So if I were to plant some catnip in my front yard, it would not
*hurt* the cats, right?
On another note I wonder if it would deter or attract the
neighborhood cats...Hmmm...Maybe if I planted it in the neighbors
yard the cats would go there and crap...hmmm...
My FLA friend bought a large catnip plant from home depot and kept it on her
back patio in a pot for her cats. She lived in a large complex with lots of
neighbors with lots of cats. Her two female (not fixed) cats would spend lots
of leash time on the patio. So many cats would stop by to get high she had to
get rid of it. It was hard enough already keeping the toms away.
We have wild catnip growing in our area of Wisconsin. Everybody always
calls it "catnip" although it is technically a mint because it has a
square stem. If my husband or I walk through it, when we take our
shoes off, the next thing you know, our cats are licking the shoes,
rubbing against the shoes, draping themselves over the shoes. And this
goes on for hours. They even get into fights over who gets possession
of the shoes. I'd hate to see what would happen if I actually brought
some of the plant inside.
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