Catnip isn't the only cat-drug out there! See if your cat responds to these lesser-known cat herbs.
Explore the world of catnip-alternatives with these refillable mouse toys! They are stuffed to the brim with 100% pure tatarian honeysuckle wood and silver vine, two rare alternative cat herbs. The active ingredients in these herbs are different than the one found in catnip, but they have similar effects, and even work on some cats who do not respond to catnip.
The tatarian honeysuckle in these toys is harvested from the wild forests of the Northern U.S., it's kept frozen to lock in the citrusy smell that even human noses can detect. Silver vine is a minty herb from Asia that has been mesmerizing cats for ages, these mice are stuffed with both the fragrant fruit and crunchy dry leaves to give a unique sensory experience.
The toys are reusable, with a large, Velcro opening that can be refilled with fresh herb. The texture, size, and features of the mice engage your cat and give them the full "catch-and-kill" experience while filling their noses with kitty drugs.
This product was recognized as one of the 10 Best Cat Products of 2018 by The Conscious Cat, a longstanding and award-winning cat blog.
My baby girl went straight for the silver vine mouse! Played for hours. High quality toy, and so soft. She carries it around the house! Not so much the other one, but we love them, they are purrfect! We are happy we purchased this from your site!!! Recommend!!!
My 8yr old adopted Russian blue mix enjoyed the gray mouse for a minute or two the beige one she completely ignored .She doesn't respond to cat nip apparently not to red vine or honeysuckle as well
Chocolate and Vanilla were more interested in the mouse with the silver vine in it. But, the mouse that had the honeysuckle moved from the living room to the kitchen.
Only real gripe, is that the closure which is supposed to keep the herbs in, doesn't seem to work. Thus, the herbs come right back out which limits enhanced play time. That said, both my cats show interest in playing with these. Both of my cats enjoy playing with them, especially my 3 yr old. He's also not managed to destroy them yet, which isn't true for some toys he's had in the past.