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CATNIP WINE

23 Jun 2016 By

Cat Lovers, rejoice – there’s now a wine for your cat. Made at 1,730m in the foothills of Colorado, this is a fine feline snack wine designed to entice even the most picky of cats.

You know how it is. You get home late. It’s been a stressful day at the office. All you want to do is unwind with a bottle of wine. But you’ve got nobody to drink it with. You only have a cat. And cats don’t drink wine. Right? Wrong! Well, sort of.

Take a look at this catnip wine to see what I’m talking about. That’s right. Catnip wine. It’s made by Colorado-based Apollo Peak and it comes in two varieties – MosCATo and Pinot Meow, both of which are available in 8 “Meownce” bottles. And it’s all made with natural organic beets. The wine is non-alcoholic of course, but it does at least contain organic catnip, so you might want to be the designated driver should you and your cat decide to share a bottle.

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As it says on the Apollo Peak website: “Why Drink Alone?! We have labored intensively to develop a non-alcoholic, catnip-based wine just for your furry feline friends…it’s a satisfying blend for cats of all ages.”

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