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While the cat food choices are endless, there is another snack for your little meat-eater…cat grass. Why would my finicky feline eat grass, you may be asking? What is cat grass, and is there more than one type? Are leafy greens safe for my kitty? Here is what you need to know about cat grass.

If you have ever lived with a cat, you probably know about the big daddy of kitty herbs: catnip  A recent study found that 32% of cats do not react to the stuff. If your kitty ignores catnip toyssprays, and leaves, have no fear: Tatarian honeysuckle can send your cat to blissville. 

If your cat is one of the 50 percent that's indifferent to catnip, try valerian root. It contains two compounds that attract cats — actinidine and valerenic acid. Valerian root can transform your lazy, fat cat into an exercise machine. 

Did you know that 50 percent of cats don’t like catnip

Almost 80 percent of cats respond to silvervine, says the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, and 40 percent reacts to valerian root and Tatarian honeysuckle. 

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