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Litterbox.com Catnip Spray is the easy solution to a fun problem: how to enliven your cat into exercising while relieving stress and anxiety. Instead of picking up after loose catnip, simply spritz Litterbox.com Catnip Spray on your cat’s toys and play area. This safe, all-natural spray will provide your cat with the stimulation he or she needs—and prevent the messes you don’t.
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How do I use Litterbox.com Catnip Spray?Simply shake the bottle, then spritz on your cat’s toys and play area.
What are the precautions?Litterbox.com Catnip Spray is made with safe, all-natural ingredients. However, care should be taken to avoid direct contact with eyes or accidentally ingesting a large amount of the spray.
What is catnip? Is it safe?Catnip is a variety of the Mint family that contains nepetalactone, an ingredient that acts as a stimulant on felines. It can also help relieve stress and anxiety in cats. Catnip is safe, although it may cause an upset stomach if ingested in large quantities. Typically your cat will know when to say when.
Why doesn’t my cat react to catnip?Most people don’t realize that 30%-50% of cats lack the gene that makes them react to catnip. If your cat does possess the gene, it will only come to fruition between 3-6 months of age; a kitten any younger will show no signs, one way or the other. If your adult cat does not react to catnip, he or she may enjoy silver vine or valerian roots instead.