Yeowww! Catnip Tub
Yeowww! Catnip Tub
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Yeowww! Catnip Tub

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100% organically grown from the genus Nepeta plant of mint family, Yeowww! Catnip features an irresistible smell cats are instantly drawn to in a lose leaf form. The Yeowww! Derived from the genus Nepeta plant of the mint family, its potent odor is irresistable to cats and kittens. Use as a treat or as stuffing for old/new cat toys. Perfect for cats of any age!
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What does catnip do for a cat?

Catnip has a strong scent that can attract cats. When they sniff or rub against catnip, it can stimulate their sensory receptors, especially in the olfactory system. This reaction is usually characterized by sniffing, rubbing, rolling, and intense interest in the catnip source. When cats smell or ingest catnip, it can induce various behavioral responses. Most cats become more active, playful, and energetic. They may run around, chase imaginary objects, or engage in playful behaviors like pouncing and jumping. Some cats also display increased vocalization and excitement. While catnip tends to stimulate many cats, it can have the opposite effect on others. Approximately 30% of cats are unaffected by catnip, and in some cases, it can even have a calming effect. Cats may become more mellow, relaxed, and sedated after exposure to catnip. Cats typically derive a great deal of sensory pleasure from interacting with catnip. They may rub against it, roll on the floor, or chew and lick the leaves. These actions can provide a form of mental and physical stimulation, promoting overall well-being and enriching their environment.

Why do cats like catnip?

Cats are attracted to and enjoy catnip due to the chemical compound it contains called nepetalactone. Nepetalactone in catnip can trigger a response in the cat's brain, specifically in the olfactory bulb and the amygdala. These areas are associated with emotions, pleasure, and behavior. It's believed that the compound activates the cat's pleasure centers, leading to feelings of happiness and enjoyment. The scent of catnip is said to mimic certain feline pheromones. Pheromones are chemical signals that cats use to communicate with each other. Catnip may contain similar compounds to those found in the urine or facial glands of cats, which can trigger a social or mating response. The sensitivity and response to catnip can vary among individual cats. The attraction to catnip is believed to have a genetic basis, meaning that some cats are simply more predisposed to respond to catnip than others. Kittens generally do not show a response until they are a few months old, suggesting that sensitivity may be inherited.

Is catnip OK for cats?

Catnip is non-toxic to cats. They can safely sniff, chew, lick, and roll in catnip without any major health concerns. However, it's important to ensure that the catnip products you provide are free from any additives or chemicals that could be harmful. While catnip is safe, it's best to use it in moderation. Excessive exposure to catnip can cause gastrointestinal upset, leading to vomiting or diarrhea. It's recommended to offer catnip as an occasional treat or enrichment activity rather than using it excessively. If your cat doesn't respond to catnip or you prefer to provide alternative options, there are other herbs and plants that cats may enjoy, such as silver vine, valerian root, or honeysuckle. These plants can elicit similar responses in some cats and can be used as alternatives to catnip.

Can I give my cat catnip every day?

While catnip is generally safe for cats, it's not recommended to give it to your cat every day. Regular and excessive exposure to catnip may diminish its effects over time and could potentially desensitize your cat to its effects. It's best to use catnip as an occasional treat or enrichment activity rather than offering it daily. Some cats can become overly excited or agitated when exposed to catnip. Offering it too frequently could lead to excessive arousal or hyperactive behavior, which may not be desirable or healthy for your cat. Although rare, excessive ingestion of catnip can cause gastrointestinal upset in some cats. This can manifest as vomiting or diarrhea. Offering catnip sparingly helps reduce the risk of such digestive issues. Cats benefit from a diverse range of stimuli and enrichment activities. By rotating and offering different types of toys, games, and experiences, you provide your cat with a more varied and engaging environment.

Is catnip a type of drug?

Catnip is not a drug in the conventional sense. It is a natural herb that belongs to the mint family and contains a compound called nepetalactone. While catnip can have a significant effect on cats, altering their behavior and mood, it is not considered a drug in the same way as substances that humans consume for recreational or medicinal purposes. Catnip's effects on cats are generally mild and short-lived, lasting for about 10-15 minutes. The reactions cats have to catnip are primarily sensory and behavioral rather than inducing any long-term physiological changes or addiction. The response to catnip is a natural and instinctive behavior observed in many feline species.

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