Thursday, December 10, 2015

6 Reasons Your Cat Needs #PetGrass #ad

6 Reasons Your Cat Needs #PetGrass #ad

I’m an indoor kitty although in the image above TW has Photoshopped me peeking through some high grass. I know some kitties are allowed to roam outside. This is not something I condone since there are many dangers out there. I’ve been told by some indoor/outdoor kitties that the reason they like to go outside is because the grass is greener on the other side of the door. OK, but there are still dangers if you’re not chowing down on grass your human planted that you know isn't full of pesticides and other poisons. Add to that the fact that due to the drought in California and the chilly temperatures in the northern states, the grass is all brown. Keisha, you ax, where can I find green grass to settle my tummy?

This post is sponsored by Pet Grass and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about the launch of Whisker Greens but Stunning Keisha only shares information I feel is relevant to my readers. Pet Grass is not responsible for the content of this article.

I’m here to tell you that Keisha knows everything! I’m not just a stunning face. The answer is Pet Grass® Whisker Greens™. This exciting new product can bring the smell, taste and benefits of wheat grass to your indoor-only kitty. Whisker Greens is 100% certified organic wheat grass that contains nutrients a cat needs such as protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and antioxidants. I first told you about the grass arriving at the condo last month.

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Why does my cat need grass?

According to Vetinfo, grass has many benefits for your cat:
  • Stimulates digestion and blood flow
  • Detoxifies to flush toxins from a cat’s body
  • Induces vomiting to help a cat who’s eaten something poisonous or just needs to frow up a hairball
  • Source of Vitamin E to reduce risk of heart disease and cancer
  • Source of B Vitamins to speed up metabolism, maintain healthy skin and coat, strengthen immune system, prevent anemia, reduce pancreatic cancer risk and stimulate nervous system function.
  • Acts as nature’s laxative helping kitty break down and eliminate hairballs that are deeper in the digestive tract.

Are Whisker Greens easy to care for?

Pet Grass hand plants the seeds for your grass in real soil; then the little seeded pots are rotated through their greenhouses before being shipped to your castle. All you have to do is place the resealable plastic bag in your refrigerator where it will stay green and fresh for two weeks without watering. Because the plants are moist, they make their own moisture to stay fresh. Of course you’ll want to leave one of the three pot out so kitty can play with it or nosh. Once out of the refrigerator, water it twice a week and place it on a sunny window to keep it green. The image below was taken after almost a month and it’s still doing quite well.

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How do I order Pet Grass?

Whisker Greens will ship it right to your door without any of those annoying shipping charges that TW refuses to pay. It’s sold in packs of 3 containers for a one time purchase of $24.99 or you can join the Pet Grass subscription service for $22.49 per delivery. You decide when the product ships— weekly, every two weeks, every 3 weeks or once per month. As a special for Stunning Keisha readers, use the promo code keisha10 at checkout to receive 10% off your first-time order.

Was CK down with this?

Now, the answer to the question you’ve all been waiting for … did your homey CK love this grass?

This little ghetto kitteh grew up in a concrete jungle bereft of anything green. I looked at this foreign substance and said “say what?” TW kept after me until I finally agreed to sniff it. Lucky for her, our grass lasted far longer than the two weeks the company promises. Watch the video the my reactions.


Warning: if kitty loves cat grass, he or she may be more likely to try nibbling on other house plants so make sure any other plants in your house aren’t toxic to us. It’s safe to grow African violets, air plants, most ferns, orchids, peperomia, prayer plant, spider plants, succulents and zebra plants according to Pike Nurseries. You can find a complete listing of indoor/outdoor plants that are safe for your furry furrends on the ASPCA site.

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This is the last one we took out of the fridge and it’s still fresh and green.

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I’m gonna leave you with a little .gif where I appear to be nibbling. If I was, it wouldn’t be in front of TW.

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21 comments:

  1. Of course you wouldn't nibble on them in front of TW! We love the idea of grass that's grown for you, since the head peep can kill anything.

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  2. Dang, I may have to give that stuff another try CK!

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  3. Brulee really liked it. Truffle basically sniffed it, too.

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  4. Callie LOVES grass! She only goes outside to eat that stuff. She's sneaky and waits for us to open the door. This grass looks really lush. I bet she'd nom on some of it.

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  5. Not every kitty is into greens - but Binga and Boodie sure are!

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  6. I still prefer my grass al fresco, but that looks pretty tasty! I couldn't see the video either here or on You tube!!! :(

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  7. CK....we iz grazz freekz round heer, we haz hurd bout thiz brand & R gonna hafta look it up...a month iza grate long time ta still haz de grazz !!! ♥♥♥

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  8. You look like you are thinking, what the heck is that! I love the grass which grows in our garden. My mum says I love it too much because she caught me running out to nom it after I have my pills. Now she keeps me shut in for an hour so I can't yack them up. My unlimited outdoors is only as far as the enclosed garden. I can only go in the fields when she comes with me.

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  9. My childhood cat Patch adored grass. He would go out with my mom on a leash and chomp away. I'm wondering if Mudpie would like it...

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  10. I really need to get some of this for Phoebe. When she has grass, I can't leave it around or she will eat every piece in one sitting.

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  11. I have a little garden indoors around our kitty fountain. Rufus and Mickey both enjoy the grass I've been growing from seed. It sure doesn't last as long as what you have - the part they don't nibble, I mean. Ordering it already green and grown would be a luxury!
    xxoo
    Maggie

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  12. I would like to nibble on that grass, CK. ~Wally

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  13. My Mom would love for me to enjoy THIS kinda grass vs. the kind outside that I eat when I'm on my walks with Mom (on harness). Mom is gonna give it another try though because she'd like me to have THIS instead of outside grass - this time of year the outside stuff is NOT very tasty anyway!

    Love, Sammy

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  14. Our boys love cat grass! How nice you can get those grasses already grown for you. And I love that they stay fresh for such a long time!

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  15. MomKatt keeps saying she'll get us some. I suggested Xmas would be a GREAT time. And we agree - kittehs should eat indoor grasses and not be let out for anything!

    Purrz!
    Selina

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  16. The Farm cats get their grass outside but they STILL eat my spider plant.

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  17. You don't want to see me with potted grass....no one does. I drag it all over the house...dig in it and generally make a mess. I do have green grass outside next to the house so mom says I can help myself to the outside grass.

    Shoko

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  18. Great post BFGF!! I personally do not partake of anything green and grassy...but who knows... perhaps TKS will indulge!

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  19. We love that you included the Vetinfo info on the benefits of grass!

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