GimCat Hydro-Grass
GimCat Hydro-Grass
GimCat Hydro-Grass
GimCat Hydro-Grass

GimCat Hydro-Grass

The seeds in the GimCat Hy-Gras cat grass are highly germinative barley. The growing tray contains hydro-granules that hold water (no need for constant watering)....further information

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Wow : "I have been so exited to grow this in my house. Its very easy to grow, just need to add water and wait a week. My kitten loves it."
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The seeds in the GimCat Hy-Gras cat grass are highly germinative barley. The growing tray contains hydro-granules that hold water (no need for constant watering).

While grooming their coats, cats swallow hair that their stomach cannot digest. In order to get rid of this hair, cats like to eat grasses that help them to create hairballs from the tufts of hair. Normal grasses tend to be too hard, however, which can cause pain. The specially developed GimCat cat grass avoids this problem.

The GimCat Hydro-Grass in the practical growing tray is especially simple to use. Due to the water-holding hydro-granules, it is enough to water it once and within a few days, you'll have fresh, non-toxic, and safe grass for your darling. You could even start a little garden on your balcony with a corner just for your cat!

Feeding guidelines:
1. It's easy as pie: fill the tray to the brim with lukewarm water. The water should be evenly spread over the contents so that grass floats to the brim too. Don't wring out the water as it should be absorbed by the grass within just a few minutes.

2. Place the tray somewhere light and warm (e.g. on a window sill). Avoid extreme temperatures (in direct sunlight, on a radiator, etc.).

3. After 5-8 days, the Hydro-Grass should have reached a height of approx. 5cm. To keep it fresh and to get to its proper height, you should sprinkle another cup of water (approx. 150ml) over the grass. That's how you treat your cat!

Tip:
Cats need fresh greens to supplement their diets, which they'll often get from your house plants.