My cat eats grass, what to do?


The cat is a carnivore that can transform itself occasionally as a consumer of grass, and even a gardener. Should we prevent her cat from eating grass? All cats consume grass, and they do not eat any. They select them carefully.

The different types of herbs

Fatty, thick herbs have a laxative role for cats. They ingest them when they have digestive problems or when they have a stomach ache.

Dry, woody herbs cause vomiting. Cats use them to empty the stomach, especially to regurgitate ingested hairballs. In general, when cats vomit, they often utter hoarse and powerful cries before rejecting this mixture of herbs and hair.

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