I have 2 indoor cats, living in a huge apartment.
So recently I found pictures like this, of these large boxes of grass. I was considering making a sort of area for the cat with this kind of grass, because they are both very fond of grass, but the small pots of grass seem to die too quickly, because the cats straight up pull the grass and seeds out of the soil, no matter how long I let it grow before introducing it to them.
Where do I get something like this, or if I have to make it myself, what type of grass would be best suited for it?
Since you claim to have a huge apartment, get pic related and grow "grass" in it.
I don't live in the states, so I don't have access to wallmart. The size also seems wonky, too tall, and actually a bit on the small side, considering I was hoping to plant more than just grass - a few flowers that cats can actually eat without causing health issues.
They make ones like this too. Your cant can pretend it's a little mountain and they're overlooking a valley.
You could always look for a plastic shoe box type box. This could work for a single cat, depending on the size.
Also what grass do you want to grow? A buckwheat, wheatgrass would be a good starting point. My cats just eat the grass and puke it up
That actually looks neat as fuck, if only to add some variety to it, although I think my cats might have trouble doing anything but standing on that top.
I have some pretty large cats, size 7-9 kg, Siberian cats. I would want them to have at least some space to roll around on.
Might have found another variant though, because that one looks far larger, while also significantly smaller in height.
I plan on growing a combination of different grass, including Wheat, Lemongrass and Lavender, maybe a few other kinds of species.
Most of those are planted with "Cat grass" which is wheat grass, which only lives about 2 weeks.
Why not just build a wooden box, line it with plastic, fill it with dirt, and plant regular grass?