Pink Cat Catmint Perennial 4 Plants -Nepeta- HARDY-NEW!
Spikes of densely packed pink flowers rise from compact and neat mounds of lightly aromatic foliage. Unique, colorful groundcover. A heat-tolerant selection. ::Similar to Catnip, Catmint is lower growing and is less potent than it’s cousin, Catnip. It contains the same chemical as catnip but in a weaker form. No cat ought to be deprived of the joys of a close encounter with this plant. Attractive in a container or garden, with a soft haze of lavender blue flowers and fine blue-grey foliage from late Spring to late Autumn. Cats become seriously silly around Catmint – playing in the plants and eating young leaves as one of nature’s diet treats. An undemanding, but very pretty garden perennial garden plant. ::Cat in the pink over new colour :Brumas was named after a polar bear due to his originally white fur A west Devon couple are baffled by how their nine-year-old white cat turned pink after a weekend stroll. Brumas, who was named after the first polar bear to be born at London Zoo, went out for a walk on Friday near his home in Bratton Clovelly. But when he returned later, his white fur had turned pink, astonishing owners Philip and Joan Worth. The couple took the cat to their vet in Launceston, Cornwall, who said he was in good health despite his new colour. ‘Barbie pink’ Philip and Joan Worth said they were shocked when Brumas returned home. Mrs Worth said: “He was pink – Barbie pink. His head, ears and right down his body, although not underneath, had gone a quite brilliant pink. “We went to the vet on Saturday, but they couldn’t find any reason for it, although they decided it wasn’t toxic, which was what I was worried about.” The couple, who adopted Brumas after he was found on Dartmoor and taken in by the Cats Protection League, have five other cats but none of them has been affected in the same way. ::Mrs Worth added: “He seems fine, he’s eating well and the other cats aren’t terribly bothered.”
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