PetMD states that cats eat grass for reasons related to nutrition and digestion. The juices in grass contain folic acid, an essential vitamin that helps the bodies of cats function optimally and helps produce hemoglobin ... More »

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Thousands of animals eat grass, including horses, cows, sheep, goats, bison, buffalo, deer, zebras, elk, wildebeest, kangaroos, grasshoppers, chickens, wild turkeys and even some fish, according to What Eats. Grass is on... More »

Most herbivores, such as cows buffaloes, goats, sheep and deer, eat grass. Animals that live in the forest eat grass, twigs, plants and leaves. Horses eat hay, which is dry grass. Even insects such as grasshoppers eat gr... More »

The most common reasons cats eat plants like roses include soothing teething or simply playing. Eating plants in small quantities is normal cat behavior and usually isn't a problem unless the plant is poisonous. Roses ar... More »

There are multiple reasons why cats, specifically big cats like lions, will decide to eat their young. Male lions will sometimes eat the young in a pride that he has recently taken over in order to encourage mating with ... More »

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One reason that cats roll around in the dirt is to coat themselves with bacteria that is needed for digestion. Cats lose a significant amount of bacteria during the grooming process. Rolling is also a side effect of catn... More »

According to WebMD, cat vomiting up clear liquid indicates mild intestinal distress, especially when caused by fibrous material the cat has swallowed, such as long fur, grass or string; cats cannot digest such material. ... More »