This assortment of cat stimulants is sure to enliven every feline in the household.
- Organic catnip blend
- Silver vine
- Leaf + flower
- Fine ground
Our selective line of organic catnip and silver vine is grown on a Washington farm and harvested at full maturity to yield the purest and most potent product for your cat. Try leaf + flower, which contains bell-shaped flowers (pistils) that store most of the catnip plant’s essential oil. Or choose fine ground, which comes in handy with refillable catnip toys. Finally, try silver vine for the cat that doesn’t react to catnip! Comes in three resealable tins.
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What is silver vine?Silver vine is a species of kiwifruit that grows in the mountainous areas of Japan and China. In recent years, it has become a widely used alternative to catnip as a powerful cat stimulant.
What is the difference between catnip and silver vine?Catnip contains one attractant ingredient, nepetalactone. Silver vine also contains the ingredients nepetalactol and actinidine, which are typically more potent than nepetalactone and more likely to elicit a response in your cat. Both catnip and silver vine are safe for cats, although they should not be ingested in large quantities.