Do You Feed Your Kitty "Cat Wine"?
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Brandon L. February 19, 2017
Try checking out #pinotmeow on instagram. You'll see why we love making this stuff.
Ali February 18, 2017
No, I have not tried this but tonight I found the corkscrew on the living room floor next to a cat toy. So my cat may be breaking into the real stuff while I'm at work....
Whiteantlers February 17, 2017
Nonsense and codswallop! Is something really 'wine' if it has no alcohol? My cats get good food, nutritional yeast, canned pumpkin, pots of rye and wheat grass and a lavish, weekly catnip frolic. I think it's wise to remember that our pets don't need or want the same-ummm-leisure treats enjoyed by humans.
Michele February 17, 2017
I have cats and over the years have had lots of them and I wouldn't waste my money on this. Cats like water, they like catnip (although not all do). I have noted over the years that the most delicious water is the muddies puddles they find. The fancy blending of this and other products into a 'wine' is just creating something for the sake of it. Like the broths available for cats now, some may enjoy, others not. But they have survived and thrived for thousands and thousands of years without this so I just think this is someone jumping on the crazy cat bandwagon. I am sure there will be those new to the world of felines that will fall for it but to me it is a gimmick.
Heather |. February 17, 2017
anna akana tried apollo peak with her cats and... none of them looked like they even wanted to try it, lol. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sN1cH1bvndw
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