How do you give a cat catnip?
You can give your cat fresh buds or leaves directly from a catnip plant. If you have dried catnip, give your cat a pinch of it or sprinkle it on a toy.
no, it is not.
Give it catnip it will chill the cat out.
Yes, you can give a cat too much catnip. Too much of a good thing is bad even for cats. Catnip should be used in moderation to avoid digestive irritation and other gastric problems.
Catnip can be used in various ways as a treat to your cat. Primarily; the cat will eat it. They also sniff, roll, and play on or with whatever the catnip has touched. You can give your cat about a tablespoon or more on whatever surface you would like; the floor, toys, scratchers, and beds; a paper bag can be fun too. Catnip is a great help to break in new cat accessories. Catnip is… Read More
Give it catnip, might help.
One can purchase catnip cat toys at your local pet store. There are also catnip cat toys at the convenience store. A place to purchase catnip cat toys online would be eBay and Amazon.
Honestly, cat's can have it when ever you feel they are ready for it. I gave a catnip ball to my Manx Tabby at 6 months.
No, because catnip is harmless to cats. Some cats may vomit if they eat catnip leaves, or a large amount of catnip leaves, but that is a normal reaction when cats eat a lot of any plant. Otherwise, catnip will have no negative effects on your cat's health. It should be noted that some cats may react aggressively to catnip rather than happily. This is only because different cats respond in different ways to catnip… Read More
Catnip is safe for your cat.
Yes, they are. Fresh or dried, catnip is safe for your cat.
They usually don't eat it, but they will like to sniff it and lick it. My cat loves this ball of catnip we got him. He licks it and plays with it all the time. Make sure any catnip you get your cat does not have pesticides. Also, your cat may not like catnip. It's actually in a gene to like catnip.
it means the cat has a brain and knows how to eat food just like you and me. If you don't see a cat eating catnip...call your vet because there could be something wrong with it. But no, if your cat ate catnip, it means it is a well functioned cat.
No, Catnip actually helps with digestion, although catnip will make your cat loopy
well then you should get cat nip at mr.pets catnip attracts the cats or cat to go whereever you put the catnip
You put catnip on the cat furniture.
A sentence using catnip is: When I go to the pet store, I always buy the best, healthiest catnip for my sleek cat
Cats do not consume catnip, they smell it and it drives them crazy.
Probably its not affected by the catnip. Some cats don't get crazy by inhaling catnip. Its just a normal thing. They'll just meow and roll into the catnip.
The response a cat has to catnip toys depends on the cat. Each cat can respond differently. Some cats tend to get playful and aggressive and others will get mellow and relaxed.
Place some catnip around the post. There is some catnip that comes in a spray bottle. That should attract the cat. Also play with the cat around the post.
Yes, puppies can eat catnip; it is not toxic to them. However, if the cat finds out the puppy has been swiping her catnip, you may have an unhappy kitty on your hands.
Catnip can be bought as a plant from garden centers, however you can also buy a large range of cat toys and treats which contain catnip in a dried form.
if your wanting to get high of catnip chew the leaves....if its your cat let it eat the leaves too :)
Cats will not overdose on catnip. They know when to reject it, if they've had too much. What you are seeing is likely just the experience of it. We'd need to know more about it to give you a straight answer, though. Your cat is definitely gonna act strange while s/he is high on cat nip. She may just rub up against it, flop around, spaz out, or act generally goofy. She will attack and… Read More
Yes, give it some catnip and have fun. Not all cats respond to catnip. But NEVER, EVER give a cat any form of intoxicating drug used by humans such as marijuana or any other drug that has not been prescribed by a veterinarian. That can endanger the cat's health and life. A cat has a very sensitive system, much more sensitive than that of a human. Remember, you outweigh a cat by about ten times… Read More
Yes, catnip is certainly legal in the UK, and is widely available. Catnip is usually used in or on cat toys, scratching posts, and can be sold as powder, spray and there are even catnip-flavoured treats for cats.
Don't give your cat any herbal supplements without consulting your vet. While catnip is in the mint family, it isn't safe to assume that either mint or chamomile would be very appropriate to give your cat.
I'd say catnip.
Someone can buy a Cosmic Catnip Banana toy for a cat using online resources such as eBay and will have tons of options and varieties for you to learn .
The cat may have a lot of saliva. Sometimes catnip will make a cat drool.
Catnip is what will make your cat hyper. Catnip affects the majority of cats like a drug (some refuse to eat it or are unaffected by it.) Cat grass is also known as wheat grass and it is eaten by cats for roughage; many owners use it indoors so their cats won't eat their house plants. Some cats have symptoms from catnip other than being "hyper" - acted sedated, or seeming to hallucinate (chasing invisible… Read More
It has a positive affect on them Cats love catnip toys. You can even buy a package of catnip and put it in an old sock for them to play with. It won't hurt the cat. It makes them happy.
You can stuff a sock with catnip. Instant cat toy!
Many dogs enjoy catnip. My dog eats fresh catnip that grows in our yard and enjoys my cat's catnip toys more than the cat does. Before allowing your dog to eat catnip or play with toys, ensure that the catnip has not been sprayed with anything and that there are no squeakers or stuffing/fabric that the dog could ingest.
It's fine. I bought my cat some of that "all-natrual" fresh catnip from Everpet. He sniffed it and licked around it and bobbed his head back and forth but he hasn't touched ANY catnip ever since. Some cats donot like catnip but one thing you could try is rubbing the catnip leaves together for a few seconds unless it's Gitty Kitty (Liquid catnip in a bottle) also your cat will like a certain amount. They… Read More
Catnip (nepeta cataria) is mainly used for cats because it contains the oil nepetalactone that makes cats become "high" but humans use it as well for medicinal purposes. It can be consumed as a tea! So, my answer is yes. It is alright to give a hamster catnip. It will have no effect but remember, their natural diet is always more important.
Cats roll on catnip because it releases the drug called Nepetalactone. This causes the cat to have a "high" sensation. This high lasts for 10-15 minutes, and is a safe natural high for the cat. (No need to worry). Cats know when they have had enough and move on. Some cats will not even go near catnip. For more information about catnip check out this infographic: http://www.catnipsum.com/sciency_stuff.html
buy the cat a scratching post with catnip scent.
A cat is an omnivore. They eat catnip and other plants. They also eat mice and fish.
Cats do get high if they ingest or play with catnip. I hope you're not giving your cat alcohol.
Even though cats go crazy and some even seem drugged around catnip it's not a drug. It's actually an herb that belongs to the mint family. When the leaves are broken it releases a certain chemical that most cats respond to. All cats respond differently to catnip. Some of them walk away cuz they couldn't care less, but others go ape. The cats that do go crazy are responding to the active ingredient in catnip… Read More
Yes cat nip can drive your cat crazy. It depends also on your cat and what she/he likes. It shouldn't usually make your cat crazy.
No, giving your cat catnip will not relieve your cat's heat symptoms. Catnip is a herb that stimulates your cat's senses (mostly its sense of smell) and has no effect whatsoever on its reproductive organs.
some could be, it just depends on the cat.
To live and hunt and occasionally get high off of catnip.
i dont think there is a possative answer but i do think it is okay.
only god knows
Well, the lamp might have some catnip on it.
Cat owners go crazy for Kookamunga. However, it does depend on your cat. Catnip can be purchased in either plant, dried or spray form and different cats react differently to each form. Kookamunga does have catnip available in all three forms.
Feed it, buy it catnip (its a plant that cats LOVE) or buy it a cat toy(: