Chew this, not that.

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Lord Dudley Mountcatten has been exercising. Unfortunately, the part of his anatomy he’s strengthening are his teeth.

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Results of his daily work outs? My spider plants that are being nibbled down to nubs. Enter kitty wheat grass.

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Something healthy and less likely to cause his premature demise at the hands of an annoyed human.

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Upon first introduction, he was not enthusiastic.

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But after the first chomp, he was hooked.

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Here’s hoping it’s tastier than my houseplants.

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34 thoughts on “Chew this, not that.”

      1. I brought a palm tree plant home one time when we were moving to a new office and our company was giving away some plants. Our cat, Oreo, jumped in when I set it down and started munching. Within two days, everything that was green was gone.

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      1. “The ASPCA lists Spider Plants as non-toxic for both dogs and cats. But, the Spider Plant attracts cats in part because it is mildly hallucinogenic. Because cats are more likely to play with the plant, they’re more likely to eat it and, therefore, suffer from an upset stomach, vomiting, or diarrhea.” Hallucinogenic? No wonder he’s nibbling!

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