Senses 2.0 Grass Planter Review (Catit)

Senses 2.0 Grass Planter
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
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What It Is

The Grass Planter and Seed Kit from Catit Senses 2.0 allows you to grow fresh veggies for your indoor or outdoor cat(s).  The grass you grow is non-toxic to your pet and comes with 3 seed packs, so once the first round of greens run it's course, you're able to keep growing more for your feline.  Creating good, healthy habits for the four-legged friends in your family.

Why Is It Useful?
Adding any fresh elements to your cat's diet will only help.  You may not see them eating at it all the time, but their natural instinct will eventually lead them there.
Who It’s For

If you are already using products that come in the Senses 2.0 line, this Grass Planter fits right into any Super Circuit system and can be paired with a variety of other Catit accessories simultaneously. All of which are very budget friendly. AND this is something that your whole family can get involved with because you have to sow and grow these bad boys yourself. So I can see this being a really fun activity for cat families that also have "human children."

What To Be Aware Of

We are going to start with a disclaimer, right off the bat. In order for this Planter to work, you will need to buy both the Grass Planter base kit, as well as the Vermiculite Grass Kit. The reason they package and sell them separately is to ensure that the seeds you are buying are fresh. With the vermiculite package, you get three sets of growing media, which means once the first seeds have run their course, you can just plant another one. Therefore getting the most bang for your buck. In the Grass Planter kit you'll find a four piece system that is designed in a way to grow the Grass longer, keep it alive as long as possible, and watered and healthy for the run of the seeds life.

But that being said, prepare yourself to be patient while nurturing these little seedlings. It is a multi-step process that involves soaking the dry seeds for 24 hours, then putting them on paper towel and keeping them moist for another 48 hours, or until you see them start to sprout. Its not until you see the shoots coming out of the seeds that you can go ahead and plant them in the base. I know it sounds intimidating, but if you are willing to follow those instructions, you will have tall, lush grass, just like this one, that your cats will enjoy nipping and nuzzling.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Is It Useful?

  • Is It Worth It?

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Medium Difficulty