I understand that some cats have a gene that makes them responsive to catnip, while other cats lack this gene. Since we were told that our two cats are siblings, we would expect the same reaction to catnip, yet the female loves it and the male is indifferent to it. Is it possible that related cats have different reactions, or is it more likely that they are not siblings? Curious to know what multi-cat families have experienced. Thank you!
Answer by ohio girl
every cat is different doesn’t matter with the litter its all about each separate cat i have 3 adult cats who love it i have a litter of 5 kittens (all from the same litter) and some like it and one hates it