Grow a Garden for Your Cat. Enter Our Kitty’s Garden Giveaway

cat in grass in sun glasses

No, this isn’t Annie.

Bring Nature Indoors for Your Cat

It is Spring and you might be thinking about planting a garden.  I know I think about it every year but somehow I don’t get my garden going in time.  This year, I hope things will be different and we will grow a nice garden.  Our cats do not go outdoors so we bring nature indoors to them by growing edible grasses they can enjoy from the safety of their sun room.

Growing a garden for your cat is super easy with the Kitty’s Garden Edible Grass Planter from Smart Cat. So even if you don’t have time to get outside and plant a vegetable garden, you can grow some nice edible grasses for your cat.

kitty's Garden

The wood planter is attached to a heavy, square base so you don’t have to worry about your cat tipping it over. There are four sections in the planter where you will grow  the oats, wheat, barley and rye for your cat.   The seeds are 100% organic and should begin to sprout in the peat moss soil in about 4 to 6 days.

The edible grass when grown:

  • Encourages  mental and physical stimulation for your cats
  • Aids with your cat’s digestion
  • Helps prevent hairballs
  • And attracts your cat to chomp on the grass and helps steer her away from potentially toxic houseplants.


How Do You Get Your Kitty Garden To Grow?kitty garden inside look

It is super easy.  Just follow these simple instructions.

  1. Remove the netting from pellets and replace into each compartment.
  2. Pour 3 ounces of warm water onto each pellet in your planting container.
  3. Wait 10 minutes for the pellets to absorb the water.
  4. Remove about 1 teaspoon of soil from each pellet and set aside.
  5. Open seed pack and stir seeds into the soil.
  6. Using the soil that you set aside in step 4 cover the seeds and lightly mix.
  7. Add water if necessary to keep soil and seeds moist-however, over watering can lead to a fungal and mold growth. Drain any excess water from the bottom tray.
  8. Do not allow the seeds to dry out. Lightly mist your garden daily to keep moist.
  9. Keep in a location that is between 65-70 degrees F.
  10. When the grasses are 3” to 4” tall, they are ready for your cat to enjoy.

 The Kitty’s Garden Edible Grass Planter Giveaway

One lucky cat’s parent will win a Kitty’s Garden Edible Grass Planter.

To Enter:
Enter your information in the contest widget so we know where to ship your prize if you win. Tell us in a comment below this post if you grow your own garden for you or your cats.

Because this is a food item, this contest is open to friends living in the USA.  Sorry about that.

The comment below this post is important.  If your name is drawn and you didn’t leave a comment, another winner will be chosen.

The Rules:
This contest will end on May 17 , 2014. Please one comment per person. I will enter all names in to The winner will be notified by email or through facebook depending on the contact information you provide. If you connect through facebook, check your Other messages not just your main messages. Make sure you are watching for an email from us. The subject line will say Kitty’s Garden Planter Winner!  Void where prohibited by law.

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  1. Bryan E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…we have a flower & vegetable garden; nothing planted / grown specifically for the cat.

    Brian E.

  2. Jennifer Reed says:

    So far I have not grown my own garden for myself or my cat but I would like too.

  3. nicole thoresen says:

    I used to buy them cat grass and they do like to eat my house plants lol

  4. sottovoce says:

    I do not currently, but it sounds like a great idea. I have three cats, one is nearly 18 years old, one seven and the other 10. They would all benefit from this. 🙂 Thank you.

  5. yellowlabs says:

    I haven’t tried growing my own garden for my cat, but would like to!

  6. Debra Hall says:

    i used to grow cat nip i need to grow some this year

  7. Carissa Joslyn says:

    I don’t right now, but I’m sure my kitty would love it if i did! I live in an apartment complex and don’t have much room for a real garden, but a kitty garden would be perfect.

  8. Jessica Ruggiero says:

    I don’t currently grow a garden for my cat or myself but would like to start one soon!

  9. Daniel M says:

    don’t have a cat garden but we have a flower garden out front

  10. I do not have a cat garden but I have a veggie garden for my family.

  11. Nicole C. says:

    No, we don’t grow a garden for our cats. We do like to grow a garden for ourselves, though.

  12. Linda Meyers Gabbard says:

    We get grass out of the yard for them. We call it salad. They know what we mean when we ask if they want salad

  13. Robyn B. says:

    I usually only grow a garden for me and my family, but I guess that family does include pets, so I just might start one for them.

