|Our cats, now grown reading up on the latest news. They love Moringa and eat it right down to the ground.|
Cats are apart of our lives. Whether they are just inside cats, like ours or live outdoors some of the day, they will benefit from Moringa leaves. That goes for pet rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, and all the little creatures. Cats tend to be the picky eaters. If you mix anything with their canned food, they walk away. So how do you get your picky cats to eat Moringa ?
You've heard of growing cat grass for your cats to eat, well Moringa is even more nutritious. It is full of vitamins, minerals, and all the nutrients that probably are missing from their commercial cat food. Just buy the seeds, then sprout them in small individual containers. Wait until they get about a half foot with some leaves, then leave them in a place your cats can reach the plant. Don't put all of them out, just one at a time. Give them Moringa leaves once or twice a week. You will the find the Moringa sprout seedling eaten to the ground. That is why none of my Moringa can be kept in the main part of the house. No matter how you try to protect them, you will find the top eaten off. They think they are being sneaky, not knowing you left the plant out on purpose.
What about rodents like pet rats? just give them fresh Moringa sprouts or mix a dash of Moringa with some soft cheese or treat. With rabbits, dip a piece of fruit without seeds into the Moringa powder then let them eat it. They love the fresh leaves as well.
Grow the sprouts in a warm room with sunlight. Don't overwater them or they will get root rot. That occurs easily during the cold winter months. During the winter the plants will not grow very quickly or large, but in this case, you are giving the animals the fresh seedlings and young leaves.
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Kate Freer, the Herbladyisin