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Catnip & Pet Grass

Your carnivorous cat may love dining on dry cat food and wet cat food rich in protein, but when it comes to snack time there's nothing like catnip and cat grass for your cat. Cats enjoy munching on grass, but there are also many health benefits associated with catnip, including aiding in digestion and hairball control. Cat grass contains nutrients that are not typically a part of their normal carnivorous diet, including vitamins and nutrients your cuddly kitty may be lacking. Cat grass also acts as a laxative helping your cat pass hairballs through her system. The SmartCat Kitty's Garden is the perfect treat for your purring pet. With this mini garden, your faithful feline will have plenty of greens to munch on. The decorative wooden box is filled with oats, rye, wheat and barley, and takes less than one week to grow. It's also a safe alternative to your houseplants, which can be potentially toxic if swallowed. Place the cat grass near your cat's food bowl or around their play areas and they won't miss it. Besides cat grass, feline parents know cats love cat nip.

With KONG Naturals Premium Catnip you'll be feeding your cat a high quality North American grown treat. KONG catnip is harvested at its peak, and field dried for optimal flavor. It's also full of premium leaf and flower cuts, with minimal stems and seeds. This catnip can be used to refill your feline friend's catnip cat toys. Treat your cuddly kitty to the best catnip brands. Shop Chewy for cat grass and catnip for cats. Find this and more on Chewy's online pet store where you can find the best cat supplies today, including the best flea medicine & treatment for cats, cat crates & cages or a luxurious cat window perch!

What is catnip? Catnip, scientifically known as Nepeta Cataria, is a perennial herb in the mint family with a leafy green appearance. Research shows that catnip targets feline “happy receptors in the brain.

Can cats overdose on catnip? In almost all cases, catnip is perfectly safe. Cats will typically refuse it if they have too much or in rare cases, cats my vomit or have diarrhea.

How long does catnip effect cats? Catnip effects typically last about 10 to 15 minutes before wearing off.

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