Category: Eco-Friendly

Cat-friendly indoor houseplants for beginners

Are you looking for gorgeous cat-friendly indoor houseplants for beginners? You don’t have to give up your dreams of a beautiful urban jungle when a cat moved into your apartment. Just try to consciously choose house plants that are safe for cats. I prepared for you a list of non-toxic plants for cats with photos and care tips. Also, I added some of my tricks for arranging and cat-proofing your houseplants. These beautiful houseplants are safe for cats (and for dogs), ASPCA approved, easy to care and a lot of them are air purifying.

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Grow your own herbs and grass for cats

Instead of buying grass in a plastic box, I decided to push my eco-lifestyle even more and planted a beautiful and functional cat garden all by myself. Why cats need grass? What plants are safe for a cat? How to plant and care for cat grass? I have prepared for you a detailed step-by-step instruction on how to grow and care for your cat garden. It’s super cheap and eco-frienldy!

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Review: Cats Plate (Rabbit, Turkey, Duck) wet cat food

This time, as part of my series of reviews of wet cat food, three new flavors of the Cats Plate food appeared on the Apollo plate. Each jar of food contains high-quality rabbit, turkey or duck meat accompanied by natural sources of elements. How did this cat food come out in my composition analysis and Apollo’s taste test?

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Review: Kitty wooden cat litter

Last Christmas I visited with my family and I buyed a cheap Kitty wooden catlitter from local shop Biedronka. Will the Kitty wooden cat litter meet the challenge? You will find the answer to this question in the review.

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How to make jerky treats for dogs and cats

The best treats for cats and dogs are those that are tasty, natural, and made with love. Therefore, I am going to share with you my recipe for homemade jerky treats. In this guide, you will learn how to make jerky treats for dogs and cats in the oven or in a food dehydrator.

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