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!
The Honeysuckle Mouse is made with Jute Twine and faux fur. This toy is easy for your cat to hide and play with later. If your cat does not respond to catnip, he more than likely will respond to honeysuckle. The response seen will be much the same as to catnip, i.e., rubbing the toy along the face, licking the toy, rolling on the toy, and wrestling with the toy.
- Playing hide and seek
- Tossing around and playing fetch
- Keeping your kitty entertained for hours
- Exercise, when kitty is stubborn and just won't go to the gym
- Measures approximately 7" from nose to tail.
- Price is for one mouse.
- Comes in a variety of colors, please allow us to choose one for you!
I love playing with mice. In fact, all the cats I live with love them. Our humans make sure we always have lots of toy mice around to play with because there are never any real ones in our house. Some of my friends and I like catnip mice, but others aren’t impressed with those. Our humans gets honeysuckle mice for them. They are affected by honeysuckle like I am by catnip, so we’re all happy during our cat parties.
Cat Doesn't Like Nip?
Posted by Cara Beserra on 30th Mar 2015
Try Honeysuckle! 1st cat out of -- well, a lot -- that doesn't "do" catnip. Got him one of these mice and he loved it till the scent went... Still plays with it out of habit. Tough built mouse - one of my dogs plays with it, too, and it's still intact.