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Call it cat weed, cat mint, or catnip, it’s the stuff that makes cats wacky. And as with any herb, freshness matters. Catnip is an herb related to mint. It’s safe and natural. Catnip works in both dried and fresh forms. All you have to do is put catnip on the floor or on a dish - your cat will know what to do! While most cats only smell and roll around in the catnip, some will eat it, and that is totally ok!
The active ingredient in catnip, Nepetalactone, is a stimulant when sniffed by a cat, producing a "high" and hallucinogenic effects. Essentially, catnip will make your feline FLIP!
70-75 purr-cent of cats inherit a “catnip gene” which makes them responsive to and crave catnip. Kittens and cats younger than six months may not respond to catnip - so wait a few months before buying little Mr. Catrick Swayze his first bag of 'nip.
Yes! For the felines not intrigued by catnip, try a blend of catnip and valerian root such as our Kalico Kush, or a blend of catnip and silvervine, which you can find in a bottle of our Purrple Passion. Both valerian root and silvervine act in a way similar to catnip, however, they appeal to cats that are not normally intrigued by catnip.
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