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Catnip Bubbles - Are They Dangerous?

Discussion in 'Cat Health' started by Graceful-Lily, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Graceful-Lily

    Graceful-Lily Thread Starter TCS Member Super Cat

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    Last week, an awesome friend of mine was nice enough to bless me with some gifts for my cats. Some toys, an expensive carrier, and catnip bubbles.

    I remember hearing about them somewhere but of course I haven't used them yet since I don't know if they're safe or not. I have about 30 or more bottles right now. And if they aren't safe, I don't know how to dispose of them either.
     

  2. 1CatOverTheLine

    1CatOverTheLine TCS Member Top Cat

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  3. mrsgreenjeens

    mrsgreenjeens Every Life Should Have Nine Cats Staff Member Advisor

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    I think the safety factor really depends on the ingredients. And often the bottles don't tell you what's in them :sigh:

    I checked the reviews of Kookamunga Catnip Bubbles (on Amazon), and someone mentioned their cats became sick from them. the Vet tested the ingredients and discovered there was Spearmint in them. Nothing on the label said anything about that apparently. Plus that brand is made in China. So...If I were you I'd just check for reviews on different sites, including this one and see what people have to say about the actual brand you have.
     

  4. krisrath11

    krisrath11 TCS Member Super Cat

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    Do u guys mean bubbles as in blowing bubbles? If so I do hope someone comes up with some they know r safe because my cats would love them!
     

  5. Graceful-Lily

    Graceful-Lily Thread Starter TCS Member Super Cat

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    Yes. Like the bubbles you blow. :-)
    There is a bunch of Chinese writing on it which I don't understand so I can't read the ingredients unfortunately.
     

  6. Sallysoo

    Sallysoo TCS Member Adult Cat

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    It depends on what brand? I bou SmartKat, they are fm US, for my kitty. So far so good, my kitty likes it.
     

  7. krisrath11

    krisrath11 TCS Member Super Cat

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    Have u tried to translate it on Google? I bet there is a way if u can get the characters in there right. U could always take it with u when u eat Chinese and ask. They might think u r nuts but they might also help u out
     

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