Silvervine Natural Sticks (Matatabi)

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5x Silver vine Sticks - some know it as Matatabi 

Silver Vine for Cats, Silvervine for Cats, Matatabi for cats, Cat dental treat,

it's known by so many variants.  

Silver vine sticks are an amazing natural dental hygiene.

Silver vine is a climbing plant, sometimes known as Japanese catnip, that grows in the mountainous regions of Korea, China and Japan. The plant bears fruit that resembles kiwi, (Coming soon) but it’s the silver white leaves and flowers is how it gets its name “silvervine”. They're a natural stem of the plant, some people call them 'molar sticks'.

We know very few of us brush our meow'ing Fur Kids teeth so don't feel as bad when you're giving them our Nip Sticks we stock them in lots of shapes & sizes.

These treats are a double bonus keeping their gums and teeth healthy, as well as looking after their physical and emotional well-being

 

Warning silvervine sticks side affects include but not limited to:

  • Rolling around.
  • Meowing.
  • Drooling.
  • Staring into space.
  • Generally acting more playful

 

FAQs

How long will they be affect last?

Don’t worry your meow'ing Fur Kid won't experience a long-lasting “high”. The effects of silvervine wear off in about 30 mintues. 

 

How often should I give Silvervine treats?

We reccomend giving silvervine treats for 30 mintues, 2-3 times a week, this keeps them craving more and not letting them get bored of it. (But then again we have so many styles change it up each time) keep them on their paws or back if they are like Milly who rolls around throwing it in the air. 

 

Do I need to peel the bark off?

Optional, the silvervine is safe for cats and their oral health. You can peel off the bark to make it more attractive to your cat. But even if you don't, it doesn't matter. The bark does not affect anything pieces may fall off that is all.

 

Is silver vine the same as catnip?

Despite both catnip and silver vine invoking the same strange reactions in cats, they're not closely related, but both have evolved to produce similar (but not identical) iridoids – a type of monoterpenoid: naturally occurring chemical compounds responsible for aromas and flavours. (Thanks to https://cosmosmagazine.com for that information)

 

Reviews

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My Fur Kids absolutely love the yummy and healthy treats from the fur kids bakery. High quality and delicious! Highly recommend :)

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