Nip Kitty
Welcome to Nip Kitty!
Home of the coolest cat plants around!
We are excited to share with you our love for the sweetest, cutest,  funniest creatures on the planet... CATS!

Live, Laugh and Love your Cats!
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P.S. - Don't forget to show this website to your cats, so they can play with the butterflies!
Cats don't read health and diet books. Cats don't follow health fads. Cats eat plants. Chlorophyll rich and lush green, plants contain a higher concentration of enzymes, anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids than almost any other food. And wheat grass has the highest concentration of any other species of grass. Cats, and most other animals, instinctively seek out grass to maintain health, or recover from an injury.

In our modern world, much outdoor grass is of little nutritional value and is possibly unsafe. Common lawn is over-hybridized, and is of no nutritional value. Lawn can be full of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. The safety of wild plants and weeds is questionable unless you live in a remote or undeveloped area. In suburban areas, and certainly in urban areas, wild grasses and weeds should be approached with caution. And, of course, there is the whole issue of whether cats should be outside roaming around and facing potentially life threatening circumstances.

Indoor cats often turn to house plants to satisfy their cravings, but this isn't much safer. Some house plants may be fatally poisonous, or bring on other problems. Even if indoor houseplants are perfectly safe and non-toxic, they are not optimally nutritious. And certainly no one wants a house full of chewed up, dug up house plants!

Fortunately there is a very simple solution to benefit all cats. As a cat's guardian you can easily have a small indoor garden of the highest quality grown grasses and plants. Your cat could safely graze at will, and gain all the many benefits!