Trixie | 貓草噴霧 50ml

Trixie | Cat Grass Spray 50ml

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Trixie's cat grass spray is made from the stem of Nepeta
Rich in fibre, it can induce vomiting and excretion.
And it is more natural than general hair excreting products.

Cat grass is high in fibre which can stimulate gastrointestinal motility in cats.
Helps digestion and regulates gastrointestinal health, soothes both mild upset stomach and indigestion.
It can improve the oral environment, control and prevent oral diseases.
Supplemented with vitamins and trace elements and folic acid,
inhibits eosinophilic granulomas, oral ulcers, gingivitis, glossitis, etc. caused by various causes.

The spray can be applied anywhere without leaving water marks,
It can be used as a play and soothing effect.  Allow cats to enjoy the fun brought by cat grass at any time!

Trixie is from Germany
The brand was founded in 1974
Supplies more than 6500 kinds of pet products
Provides a variety of products
Meets the needs of different pets
Adheres to the simplicity of German cultural product design
Focuses on practicality and take into account the needs of nice appearance and durability
Environmental protection is also a key brand concept of Trixie
In addition to it's business operations, Trixie hopes to do make contributions to save the earth

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Please be careful of sharp parts (if any) when opening the package;
If there are small parts inside, please do not put them in your mouth or swallow;
Check the toy frequently for signs of wear and tear;
Please play with appropriate guidance and accompaniment to prevent pets or children from accidentally swallowing accessories or fillers;
The toy is a consumable product. If the product is damaged due to severe bites, please remove or replace the toy as soon as possible;
Please assess the risks yourself before use, and consult your veterinarian if in any doubt.

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