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By allykat / Wednesday 3 December 2014 00:56 / Canada - Brampton
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  AlwaysWatching  |  27

When animals get exited in any way they may start to do that because it's a way to release their energy. If the cat gets hyper from catnip then that would be an expectable result.

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  dannnngthatsux  |  19

I understand that for some cats, the feeling of sniffing/eating catnip is like falling in love. Snipping is probably a good idea but might not stop catnip related love...

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  wallamanut  |  14

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By  Zacky_Chan  |  22

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By  Enslaved  |  36

I learnt that sensitivity to catnip is genetic. It does nothing to 2 of my 3 cats. Not all cats are effected. But my one cat? ... She turns into a fucking Jezebel. That stuff is banned from my house.

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2 of my cats aren't interested at all, only the younger one rubs herself all over it or is more interested in catnip toys. None of mine get that high though, either. It's always weird when people say their cats are psycho for catnip because I've never actually met one who is. Also I've never met a cat who goes insane for a laser light!

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