Is there any wonder why the internet is jam-packed with cat videos?! Watching a cat in full play is pure joy! Freshly dried catnip (aka catmint) will have your kitty showing off his acrobatic skills and provide hours of entertainment for the whole family! Other features include a subtle crinkle noise when squeezed or batted, multiple textures of fabric and crochet, with ribbons that bob irresistibly with the slightest movement.
How do we ensure that we get the freshest, most potent product goes out to you? Our catnip filled toys are nearly ready to ship, (partially pre-fabricated). Once we receive your order, we add the dried catnip herb and insert a pad with catnip essential oils before the finishing stitches are completed. This allows us to ship quickly, but store each element separately which preserves freshness or oils and dried herbs.
Our cat toys are handmade with extreme care and excellent construction practices—after all, it is meant to be bitten, chewed, kicked, thrown, and clawed. However, you should inspect the toy periodically to ensure that all decorations and stitching remain secure.
Products pictured are representative of the item you will receive. Variations in fabric and yarns make it impossible to photograph and list each individual creation.
Why doesn't my cat doesn't respond to catnip? One possibility is that it isn't fresh enough. The volital oils in the herb don't have long shelf life, and pet stores are notorious for having old stock. Another possibility is that your cat lacks the gene that sends triggers the sensational response to catnip. This applies to 15-20% of cats. If you've offered fresh catnip without any notable response, you may want to try honeysuckle or velarian as an attractant.
Catnip is NOT considered safe for hermit crabs. Crabotanicals is a hermit crab food manufacturer, but this item is intended for HOUSECATS ONLY.