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Kiwicats Nz Grown Catnip 10g

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SKU
I120704
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Kitten, Adult, Senior
Health and Wellbeing
CATNIP
Care instructions
Whilst catnip is completely non-toxic to cats, do not allow your cat to consume large amounts as this may cause vomiting.
Description
Roll over it, paw at it, chew it, lick it, leap about and purr, often salivating copiously. Some cats will also growl and meow. This reaction only lasts for a few minutes before the cat loses interest. It takes up to two hours for the cat to "reset" after which it can come back to the catnip and have the same response as before.
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