Anyway a few weeks ago we saw this in the supermarket:
Davina was quite keen to grow some for Mr Pusskins. I was my normal pessimistic self, so I said 'he will never eat it, but we'll give it a go'. We bought a packet of seeds, and then I had to trawl the garden centres to find the right container. I found one eventually and planted the seeds, I covered the in chicken wire to keep the birds off, and to stop Mr Pusskins and other neighbourhood cats using it as a toilet. After few weeks the grass came through and we had a nice little lawn:
Yesterday I came home to find Davina and Mr Pusskins in the garden. Davina told me Mr Pusskins had been eating his grass, and she'd taken some pictures to prove it:
This is an atmospheric picture of Mr Pusskins gazing lovingly at his lawn!He is a funny cat, and probably spoilt, but we love him to bits.
Davina said he only likes the soft bits at the bottom. I remembered that it said on the packet that that grass should be regularly cut so that it didn't get to tough for the cat.
The other good thing is that when Davina comes in from work and asks what I've been up to today. I can say 'I cut the grass dear'!!!