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Cat’s Hilarious Catnip Adventure Goes Viral

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  • Foccacia the cat goes viral after eating a whole bag of catnip
  • Owner Sulaiha Muljono shares hilarious video on TikTok
  • Catnip is non-toxic and can help cats relax when given in moderation

Ever wondered what happens when a cat consumes an entire bag of catnip? Well, you’re in luck! A hilarious video has gone viral on TikTok, showcasing the aftermath of a ginger cat named Foccacia indulging in a whole bag of catnip treats.

On January 20, while his owner Sulaiha Muljono, 28, was in the shower, Foccacia, the rescued cat, decided to help himself to the bag of treats. Sulaiha came out to find her 1-year-old cat acting quite differently and soon realized why when she saw the empty bag.

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he is the most hyper little boy this is hilarious but also 🥺 #orangecat #cattok #catniphigh #sunkenplace

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Sulaiha, a model agent from Sydney, Australia, told Newsweek, “He was just staring into space and at me for longer periods of time than normal, little slow blinks. It was funny, and I knew he would be OK!” The video has since gained over 898,500 views and more than 191,000 likes.

The footage, shared on TikTok under the username @princessdianaammonia, shows the orange feline sitting with his head slouched, staring at his owner’s wiggling fingers. Sulaiha said the effects of the catnip lasted for around half a day, during which Foccacia was “loopy, but calm.”

“Usually, he is extremely hyper and still full of kitten energy. He is very talkative, especially at random hours of the night, but also sweet and gentle when he wants to be. He is an odd boy, but I wouldn’t change him for the world!” Sulaiha added.

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Catnip is a perennial herb from the Lamiaceae mint family and is non-toxic to cats. Dr. Carly Fox, a senior veterinarian at Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York City, advises that if a cat has consumed too much catnip, it’s best to give them some time, as the effects are typically short-lived. However, if the cat experiences persistent vomiting or diarrhea, it’s essential to consult a veterinarian.

The video has received over 425 comments, with one user writing, “It’s taking every brain cell to keep him upright.” Another person posted, “That baby is HIGH! Get him some snacks and a blankie.”

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