Kitty's Garden Kit

$14.29
Manufacturer: Smart Cat
SKU: SMC-3844-3845
Delivery date Usually ships within 3 days
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Like people, cats need vegetables in their diet to aid in digestion and to provide balanced nutrition. Kitty’s Garden supplies your cat with the tasty green grass that it craves, and gives cats a safe alternative to nibbling on your houseplants, which can be potentially toxic to them if swallowed. All you do to serve your cat is place Kitty’s Garden near their food dish or in some other place they'll find it.

  • 100% organic oats, wheat, rye and barley
  • Grows in 4 to 6 days
  • Aids with digestion
  • Helps prevent hairballs
  • Helps prevent ingestion of potentially toxic houseplants
  • Sturdy wood frame keeps your cat from knocking it over

 

Smart Tip - Behavior Solutions

Anyone who lives with a cat knows that our feline companions still have one paw in the jungle. They exhibit many of the behaviors we see in their wild cousins, the tigers. Does you cat occasionally zoom around the house at 30 mph? Does he chew the house plants and lunge at moving targets, like you? Of course he naturally seeks out high perches so he can survey his kingdom. These are natural and necessary behaviors but they can be problematic in the home environment. We have learned that happy cats make happy humans.

 

Smart Cat

Like people, cats need vegetables in their diet to aid in digestion and to provide balanced nutrition. Kitty’s Garden supplies your cat with the tasty green grass that it craves, and gives cats a safe alternative to nibbling on your houseplants, which can be potentially toxic to them if swallowed. All you do to serve your cat is place Kitty’s Garden near their food dish or in some other place they'll find it.

  • 100% organic oats, wheat, rye and barley
  • Grows in 4 to 6 days
  • Aids with digestion
  • Helps prevent hairballs
  • Helps prevent ingestion of potentially toxic houseplants
  • Sturdy wood frame keeps your cat from knocking it over

 

Smart Tip - Behavior Solutions

Anyone who lives with a cat knows that our feline companions still have one paw in the jungle. They exhibit many of the behaviors we see in their wild cousins, the tigers. Does you cat occasionally zoom around the house at 30 mph? Does he chew the house plants and lunge at moving targets, like you? Of course he naturally seeks out high perches so he can survey his kingdom. These are natural and necessary behaviors but they can be problematic in the home environment. We have learned that happy cats make happy humans.