Caring for Cat Ears
1) Light: Grow cat ears in a bright spot for the happiest plant — it likes high light, but tolerates medium light. When cat ears doesn’t get enough light, it can get leggy, with long stems between the leaves
2) Water: Cat ears when the top inch or so of the potting mix is dry. Take care not to let the potting mix stay wet or soggy for extended periods; if the roots stay too wet, this plant can rot
3) Soil: Average, well draining
4) Fertilizer: If you wish to fertilize your pussy ears plant, you can do so in spring and summer (let the plant rest during the cooler, darker months of autumn and winter). You can use any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer; just be sure to follow the directions on the product packaging. Brands formulate their fertilizers differently, so application rates and frequencies vary.