Why My Cats Sometimes Love Bite And Eating Grass
Why is Your Cat Eating Grass?
Have you ever wondered why your cat is eating grass? Or better yet, have you ever come home to a nice pile of half-digested grass on the sleeve Sofa? Dirty!!
But why do cats eat grass in the first place? and why are they so often through it in the most convenient place?
Is it bad for them?
If you want to know the truth about why your cat eats grass, or just want to see some photos the cute cat then keep reading!
After all the internet is for cats.
From the bat, as long as there is no pesticide or fertilizer in the grass, eat most varieties of grass are safe and even good for cats. Some people even plant them patches in the yard, or in a pan for indoors.
In my experience, one of the benefits of having a healthy and quality lawn on my page is that cats like to eat. At least for a moment, they are disturbed by killing birds while they chew the grass. Dogs eat grass as well, you can read more here.
But why do they do it?
Here’s the problem, it’s good for them in many ways.
Here are 3 reasons cats eat Grass:
Complementing their diet
Relieves upset stomachs
As a supplement to their diet.
Grass juice contains vitamin B9 more commonly known as, folic acid. This Vitamin supports cat growth. And also increases oxygen in the blood. The reason cats may graze is that they are deficient in folic acid.
As a natural laxative.
Apparently, the grass is particularly estimated to aid the digestion of cats. Eating grass can regulate your cat’s bowel movements. It can be very important if their digestive tract is clogged with feathers.
To relieve abdominal pain
Narrow grass, on the other hand, appears to relieve abdominal pain. You may have noticed that shortly after eating your cat grass vomit. They do this on goal.
Here’s why. It is not only to make you clean up the comfortable pile of vomiting cats. This occurs because cats do not have enzymes to digest large quantities of grass. Consequently, your cat throws upwards and their stomach is cleared of feathers, bones, and feathers. Sometimes this can even get rid of parasites
Not only does it relieve abdominal pain, but it can also be a necessary part of their digestion. If your cat eats rats or birds after the flesh has been digested, bones, feathers, and feathers may be sitting on their stomachs. In order to get them out, they need to eat grass and vomit on your new coat.
Most people do not know this but if a cat does not vomit on at least one item you have each year, they will lose one of their nine lives.
Your cat eating grass is often nothing to worry about. If they throw it away once in a while, it’s normal. Treat your Kitty to oat or fresh pot wheatgrass, it is always good to have plants at home. Just make sure the pot is stable suffice it to your cat’s humor or you might end up with the grass in your living room.
Cute cat images from Florence