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Question #92112 posted on 03/21/2019 10:54 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

So, say I was a cat. And I'm not a cat. No. I'm totally just the cat's human. Not a cat. At all. Especially not one with access to a human's computer while it's out hunting for cans of tuna. But hypothetically, ONLY hypothetically, say I was actually the cat.

And say that, in addition to the tuna, I found that I actually liked green things, like the leaves off the bushes next door. What green things would it be safe for me to eat?

-NOT a Cat

A:

Dear Mischief Maker,

According to the Internet, you can eat catnip (duh), Spider plant, mint, lemongrass, parsley, rosemary, thyme, wheatgrass, valerian, licorice root, oat grass, barley grass, honeysuckle, silver vine, bean sprouts (in small amounts), basil, dill, roses, zinnias, gerber daisies, sunflowers, and snapdragons. 

Just don't forget to eats your meats because cats are carnivores and you need a healthy amount of protein. 

If you're ever concerned about whether or not you can eat something, don't eat it. Most flowers are off limits, most herbs are okay. Stay hypothetically healthy, non-cat. 

Cheers, 

Guesthouse

A:

Dear Everybody Wants To Be A Cat,

Excellent answer by Guesthouse. I just wanted to say that I first read this question after a long night of homework and was legitimately confused as to what it was asking, and whether or not the asker was a person or cat. That is all.

Tipperary