I think that all cats in the world love cat grass. It is full of vitamins, it is crunchy and fresh! You can either buy pre-packaged cat grass in supermarkets and at the vets or you can grow it yourself. The big secret is that “cat grass seeds” are actually simple oat or wheat seeds! So, all you need is:
– Potting soil
– Oat seeds
– Plastic pot
I normally first soak the seeds in water, in a pot, on a paper towel for a free days to get the growing. Once you see that the seeds start to grow, transfer them to your pot with soil and water it. I would say that it takes a week for the grass to grow.
You can also plant the seeds directly into the pot (without soaking them first), but then cover the pot with plastic wrap to speed-up the growing!
Do you grow your own cat grass? What are your tips?
If you live anywhere close to Los Angeles you simply can’t miss the Cat Art Show L.A. It’s an amazing art show that presents the most original works of art that all feature cats. Organised for the first time, you will be able to see over 100 art works in different media by a huge variety of artists. Sounds like a puuurrrr-fect show, doesn’t it?
The Cat Art Show takes place from 26 Jan. until the 2 Feb.
Artists participating include: Tracey Emin, Ray Caesar, FAILE, CYRCLE, Gary Baseman, Marc Dennis, Tim Biskup, Anita Kunz, Luke Chueh, Sage Vaughn, Christian Furr, Steve Schapiro, Shepard Fairey and Frank Stefanko. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Stray Cat Alliance.
Check out their fun facebook page for examples of some works you can see at the show!
Whiskas just launched a new adorable commercial in France. To summarize the plot for you – the ad starts with two, cute, baby pumas (leopards??) playing and exploring the back yard. Then they run inside the house and turn into adorable British Shorthair kittens. The idea is that Whiskas brings your kitten’s wild side out 😉
Now, I am not a fan of Whiskas food (for it is very low in meat) but their commercials are sooo adorble! What do you think?
“It is a very inconvenient habit of kittens that whatever you say to them, they always purr.” ― Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There
I decided to dedicate today’s post to the time when Brucy was only a small kitten. Brucy’s mommy is a common French race – Chartreux (similar to British Shorthair), known for their calm and quiet character. You may have already realized from reading about Brucy that “calm and quiet” is the exact opposite of her character. So I believe that her wildness comes from her father (unknown), who was a European race.
Brucy joined our family at the age of 3 months. She knew how to use the toilet already, but struggled with eating dry food. After a few days of adaptation and mixing dry and wet food with tuna juice – she started eating well and gaining weight. Small tip: if your cat refuses to eat (because of stress, new food..) try starting with wet food at room temperature (it smells stronger) with bits of tuna or chicken. Don’t forget that until your cat is sterilized, he/she is considered a kitten and must eat appropriate food. Kitten food has a lot more calories and vitamins essential for his/her development and growth. Brucy’s favorites included: Almo Nature, Royal Canin Kitten Instinctive, Science Plan Hill’s Feline Kitten.
From day one, Brucy showed her “wild” character, destroying books, plants, wires, eating all the food accidently left lying around and drinking water from the tap. So do not be fooled by her cute and adorable looks – “trouble” is her middle name 😉