2. Inferior quality catnip. Many other catnip brands are "cut" with straw, stems and other filler. This may fool the cat owner, but it doesn't fool kitty! Try some Certified Organic Catnip or fresh Catnip.
Catnip will not harm kittens.References :
I have two 15 week old kittens and as a result signed up for a Petco P.A.L.S. card. One of the rewards I got with it is a free bag of catnip, but is that safe to give kittens? I know that treats are not good for them under one year of age so I thought that it might be the same thing with catnip.
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A lot of kitties love catnip, but not all of them react to it.
Felines who like catnip will generally roll around, rub their faces in it, salivate, jump, run around, and purr for about 10 to 15 minutes. Different cats have different reactions, but these are usually the signs that show your kitty is enjoying the herb.Suddenly your cat is rollicking and rolling around, frisky, excited and running about as if the effect of the catnip has turned back the clock and she is a kitten once again. If your adult cat does not respond, you may want to try another toy or source of herb to see how your cat likes it. Also, older leaves or an older toy will not be as potent and may not interest your kitty. If you cannot refill the cat toy with fresh leaves, you can also try rejuvenating the toy with catnip The leaves can also be used to introduce your cat to a new cat bed, cat tree or other piece of cat furniture. Sprinkling the leaves or using a spray on cat furniture allows your kitty to associate a good feeling to the furniture. Your cat will also end up marking the furniture with the glands on the sides of his face. This makes your him more likely to use the furniture. Of course, this only works if your cat is one of the many who enjoy a bit of the 'nip.If your kitty hasn't started reacting by the time she is six months old, then she probably will never enjoy it. However, you may want to try a couple different sources or cat toys before you give up.Owners should begin examining their kittens teeth at about three to six months of age for any signs of dental disease and a bad bite. In addition to looking for persistent deciduous (baby) teeth alongside permanent teeth, you should be alert to:* Bad breath, which could indicate infection* Swollen, red or bleeding gums* Gingivitis or periodontal disease