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Honeysuckle Spray

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Over four years of intensive testing to bring you a completely safe, powerfully effective Honeysuckle Spray.This 2-oz bottle of Honeysuckle Spray is a safe alternative to using catnip and is a great option for cats that are unresponsive to catnip. Learn more about honeysuckle and cats in this article:

"Honeysuckle: When Catnip Doesn't Create a Crazy Cat"

Use Honeysuckle Spray for:

  • Rejuvenating old toys so your cat wants to play with them again.
  • Spray on scratching posts, pet beds, etc. that you want to attract you feline friend toward using.
  • Encouraging play with new toys

Note: Honeysuckle cat toys are made with the wood of the Tartarian honeysuckle bush, not with honeysuckle flowers, which are toxic to cats. Therefore, honeysuckle cat toys don't smell like honeysuckle flowers. You can learn more here: "Honeysuckle: When Catnip Doesn't Create a Crazy Cat"

Fancy's Review

I adore the stimulating aroma that comes from this mysterious formulation! It seems to wake my whiskers and tickle my nose. Whenever my cat-buddies and I smell it, we always feel like getting our play-paws out, racing around and wrestling like crazy!

Honeysuckle affects some cats the same way catnip does! They like to inhale, rub on, and lick it, and it can result in extra playfulness and energy. In fact, many cats that don’t respond to catnip are affected by honeysuckle. Our honeysuckle toys are made in the USA and filled with quality honeysuckle.
Tip: if your honeysuckle toy seems to lose some of its potency, spritzing it with water will rejuvenate it!

Honeysuckle affects some cats the same way catnip does!

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