Years of research by scientists shows that elephants feel emotions such as joy, anger, grief, altruism, compassion, stress, and love. It has even been said that the emotional attachment elephants experience towards family members may even be comparable to that of human beings. This research suggests that these large land mammals do not solely focus on survival. They also act on feeling.
Catnip is the common name for a perennial herb of the mint family. The active ingredient in catnip is called nepetalactone which can trigger strange behaviors in cats. Cats don’t actually eat catnip and respond to its taste, but rather, are reacting to the smell. It can be either in a dry or fresh form.