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5 plants that cats love

5 plants that cats love
5 plants that cats love

We talk a lot about toxic plants for our cat friends, but few of those that do them good. Yet there are some who are able to make them completely crazy! Not only do the plants allow the cat to purge themselves, but they also make it possible to supplement one’s diet. A short overview of the plants most appreciated by our tomatoes.

1. The catnip

This is the plant that all cat owners must have. Also known as cats mint or catnip, catnip has a particularly euphoric effect on these cats. They adore more than anything rubbing or chewing. The substance released by the plant produces in cats a hallucinatory effect similar to that of LSD or cannabis in humans. However, it is not unanimous with our hairballs since only a third of cats are sensitive. Commons

2. The valerian

This aromatic herb has many uses for our little cats. It can help relieve stress when prescribed in small doses by the veterinarian. It can also stimulate their sense of smell and encourage them to play and get excited. A little trick is to insert in the toys of her cat for a guaranteed effect!

valerian
valerian

3. Germandrée

This is another plant that makes cats completely crazy! Germandree, which looks like a silvery bush, is very popular with small cats who like to rub and chew for hours. Little more? The germander naturally repels insects.

4. The papyrus

The falling leaves of papyrus are ideal for entertaining a cat as well as for decorating the house. In addition, your cat will particularly enjoy purging with this plant is particularly effective in cleaning the digestive system. Beware of vomit!

5. Catnip

How not to mention the famous catnip? This plant is a grass acclaimed by our companions on all fours. They use it mainly to clean their teeth and regurgitate their hairballs. Ah, cats, the very example of cleanliness and hygiene …

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