Cats love grass... any grass... It does not need to be that special stuff sold for kitties. Also... Regular lawn grass is better, as nibbling on it, does not kill it. Grow the same type as grows well in your yard. Get a small bag of lawn seed, preferably one that is not treated with chemicals. Place some soil in a tray or shallow dish. Sprinkle a nice amount of the seeds on the soil, and lightly brush with the palm of your hand, to work the seeds slightly into the soil. Slowly moisten the soil, so as not to have the seeds float. Keep the soil moist... Also.. Start the lawn grass outside, to get the full benefit of the sun. Once it is nicely growing, and mature, then you can bring it in for the kitties.
Hi Debbie. Long Time No Talk To !!!! Hope you are doing well. I want you to know that I'm thinking about starting a new canning team. Our 3 leaders have been MIA for so long...2 of them since 2009 and the 3rd one since (I think) November. When the InActive Leader notice came up, I applied but the notice went away and still NO Leaders. Would you like to join me. The Active members of Putting Foods By are going to join so at least we'll have fun and be active together. Do take care. Patti
Deb, It took me awhile to find the url for the 'virtual model'. WILLDOIT gave it to me because I saw hers and I thought it would be so cool to have one. Then when I went to the site I made one that weighed 200 lbs and one at 130 pounds (my dream). I saved them both to my pc and then combined them into one picture in my 'paint' program. I love it and you are right when you said that it's motivational.
Have a great day, ok.
I had to come back in and edit it because I forgot to leave you the link ..... it's one of those 'duh' moments.