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Grass Grazing: Why Cats Eat Grass

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Cat nibbles on a blade of grass

Have you ever caught your cat nibbling on some grass and wondered why? Cats eat grass for various reasons, including aiding digestion, acting as a laxative, boosting folic acid intake, or simply because they enjoy eating grass.

When cats eat grass, it can help with the digestion process, providing them with much-needed fibre and nutrients. Additionally, the rough texture of grass blades can act as a natural laxative, assisting in eliminating hairballs and maintaining a healthy digestive system. Some cats may also be attracted to the taste of grass, which is appealing and refreshing.

So, the next time you see your feline friend munching on some greens, remember that this seemingly odd behaviour serves a valuable purpose in maintaining their overall health and well-being.

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