Monday, December 7, 2015

Whisker Greens Revisited

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It has been a few weeks since WhiskerGreens arrived. The three pots of already grown - and still growing - organic wheat grass was packaged beautifully in a resealable plastic bag. It came with three little cardboard boxes in which each plant could be placed. Since I don't exactly have a green thumb, I wasn't about to try to create my own little garden for Aimee.
Mine. All mine.

My sixteen year old cat had never experienced cat grass in her life. I had seen cat grass kits in pet supply stores but I wasn't about to try to grow something. Aimee and I would both be disappointed in the results. This was easy, when you put it out for however long, you can pick it up, take the plant out of the cardboard holder and place the plant pot in a dish of water. Once it was "watered," I would pick it up and put it back in the plastic bag. I rotated the kit's plants so Aimee always had a "fresh" one. If you have more than one cat, you can opt to put out more than one plant.

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A typical feline, Aimee was not about to let me see her nibbling on the Whisker Greens. I could catch her going past it. If she saw or heard me coming, she would deliberately turn around and walk away. It was as funny as it was frustrating because i had promised pictures of her with it as well as a video. I have blurry pictures and a short video!  Aimee wouldn't talk to the press even when the press was her Mama.
I wasn't doing anything!!

I had to sleep eventually and she knew it. You'll have to take my word for it. It was moving as she walked away. She may not have been talking but obviously the pet grass gossips.

The wheat grass is certified organic and there's an auto-ship option at the website. I'm hiding my credit card from Aimee.

Bring a little of the outdoors,indoors, in a very healthy version with Whisker Greens!

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8 comments:

Gordon Brice said...

Thank you for the update and photos, Darlene. I'm sorry that Aimee was being a little contrary and spoiling your chances of obtaining the photos that you wanted, but I think we all agree that Aimee does like Whisker Greens. This certainly sounds like a very healthy product for cats to enjoy.

Vallie Szymanski said...

Finally, the Aimee video we have been waiting for!!! So if Aimee likes it, I wonder if the dynamic duo of Ronnie and Whitney3 will? That is the question, I'll show them the video and see what they think!!! LOL Thanks for posting!

Cathy Keisha said...

I’ll be she was nibbling when your back was turned. I may have too but don’t tell TW.

Darlene said...

Thank you, Gordon. Yes, the fact that female cats are called Queens tells you everything you need to know! I love the fact that the product is certified organic and they go to such great lengths to make sure that it is!

Darlene said...

Thank you for commenting, Vallie. Her Majesty just about let everyone see her backside. She, however, believes it is gorgeous and will always stick it in the face of someone she loves. It's a kitty compliment. She just doesn't seem to understand that humans don't quite take it that way! The only way you'll know if Ronnie and Whitney3 will like it is to order it and see how it goes. At least you know what's in it, it's not just any grass.

Darlene said...

Thank you so much for stopping by, Cathy Keisha. I'm sure you're right. And I won't say a word about your nibbling habits. Shhhhh. Mum's the word!

GLOGIRLY said...

We've got one grass muncher and one who thinks it's a mini playground!

We agree with CK... Aimee's probably nibbling whenever you're not looking.
That's just another one of those unwritten cat rules. ; )

Darlene said...

Thank you for your comment, Glogirly. As a Certified Animal Behavior Consultant (Cats and Dogs) I know exactly what she was doing but deliberately wrote this with a sense of humor. You were both right about it. Very seldom does she let me see her interacting with something new, no matter what it is. Cats are so funny!