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I've never heard anything regarding cats and carrots, but in some books, they mention that tangerines aren't a good thing you want to be giving your cats. But is there something about carrots? One of my cats today, has been trying for an hour now to get inside a bag of carrots. I gave her a tiny piece of once, she chewed it, spit it out, chewed it, spit it out, over and over...then kept trying to get in the bag:
Is it like some ingredient in cat nip that I'm not aware of?