View Full Version : Is chlorella good for cats?
09-16-2009, 01:40 PM
I started taking chlorella recently and I accidently dropped some of them on the floor. My kitten sniffed one and then ate it and then went around the kitchen eating up all of the spilled tablets. Now, when I take my chlorella he meows at me to give him some.
Does anybody know if they are good for cats?
09-23-2009, 02:15 PM
OK I'm asnwering my own question in case anybody else wants to know. I did an internet search and they actually make chlorella supplements for dogs and cats. So it is good for them.
My cat begs me for them whenever I am taking mine. He's been eating my house plants too, so I guess he needs some greens. I think I will get him some "cat grasss" which is essentially wheat grass. I will keep giving him some chlorella treats too!
09-23-2009, 02:18 PM
My cat while growing up used to attack the grocery bags as soon as we put them down and paw through them till she found the celery. She would sit and gnaw on the leaves happily :)
Is your cat an outdoor cat? Most felines graze on grass for the chlorophyll.
09-23-2009, 02:35 PM
My cat is not an outdoor cat due to the fact that the two cats pictured here disappeared, probably coyotes. Even if he were, I live in the desert and there is no grass around for them to eat. The pet store sell a grass kit that I can grow on the side of their water dish.
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