Created for the most finicky feline. Psycho Silver Catnip is a unique blend of cat euphoria containing silver vine and catnip. Cats who usually don’t respond to catnip will likely be found doing a “Matatabi Dance” a Japanese nickname for silvervine (also referred to as Japanese catnip). Matatabi means to “travel again” for your cat this means wiggling around on the floor. Regular catnip has one active ingredient (nepetalactone) that will drive your cat wild. Silvervine has six active ingredients to drive your cat completely psycho.
100 % USDA-certified organic catnip which means it is free of all pesticides and is non-GMO. Grown in the USA under strict standards and harvested for maximum purity and potency. Each container of Crack For Kitty Catnip contains only catnip leafs and flowers (no fillers, just pure catnip bliss). Scientifically known as Nepeta Cataria but to cats, it is simply kitty crack!
Make your cat feel blissful and groovy by sprinkling out about a tablespoon 2 to 3 times a week (maybe a little less since a little bit goes a long way). The euphoric state typically lasts 2 to 5 minutes. Sometimes, you can get up to 15 minutes of kitty high depending on your cat (this blend could last up to 30 minutes). Be sure to rub some catnip between your fingers to release the natural chemicals that drive cats wild.
You will get 1 oz of catnip in a resealable container. Each container has roughly 20 tablespoons or 2 months’ worth of catnip. Of course, you may not get 2 months’ worth out of this container if you have more than one cat or if your cat(s) are catnip addicts.
NOTE: Occasionally, small amounts of stems from leafs and flowers might be found in the mixture. This catnip is safe for human use and consumption. Kittens will not respond to catnip until they are about six months old. Sadly, 10 to 30 percent of cats will not respond at all to catnip (which is why this blend was created to hopefully reach those neglected kitties who just want to get their fix too).
SPECIAL NOTE: Silver Vine is non-toxic and is not addictive nor will your cat overdoes on it. With that being said all cats are different. You should always keep an eye on your cat especially when they are getting high. Remember, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing.