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Catnip Mouse of the Louvre

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Someone needs this Mouse of the Louvre!

1st Reason:  It's a puzzle!  “Now how do I get that mouse out of that house?!”  Perhaps your clever cat will figure it out...but the secret is in the knotted tail that traps the mouse inside the "house" (a 4”high x 2”diameter recyclable thin plastic tube)!

2nd Reason:  It’s a mouse!  We’ve managed to improve on the favorite cat toy of all time...a white felt mouse…by adding a 4” long white elastic cord tail!

3rd Reason:  It’s filled with catnip!  Not just any catnip, mind you, but--100% certified organic, grown in the beautiful farmlands of the Great Northwest US of A.  You can also let out or refresh the catnip by pricking the belly of the mouse when kitty needs a new fix!

The Effects of Catnip

Catnip, Nepeta cataria, is a member of the mint family of herbs. For centuries humans have grown catnip for humans, but the herb is best known for its action on cats. The chemical in catnip called nepetalactone is what cats respond to. However, not all cats react to catnip. Kittens will not show the behavior until they are at least 6-8 weeks old.
About 80% of adult cats (including many kinds of wild cats!) react to this intoxicating herb. The catnip reaction is inherited, and some cats are totally unaffected by it, but when they do react – YEOWWW!

If you’ve never seen a cat respond to catnip, you’re in for quite a show. Licking, tumbling around, ’bunnykicking,’ rubbing, and lots of slobbering that typically lasts for 10-15 crazy, exciting minutes. After that the cat mellows out, ’resetting’ itself before it indulges in another irresistible encounter of catnip bliss.

Catnip is an extremely safe herb for cats AND for humans!


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