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The Benefits of Wheatgrass for Pets!

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  • Michelle Feb 8, 2023

    I learned a lot from this article! We give our cat wheatgrass but never knew how good it was for them! I just bought some seeds to grow our own so our cat can have it all the time.


  • Michelle Richee Oct 31, 2019

    I was really happy to find this article on wheat grass and cats. Saxton is a 23 pound Sealpoint Siamese and really keeps me entertained. He develops a skin condition once a year and I see him eating grass outdoors. I’ve known for years that it “won’t hurt him” and might be good for him. Since then, I learned “green is good” and after drinking some OJ mixed with wheat grass powder just now, I wondered — would Saxton eat this? It was time for his snack so I placed not even 1/8 tsp. in his food dish with his snack on top. A few minutes later he had lapped up every speck. He is extremely finicky so I will increase the amount vever so slowly. I know it has to be good for him.


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