When a cat has too much catnip
A good number of the world’s felines don’t react to catnip. Scientists still don’t know why some kitties go crazy for the aromatic herb and others don’t, but they have figured out that catnip sensitivity is hereditary. If a kitten has one catnip-sensitive parent, there’s half a chance that it will also grow up to crave the plant. And if both parents react to catnip, the odds increase to at least three in four.
See if you can spot the cat above. You can’t find her at the apartment, right? You think she is lost; her ears are bamboozled with sound, her muscles are jittery, her vision is like a kaleidoscope, and the room is spinning around. I guess she was cat-nipped. Just around the slipper, she is. This is what happens when you don’t clean the room.