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Always happy kitties My husband & I foster many rescues and ferals while they are being vetted and until they are comfortable around people again and are able to be adopted. We have our own kitties as well, who were also rescues. About 4 years ago, I bought several containers of this catnip and all the kitties have LOVED this stuff! There is always a cat or two who will turn their nose up at it the first 3-5 times it is offered but then one day - BOOM! Instant "OHHHH! I LOVE THIS STUFF!" lol (most kittens do not like it til older) I kept the containers in the refrigerator and I believe it helped it stay fresh because we are on the last bit of the last container now and it still drives them all crazy as the first day we got it. Nothing like seeing a feral cat who has never had the protection of a nice and cozy home suddenly discover how good life can be with said home, lots of love (human contact) and discovering catnip for the first time. Same goes for the rescues - the ones dumped because of a disease (sometimes terminal) or ones that were tragically abused. (sometimes beyond recognition.) To see them enjoy something so simple to us - but so grand to them...it DOES pull on the heart strings. 09/21/2014
Catnip for Kitty Fun My cat loves to eat this catnip. He can't get enough of it! 08/15/2014
well I do...this stuff is great! ...I have never seen anything like this reaction to any other catnip product. First indication it was going to do the trick is she tried to open the package herself. I sprinkled some out into a box lid and she ate it...now she is curled up in the lid and rolling in it. I filled a sock with the rest and it is now her new best friend. I have bought toys supposedly filled with catnip but they lost Karma's attention within moments....love love this product! 08/09/2013
My cats are going crazy! I have tried multiple different brands of catnip for my cats over the years, some being a hit and some being a miss. I received a small back of this catnip when I had bought flee medicine for them and gave them a teaspoon and they both went wild! Definitely the best catnip they have ever had. 05/11/2013
loved it my cats all three loved it and two try to open themselves but cant thank goodness. They all go crazy for it. Roll in it and eat it and even try to take it from each other. It's cute. 08/23/2012
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Answer:I'm pretty sure it's organic -pesticides are too expensive for companies to pay for on something that is for an animal.
Catnip generally doesn't have a problem with pests and almost all herbs (including this) once dried do not need preservatives.
I dry my own garden herbs and do it naturally.
Most last for years before losing any quality to them.
When you say "apply" catnip to scratching post, how does one "apply"? Just rub in on? And for beds, or "condo's" just sprinkle it on? A little help please
Answer:Rub it against the material of the post, and as for the beds/condos - crush it between your fingers then sprinkle it on. Crushing it (like you would some oregano or basil when cooking) enables it to release it's scent..and step back when you do. Cats really go nuts then.
Answer:My cat eats catnip all the time and has never had a negative affect on her. It's no different then a human eating herbs and spies. If your concerned or if your cat has a sensitive stomach consult your vet first.
I volunteer at a cat shelter and one man does not want me to give the cats catnip saying that it can have a bad effect on them...I have never heard of this, any truth to it...most cats love it.
Answer:The only negative thing I have heard about giving kitties catnip, is to not give them too much...maybe a spoonful a week. I give my cat a spoonful once or maybe twice a week....some weeks not at all. I don't know why a limit was put on it....I just remember reading that on a vet. site.
Anyone else know anything about this??
Answer:You must be joking! Catmint aka catnip is a natural herb that grows wild in many locations. Cats' reaction to catnip is generally to first roll around in it, eat it, rub it all over themselves and then take a nap. My two cats love it and have never had even the slightest ill effect. Whoever this man is, he is obviously not very well educated about felines. Still doubting? Call a veterinarian.
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