Cat-a-bliss Order #2

P1180362.JPG Mr. M, who still hasn’t found his silvervine stick, is keeping an eye on Purrseidon.

I talked to Kiara (Cat-a-bliss’ owner), who told me that  many people are ordering the tester kits just for the fun of seeing their cats open their mail. (Who knew that many people read my posts on that topic!) Do you think the post office will start seeing a trend of cats receiving “nip mail”?

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    1. I’d never heard of this prior to getting reports back from others who were testers for her blends… the first time I heard of this, I thought it was a fluke, then I began to wonder it if was a new fad.

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    1. I’m glad you approved, even though there was a bit of intrigue over the silvervine stick… hopefully that will soon get resolved…. If Mr. M was into toys, he would have found it by now.

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  2. I would have liked to buy something but there is no delivery service to this country on the other side of the ocean: maybe because it is forbidden to export-import such herbals 😦
    Purrseidon and Mr. M are amazing ❤
    Ciao
    Sid

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    1. I’ve had the same problem when I ordered vegetable seeds – I put the order through Amazon and didn’t realize the vendor was actually in China… US Agriculture Dept. confiscated them and I got a nasty note about importing illegal items…. have never realized tomato and lettuce seeds were in that category.

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      1. I believe cat nip, as well as food and treats, have custom restrictions, so it is necessary a special permission (which obviously will cost a lot of money!) for import-export in Europe 😛
        Ciao
        Sid

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    2. I had someone ask about the UK. So I went to the post office to see the cost of shipping a small order and it was like 15$s. I can ship out of the states but felt most would not want to cover that amount of shipping as it would cost more then the nip.

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      1. That’s logical. I guess if anyone overseas wants to order something, they’ll need to make certain that importing a plant product is legal, and if so, then I would think that they could contact your shop to arrange delivery.

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