Cat wine does not contain alcohol, but instead has catnip, which has a psychoactive effect on many cats. Around 50% of cats are sensitive to the effects of catnip, kittens are not sensitive to catnip until they are around 3 to 6 months old. If your cat is sensitive to catnip they will also be sensitive to cat wine. You might want to try giving catnip to your cat first to see if they have a reaction before going through the process of making the cat wine.

How to make cat wine


3 cups of water
1 cup of dry catnip
a couple drops of beet food coloring (optional)
a few drops flavoring such as salmon oil (optional)


  1. Mix water and dry catnip in a pan
  2. Simmer on low for about 15 minutes
  3. Remove from heat and let sit until cool
  4. Use a cheesecloth or filter to separate out the web catnip
  5. Squeeze out the liquid from the wet catnip and throw the wet catnip away
  6. Add beet food coloring (optional) to the catnip liquid to make it the desired color
  7. Add salmon or other flavoring (optional)

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