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Cats on Catnip: A Grow-Your-Own Catnip Kit

By Andrew Marttila

  • Mixed media product
  • £7.99

Inspired by Andrew Marttila's book Cats on Catnip on Running Press's Spring 18 list, this kit includes everything a cat lover needs to grow their own catnip at home, as well as three magnets and a 32-page mini book with growing instructions and a collection of photos of funny cats rolling in the green stuff.

This kit includes:

Ceramic pot Package of catnip seeds Peat pellet that expands in water 3 magnets 32-page book with growing instructions and photos of funny and adorable cats playing with catnip

Biographical Notes

Andrew Marttila is a professional animal photographer best known for his captivating images of felines. He reaches hundreds of thousands of cat lovers through social media where he documents his travels promoting shelters across the country, taking photos for clients, and snuggling his cat, Haroun. Andrew's photography has been featured in Catster, Vanity Fair, Real Simple, and The Guardian, and on CNN and MSNBC, among others. Andrew is the photographer behind Shop Cats of New York. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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  • ISBN: 9780762464111
  • Publication date: 25 Oct 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Running Press Mini Editions
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