  14. Raine Dawson says:

    I’ve bought cat grass and replanted it, I live in an apartment and I am just getting into apartment type gardening this year. My guys love when I do the cat grass, they mow it down like little goats!

  15. christine says:

    I’ve never grown a garden for my cat and she usually isn’t very interested in the plants I grow for myself. But I’m really curious about whether she would like this.

  16. Our cats love grass! No hairballs ever!!

  17. S Oconnor says:

    I’ve tried, but now there is dead grass and the cat uses the flower box as a cat bed.

  18. Felissa (Two Little Cavaliers) says:

    Our kitties would LOVE their own little garden! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  19. Jeannie Smyth says:

    I grow my garden primarily for me but I do grow catnip for my two indoor cats.

  20. Nena Sinclair says:

    I don’t have room for a garden but I do grow my own herbs. I would love to grow edible grass for my 2 cats, though!

  21. Christine Johnston Dutton Beeh says:

    I grow catnip for my kitties but veggies for the humans who rank just below cats in our habitat.

  22. Richard Hicks says:

    We have a small garden but mostly for us. May have one for the kitties in the future

  23. I grow grass for my indoor cats.

  24. Sarah p says:

    No I haven’t, but I think this is a fantastic idea! 🙂

  25. we have tried catnip before, but this sounds like a great idea

  26. kellycolby says:

    I don’t but I would like to try

  27. Monique Rizzo says:

    Not yet, but I would love to try it! Sounds fun.

  28. Lisa F. says:

    I haven’t tried growing anything for my pets, so this would be cool to try.

    • Lisa, it is your lucky day! You won the Kitty’s Garden! You package is on its way to you via USPS. Thank you for being a part of The Tiniest Tiger community.

  29. Linda Szymoniak says:

    I have some catnip in the garden, but my husband keeps planing his tomatoes too close to it and tends to choke it off starting about mid summer. Fortunately, it comes back every year. I need to transplant it to a better location. I have three cats – my senior boy and kitten love it. My female is a “mean drunk”, as my daughter says, and will get really feisty if we give her catnip – so we usually don’t. I’d love to have some fresh grass for them to chew on since they are indoor-only cats.

  30. Judy Simon says:

    We have a garden for ourselves & our kitties…catnip and wheat grass. One likes to eat cantaloupe, but it takes so much room to grow, but they are sooo good! Would love to win this for the gang!

  31. We have a small garden and we do grow cat nip too

  32. i have some cat mint that grows up every year, outside, and the kitties from the neighborhood love to visit…

  33. BIRCHENALL says:

    I have grown cat grass from a kit, and I grow tomatoes and herbs outside my ground floor apt

  34. Deanna says:

    I plant a garden for my family, but not for my cats. I have 3 cats, but only one of them goes outside, by herself, on a regular basis. I have had 2 cats killed by fisher (the animal), so my other two cats are only allowed outside on a leash. My older cat can’t seem to adjust to the leash, so I take the chance of letting her wander outside on her own. I would like to try a cat garden that I could take the other two cats to on their leashes.

  35. Deci MacKinnon says:

    No, he just shares mine.

  36. nickie burke says:

    No, I don’t

  37. ingridjen says:

    I grow my garden for myself mostly.

  38. AnnaZed says:

    I don’t right now. I used to have some at our old place and really should do it again.
    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the automated entry form}

  39. Since I live in a condo and they spray bad stuff on the open grassy areas I do not grow anything here anymore so this would be great-I can grow it in a window and the kitties will love it.

  40. Janet Collins says:

    Yes, I grow a small vegetable garden for my mom, but haven’t tried one for the kitties yet…sounds great! Thanks!

  41. lazybones344 says:

    I don’t right now, but I want to try. My cats chew on the houseplants and I want to find something safe for them and grow more veggies for me.
    Denise S

  42. Elines Acevedo says:

    Ive been wanting to! I cant let my cats go outside and I feel so bad. I tried growing a cat grass kit but it dried out pretty quickly.

  43. in containers on the balcony 🙂

  44. indy_girl says:

    have not tried growing a garden for the cats yet, but it looks neat!

  45. Valerie J Bucan says:

    This looks like the perfect starter garden for Linus! Maybe if I provide him with some organic greens he will become a little less…nutz 🙂

  46. Elizabeth Ward Langston says:

    I don’t. But I may. 😉

  47. Lacey Boyer says:

    I have tried with inferior products to grow some ‘cat grass’ for my kitty, it never worked

  48. Emily Magaw says:

    I have never grown a garden for my two kittens, but it sounds like a fun idea.