Kitty Kick Stix

A few weeks ago, Summer posted a review about Kitty Kick Stix. Nip doesn’t make me goofy, but I do like to lay on my nip banana and give it a good licking now and then. Mom thought the sticks were cute and decided to purchase some.

Here’s the assortment we received. There are several sizes and a variety of cute fabrics. I love the black kitty fabric, and the fishy fabric is a perfect motif for our house.

Mom said the sticks are very well made with a sturdy amount of stuffing and solid seams. Mom didn’t find them to be super aromatic, and I’m not a nip head so I’m not a good judge of nip potency. We’ll leave it to those of you who inhale to be the judge.

I like the size of the fishy stick (about 5.5 inches). It’s perfect for me to tuck under my chest and lick, so I’m going to keep this one.

I’m going to send the biggest stick and the multi-colored little stick to my cousin Pewter who enjoys nip. I’m sure she will appreciate the “medicinal” value of these herbs since she has the new-ish dog sibling.

Maybe her moms will send a photo of her enjoying the nip stix and I can share it. Oh, and I’m sending the D-O-G Sadie some treats too….I don’t want anyone to think I have a favorite cousin.

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21 Responses to Kitty Kick Stix

  1. Brian says:

    That looks like it’s the purrfect size for kickin’ any old time!

  2. No one here much cares about kick sticks, either. The girls are pretty quiet, by nature. The Dude is all about action. They like fresh catnip when I bring it in from the garden, though! Hugs!

  3. That’s so kind of you to share with your family ! Purrs

  4. We like to lick our nip toys too, Raven! Those look like fun.

  5. Raven, nice that you’ve got a toy that you enjoy! Pewter is very pretty, and aptly named.

  6. Grace says:

    I’ve stopped buying cat toys – my two seem to be indifferent to everything.

  7. Annie says:

    We look forward to seeing a pic of Pewter enjoying the Kitty Stix. The lady bought me two several years ago and I was indifferent but I do love nip. We think part of the problem was the size. They were those large ones and the other part is like you said, maybe they weren’t super aromatic. Anyway, you’re sweet to share. Hopefully, Pewter will love them.

  8. Those look like fun toys!

  9. Summer says:

    My human was a little relieved the nip scent wasn’t too strong, especially since one went into the prize package and the prize winner was overseas! We love hugging and kicking these sticks.

  10. They look pretty but how potent they are is of course to be determined. . . .

  11. Those are cool, Raven. We probably would like the smaller size one too.

  12. 15andmeowing says:

    That was sweet of your Mom to get you some.

  13. Cathy Keisha says:

    I think I won one of those on another blog. I’m not a niphead either but TW often finds me guarding it or laying my head up against it. I got the foot-long one.

  14. We adore Kitty Kick Stix and reviewed them quite a while back…..guess what? We just might be having a give away for them soon!!!!

  15. You are SO nice to share your new things with your cousins! That fishy one is definitely perfect for your house!

  16. Elise says:

    Hey, hey!

    Just dropping by to let you know that I’ve nominated you for a blogger recognition award!

    Just recently discovered your site but I absolutely love what I’ve read up on so far! 🙂


  17. Jan K says:

    You are so thoughtful to share your toys, Raven, and to not forget your doggy cousin either! I hear good things about these toys, and wonder if they’d be worth a try for Sam. She is SO fussy about toys, even though she does like the nip.

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