If you have a cat who is still o naturale, meaning still has claws, and still lives inside I’m sure your furniture would appreciate this stuff paired with a cat scratcher. This spray keeps the mess of dried catnip out of the equation, great if you have carpet that it can get ground into. Just give a little spritz where you want your cat’s interest and the kitty does the rest.
I do believe this is not exactly long lasting like the dried catnip though. Where the dried can fall through cracks and stay the spray eventually evaporates and needs to be reapplied — probably best — daily. That’s the one thing I do like about the dried catnip, it does last longer.
My cat was attracted to the scratcher I applied it to but I only saw him use it once then he became board once again. It doesn’t bring out the general catnip behavior like dried does either.
I bought the trial size for under $1 at my local Walmart to try it out, feel it was my money’s worth to give it a try. I do think I’ll stick with the dried catnip though since it does seem to last longer and we have wood floors I can just sweep.