The Aqua Garden is an innovation in cat grass! This hydroponic cat grass garden is a natural treat of 100% organic wheat grass that your cat loves. The Aqua Garden uses no soil or additives, just the continuously circulating water of the Drinkwell Pet Fountain to grow cat grass in a matter of days. Wheat grass is used to help manage hairballs, aid in digestion and can even save houseplants! The Aqua Garden only attaches to your Original Drinkwell Pet Fountain
Drinkwell Aqua Garden has been awarded Cat Fancy Editor's Choice Award
Veterinary Ventures, Inc. has been awarded Cat Fancy Magazines coveted Editors Choice Award for the Aqua Garden TM in 2006, a hydroponic cat grass garden that grows a natural treat of 100% organic wheat grass that cats love. The award was given in recognition of the Aqua Garden TM as an innovative and outstanding cat product. The award is decided upon by the editors of Cat Fancy Magazine. The group scrutinizes a broad variety of cat products until one product stands alone as the most effective in its category.
- Neat product Review by EOH
The aqua garden is so easy to use, just open the package and click it to the side of your fountain. In just a few days we had grass - it was so neat. My cats LOVED it and I would buy this again for them. Maintenance wise you have to trim the grass down every so often and the roots as well. It lasted for almost two months. My cats got so excited about it that they would sometimes pull so hard on the grass it would pull the aqua garden off but it's easy to click it back on. (Posted on 3/10/11)
- The cats seem to like it OK, but ... Review by Dr. Tom
We have the large Drinkwell fountain, and had no problem mounting the Aqua Garden with the supplied adapter. The grass seed sprouted nicely and our cats did in fact seem to enjoy eating it. But, we have the fountain in a relatively shaded spot, and after a while, the grass died off and sort of gunked up the water. It might work better in a sunnier spot, and of course you need to clean the fountain from time to time anyway, but I decided that a separate cat grass pot works just as well, if not better. (Posted on 3/10/11)