Newton and Pierre: What’s this?
Pierre: It smells like catnip… maximum strength.
Newton: It smells good. But how do open it? I don’t have thumbs.
Newton: Ooooh… new toys? For me?
Photographer: Wait, wait, I want a photo of —
Newton: ARGH! No waiting! This is awesome!
Newton: It has a string, and I’m going to undo it since you’re so slow!
Strangely, the string wasn’t threaded through the end of the stick.
Newton: It wasn’t my fault!
It was easy to thread through and tie into a simple knot, whether it was Newton’s fault or not.
Pierre: This has feathers! I’m giving it the bitey!
Newton: The toy package also contained this thing that had ribbons on it. Ribbons! And a bell! OMC!
Pierre: And there was a mouse made all out of stuff that feels like the sisal on my cat tree. This thing rules!
Newton: I’m not sharing!
Newton: Wait, what are you doing to the toy with the ribbon. Ooh, that smells good…
Newton: I thought this toy was good before. Now it’s just dreamy.
Pierre: I admit it. I inhale catnip. A lot.
Ashton: This was so tempting even I came out of scaredy-cat hiding to play with it!
Newton: If there’s catnip in the air, there it must be time for a smackdown!
The toys and catnip from The Natural Pet Company were a real success, and as you can see, everybody enjoyed them. The toys were a lot more durable than they looked at first glance, which we appreciate, since we are kind of rough with toys. Thanks to the Natural Pet Company for the opportunity to give them a test drive. We’ll be getting a lot more fun play time out of these toys and catnip!
Disclosure: The Natural Pet Company provided toys and catnip for review, but all opinions are our own.