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Vienna- I’ve thought about that too but I suspect that barn cats must eat grass. My childhood cat was an indoor/outdoor cat and she ate grass all the time to help her throw up hair balls.

I’m going to buy Kyle a little pot of cat grass and maybe that will deter him. Also my friend suggested get him a bin of hay and cover it with bitter apple and maybe that will take away the temptation.