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  • Do large cats like catnip as well? - MSN

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    It looks like domestic cats aren't the only ones who enjoy the effects of catnip... This is hilarious to witness!

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  • Cat has amazing first experience with catnip - MSN

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    Tom the cat reacts to catnip in the most hilarious way possible. He'll be wanting more and more real soon!

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    31 Underrated Horror Movies You Should Never Watch Alone. msn ... Also known as "Satan's Skin," it's catnip for fans of "The Witch" and other folk horror ...

  • When You See Who Adopted This 3 Legged Kitten You Will Cry!

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    Feline shows what happens when catnip kicks in Rumble 0:20; Toddler has no problem walking massive dog Rumble 0:42; Dumped in a trash bag, sweet senior dog gets ...

  • Feline felon models prisoner's outfit

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    Butters has been sentenced to jail due to possession of catnip and intent to sell. However, he's the cutest prisoner ever!

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  • Catnip - Wikipedia

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    Nepeta cataria, commonly known as catnip, catswort, and catmint, is a species of the genus Nepeta in the family Lamiaceae, native to southern and eastern Europe, the ...

  • CATNIP: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

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    Find patient medical information for CATNIP on WebMD including its uses, effectiveness, side effects and safety, interactions, user ratings and products that have it.

  • Catnip (Nepeta cataria) - Everything You Need To Know ...

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    Catnip is a plant that contains an active ingredient which induces a high in a percentage of cats. We look at catnip and the effects it has on cats.

  • Nepeta - Wikipedia

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    Nepeta is a genus of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae also known as catmints. The genus name is reportedly in reference to Nepete, an ancient Etruscan city ...

  • Catnip Uses, Benefits & Side Effects - Drugs.com Herbal ...

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    Learn about the uses and potential benefits of Catnip including dosage guidelines, side effects, interactions and safety/efficacy ratings.

  • Crazy For Catnip : The Humane Society of the United States

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    You find your cat rolling and twisting on the floor, rubbing his face against it and drooling everywhere. Right away you know — they've been in the catnip.

  • Amazon.com: catnip

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  • How Does Catnip Work Its Magic on Cats?

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    Catnip plants (Nepeta cataria and other Nepeta species) are members of the mint family and contain volatile oils, sterols, acids and tannins. Native to Europe, Asia ...

  • Crazy for Catnip: Facts and Information

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    The active ingredient in catnip, Nepetalactone, acts as a pheromone for cats. The response to this chemical is mediated through the olfactory system.

  • Catnip | Define Catnip at Dictionary.com

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    Catnip definition, a plant, Nepeta cataria, of the mint family, having egg-shaped leaves containing aromatic oils that are a cat attractant. See more.

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