If you’ve ever seen your furry friend playing with it, you already know that catnip isn’t just a clever name. The plant’s effects on cats have been known for centuries, but there’s plenty to this feel-good herb that you might not know.
We’ve all heard about how cats LOVE catnip. They’ll drool, run around happily, and sometimes just space out with joy when they get their paws on the stuff. But did you know there are other plants that might have the same effect on your cat?
If cats could talk, they’d probably have a lot of things to say to you. Here are a few things that they’ve been meaning to bring up if they could only find the words.
A kitty ran away from home and turned up in the catnip toy aisle of a pet supply store! The cat’s owner was able to track her down and they have been happily reunited.
Separation anxiety can be the root of many unwanted behaviors, and reducing your cat’s anxiety will keep them happier, healthier, and less destructive when you leave home.
It’s non-alcoholic but it DOES have a kick! It’s made from catnip and fresh beets.
There are few things in this world that cats love more than food. For something to grab a kitty’s attention over filling their belly, it has to be pretty important.
If you crush catnip between your fingers before you rub it on a cat toy or a scratching post, it will have more of an effect because you’re releasing the chemical’s scent more strongly.
“This cat entered the pet store by accident and had the time of her life rolling around in catnip toys! Pure kitty bliss 😀 Oh, and her owner came to pick her up, so all’s well that ends well!”
Many cat toys may actually be dangerous for your cat. Here are some things to look out for and how to help keep your cat interested in playing activities over time.
Dozens of hilarious images to make you ponder, laugh and snort!
This is a cat’s brain. This is a cat’s brain on catnip. Any questions?