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Welcome to The Pampered Kitty ...
where cats rule


Thanks to everyone
who helped us bring
Fat Boy home from Afghanistan!


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Catnip Facts

  • Catnip, a plant in the mint family, is officially known as Nepeta Cataria.

  • Romans used it thousand of years ago for cooking & healing. The first evidence of Catnip in the New World was in 1712 in Massachusetts.

  • Genetics is a major reason cats react to Catnip. The enticing odor triggers certain nerves within the catís brain.

  • The fresher the Catnip, the more reactive the cat.

  • Not all cats react the same to Catnip. Some cats roll and rub on the Catnip, loudly purr, eat it, and/or exhibit inebriated behavior; others ignore it altogether!

  • Catnip is harmless and non-addictive.

  • Wild cats ó lions, leopards, pumas ó react the same to Catnip as domestic cats.

  • Cats can become immune to Catnip ó itís best to give Catnip in small doses: remove Catnip toys after 10-15 minutes of play-time and reintroduce a week or so later. Try not to leave catnip out 24/7.


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