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Nobody used the KatKwery word yesterday which was software, so KatKwery will be worth 2100 points today.

What are the words right under the picture shown below ____(one or more words)_________
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meal.
Grass Type
Deals on Grass Type. Bargain
Prices. Smart Deals.
Shopzilla.com
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Watch It Grow!
Easy to Do...Fun to Grow

Did I get it.
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Buy a Chia Pet !!!!
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www.ServiceMagic. I'm sorta confused on this one.
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meal.
Grass Type
Deals on Grass Type. Bargain
Prices. Smart Deals.
Shopzilla.com
Well, everybody is going to see something different on this one. I PM'd MuleNag and MuleNag was looking at the same picture I was. I should have just asked to have the thread pasted like I have done on other occasions but the problem here was to see who could fine the picture first and MuleNag did that.

The picture was found by clicking on Cat Care in the box above and then clicking on Cat Grass, the first article displayed.

2000 points to MuleNag

KatKwery (2100 points)
Do you have plants in your house? Are you sure they are not poison? Do you provide alternative grass/plants for your cats?
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Yes, I have six houseplants. The only one Popsie bothers is my spider plant which I know isn't poisonous. Although lately he's been eating the small twigs off the bottom of my ficus. I'll probably put it outside as soon as it stays warm. We're supposed to get snow in the next few days.

"The picture was found by clicking on Cat Care in the box above and then clicking on Cat Grass, the first article displayed."

Or you could just click on Cat Grass in the TSC home page. That's what I did. Both ways work though.
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2000 points to MuleNag

KatKwery (2100 points)
Do you have plants in your house? Are you sure they are not poison? Do you provide alternative grass/plants for your cats?
Woohooo! Thank you!

I only have 2 plants in the house and they are locked in a spare bedroom. Poor things never get watered since I never see 'em. One is a Calla Lily and I know all lilies are poisonous so that is why that one is locked up. The other one is a prayer plant that I have never looked up to see if it is toxic. It too is locked away so the potential for ingestion and hazard is low. Now I'm curious, so I might check the ASPCA website or Humane Society site to see. That's where I usually go to check. But I have a feeling there is a place right here on the Catsite which could help me too!

I do not have any other cat grass for my house kitties to munch on. I know you can buy catnip to grow or even just wheat grass. I have barley in the barn maybe I will try to grow some of that for them. It's fairly easy to seed and get those types of grains to germinate.
Hmm...I've been looking forward to spring anyway...maybe all start some fresh greens here in the house and get that gardening bug out of my system!
post #9 of 16
I have an aloe vera plant in my house! No, Im not sure they're not hazardous to cats, but I keep it well out of their reach! Ive been trying to kill it, but it hasn't worked!! I dont normally let them have grass, I tried to do the cat grass thing, but they became nausaus and threw up, so they dont normally get grass unless Im fully prepared to clean up vomit! I know its good for their digestive tracks, but it sure does make a mess!! The last time I got some cat grass, I bought the seeds from the store and then just planted them in a little pot of soil I had! Worked really well, grew really fast, didn't take to long for the cats to make a huge mess of it though! They would get on the counter next to the window and tip it over all the time! They really do like it, but I think its more interesting to grow cat nip and let them get into that!!
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KatKwery (2100 points)
Do you have plants in your house? Are you sure they are not poison? Do you provide alternative grass/plants for your cats?
I have two big plants in the window. Both cats like to lie in the window by the plants and pretend they are jungle cats. Neither one has ever bothered the plants. I admit that I do not know what kind of plants they are but since the cats have never bothered them, I don't worry. I have also bought them grass like the one in the picture but they did not go for any of that so I quit that. However, both of them go for catnip, freshly grown from seed in that same window.
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Originally Posted by Persi & Alley View Post
KatKwery (2100 points)
Do you have plants in your house? Are you sure they are not poison? Do you provide alternative grass/plants for your cats?
No, we do not have plants in our house. Our cats go crazy chewing on anything and everything. I am also concerned about the plant food and pesticides that might have to be used. If we were to get plants, I would do an internet search or check cat care here to find out if a plant was poisonous or not. My cats are way to important to me. DH gets me flowers occasionally and I always have to lock them up in another room that the cats cannot get to (especially since DH tends to get me my favorite flowers, Lilies and I know those are poisonous ) I occasionally buy cat grass from the pet store for them to get some greens in their diet.
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Originally Posted by Persi & Alley View Post
KatKwery (2100 points)
Do you have plants in your house? Are you sure they are not poison? Do you provide alternative grass/plants for your cats?
I used to have aloe vera plants in my house but I found out it was posionous so I moved them outside for most of the seasons. When it is cold I bring them into a room where the cat isn't allowed and put them up high. I have bought cat grass before.
post #13 of 16
I have that very Tweety & Sylvester planter at my house! Right now it's not growing anything. My cats mostly like to dig it up. And the dogs eat it. I can't really grow plants well - I tend to forget to water them. But I do have some catnip out in the front yard that I run out and grab for them once in a while. They are so funny rolling around in it! And it grows really quickly too!
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Is there like kitty wheat grass or something?? When I do grow cat grass I never use fertilisers though... I dont know why but Im paranoid about that stuff!
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I don't have any plants growing in my house. I normally have a very green thumb, but there isn't enough light in here to grow much of anything.....except people and cats and dust bunnies!

For those interested here is a nice link to plants that are poisionious to our babies.
post #16 of 16
ooh ours have an alternaticve plant CATNIP
they love it!
i wont risk any plant in ours the cats eat anything
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