Cat Grass

Cat oat grass

Plant something for kitty too!

Cat grass seeds grow quickly (less than 2 weeks after planting) and will be ready for your cat to eat!
They're very easy to grow indoors!

Seeds are big and easy to handle. A perfect project for kids... with big benefits for your cat.


Renee's Garden Organic, Kitty Queen's Four Grass Mix: Treat your kitty to a  vitamin-rich, mix of oat, wheat and barley that was organically grown. Grow in a pot indoors when weather cools down. One packet is good for 3-4 sowings. Grass is ready for eating when the blades are at least a few inches tall...usually 10-14 days after planting.

Renee's Garden Gourmet Cat Treats Mixed Greens: Plant the extra-fancy blend of four organically grown oat, rye, wheat and barley seeds. For a constant supply, try sowing seeds in pots every 2 weeks. To encourage finicky eaters, place the pot along side cat's food dish and spritz with water. This usually gets kitty interested in the greens.

Botanical Interests Cat Grass Oat Seeds: Do you want to keep your cats from eating potentially harmful houseplants? Because it's grown indoors, cat grass can be served year-round at its peak of freshness. Grass is ready for cats to eat when it is 2"- 4" high. Place near their water or food bowl for only a few minutes so that they don't binge on grass. Feed for a few minutes on a regular basis to get the cat's digestive system used to the grass, and eventually, kitty's tummy will adjust to it, allowing nutrients to be absorbed. 

  • Cat grass is high in fiber and helps cats digest their food more efficiently and even helps prevent the build-up of hairballs.
  • It supplies chlorophyll, vitamins, and trace minerals—al things cats need to be healthy.
  • It can help ease an upset stomach, too.