But there is one exception: catnip. Feed your cats cat grass, which they eat to the point of devouring them. Without being cat grass, just releasing the cat in a yard, they sometimes still turn to graze on vegetables so much that it’s “monstrous”.
During a seminar in Norway, they said they surveyed more than 1,000 cat breeders in the US on their plant-related eating habits. As a result, 60% said they had seen cats eat grass or vegetables at least 10 times, and only 11% said they had not seen any.
In most cases, eating vegetables or grass doesn’t affect cats. Even so, 27% responded to a later vomiting reaction. There is no difference between cats that eat vegetables and do not eat, except in terms of age. In which, for cats under 3 years old, about 40% eat vegetables, while cats 4 years and older only have 27%.
Is there a lotus that explains my pet’s behavior? If you do not have the answer, let’s think about the following reasons!