Friday, August 5, 2011

Charlie and Priscilla Review Tipsy Nip Organic Catnip Products!

What's in the box?

The folks over at Tipsy Nip Organic Catnip Products out of Burlington, Vermont, recently offered to send over some of their fine merchandise for my discriminating feline product testers to review. With their company mission statement to, "create healthy toys that make cats insanely happy," how could I say no?

Charlie surveying his majestic bounty

They sent over a wonderful selection, that included the following products to sample:

Tickle Pickle: This tummy-hugging toy is stuffed with 100% eye-crossing high potency catnip, with no poly fillers, and comes in regular (6") and XL (woah!)

Tipsy Nip Ball: A nontoxic wooden ball infused with organic catnip, nesting in organic catnip.

Tuna Sushi: A purrlicious treat for cats! Made with Bonito tuna flakes, Nori Seaweed, and Tipsy Nip. Give as a treat or put on their food for added flavor.

Organic Tipsy Nip: A straight up jar of organic catnip!

Now let's hand it over to the professionals to get their opinion!

Priscilla couldn't wait to get the Pickles out of their packaging!

Charlie employs some double paw action with the Tickle Pickle and Tipsy Nip ball!

Two seconds after this picture was taken he knocked the entire jar over with his paw

Tuna Sushi = Kitty Crack

The Aftermath. Nipped out bliss!

The biggest hits in my house were definitely the Tickle Pickle, and the Tuna Sushi. Charlie isn't much of a foodie, but he was going after it likes nobody's business! I also love the idea of the wooden ball, but think it's something they'd have to get used to. I rolled it Charlie's way and he would watch it, or sometimes catch it, but after that, I'm not sure he knew what to do with it!

Overall, I was very happy with the items we received, and believe they stand up to the level of quality that is promised.

Both Charlie and Priscilla send many thanks to Tipsy Nip Organic Catnip Products for providing them with a fun, delicious, and catnip filled afternoon! For more information, or to purchase any items mentioned in this post, please visit their website at!

Disclosure: Tipsy Nip Organic Catnip Products provided these items for review, but all of the opinions expressed in this post are my own.



cuppy said...

This made me giggle SO MUCH !!!!!


Anonymous said...

The kitties look like happy campers!

Angel Prancer Pie said...

Great review! Thanks fur sharing it. Charlie looks totally nipped out in his close-up. MOL! Purrs.

Beth Doodlecats said...

Lol, awesome.
Those tuna catnip treats sound awesome, Pixie would love them. All ours are catnip-fiends, might have to buy them some goodies!

CATachresis said...

Love the aftermath pic >ȏȏ<

leo811 (twitter) said...

the aftermath photo of charlie is my fav! ... is there such thing as a toxic wooden ball? just checking as i've seen wood balls (sorry, wood, wooden still doesn't sound right lol!) but never thought of them as being toxic?

Catsparella said...

@Kim Sorry, I phrased it awkwardly..I meant nontoxic wood as opposed to some kind of questionable plastic or something, not toxic wood :)

Catsparella said...

@Kim I took the word "nontoxic" out to avoid confusion, thank you! lol

Marilia said...

Hi dear frineds!
Enjoy your nip toys!!
I love it!

Cat and DOG Chat With Caren said...

OMG I love that photo of Charlie!! Too funny!

Random Felines said...

Mom likes the idea of the wooden ball....we LOVE balls but mom says we are kind of hard on them. :)

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