeds moist with a wet paper towel or spray bottle.
  5. Keep at it until the seeds have sprouted. Lift them out by holding the paper towel by its corners.
  6. Add the bag of vermiculite to the bowl
  7. Spread the sprouted seeds evenly onto the vermiculite surface. Do not mix.
  8. Add the grid cover once the grass starts growing
  9. Water every so often. After a few days, the grass is ready!