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Catnip-Is there too much?

Deb LindbergDeb Lindberg FarmingtonMember Posts: 13
edited 29 November, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
I love catnip, I roll in it, I snort it, I eat it, I need it...Mum worries that I have a problem and need an intervention, Will someone please tell her if it's ok for me? I only get a large pinch each night, geez....


  • Amber SimmonAmber Simmon Member Posts: 2,703
    edited 29 November, 2008
    I've read that it's good for their digestive system. But then I just read in the health forum that they don't really eat it. So I'm not too sure about that anymore. I give mine that much every couple days lol I think they're jealous of you now!
  • Jo MillerJo Miller Member Posts: 1,915
    edited 29 November, 2008
    Kittie, I\'m like you! Anytime the dogs get a treat (at least once a day) I get a big pinch of catnip! ;c;
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