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Temple Cat - For Divine Felines


Temple Cat has lovely light scents of fine Japanese incense blended with Royal Omani Frankincense and Juniper.

It was inspired by a little Cat Temple in Kyoto presided over by a “cat monk “ lineage.


It Contains:

Agarwood and Mysore Sandalwood

Japanese Aromatics

Royal Omani Frankincense

Juniper tips

Silver vine


Each little triangle is hand formed and dusted with Agarwood, Sandalwood and Silver Vine herb (super potent catnip alternative)


Abu, is, of course, our Mermade Temple Cat and he has approved this blend, he was very helpful in its creation. He wanted to call it “Hello Kitty”, but that is a different temple, sorry Abu. He did give the idea to add the Silver Vine, known as “Kitty Krack”.



Meow Meow Temple - 


“Cat lovers everywhere, rejoice! Japan is full of surprises; some are especially awesome if you’re a fan of fluffy felines. Catto admirers that visit Japan should do their best to head on over to Nyan Nyan Ji (literally meaning Meow Meow Temple when translated into English), which is in Kyoto.

Now, we know what you’re thinking: a place named Meow Meow Temple should be full of cats, right? Well, you’re 100 percent correct! The place has a cat monk and has catto assistants. How purrfect is that?”



This is Koyuki, the head monk of the temple. According to the temple owner, Koyuki loves interacting with her ‘worshipers.’


On Silver Vine:

Silver vine has long been known to elicit euphoric response in cats. The reaction to silver vine is similar to the catnip response, but appears to be more intense. Silver vine is an alternative to catnip, and many cats that don't react to catnip will respond positively to silver vine powder made from dried fruit galls. Typical behaviors include rolling, chin and cheek rubbing, drooling, and licking. The effect usually lasts between 5 and 30 minutes, but afterwards cats are typically unresponsive to the plant for an hour or more during the refractory period.

A study published in January 2021 suggests that felines are specifically attracted to the iridoids nepetalactol and nepetalactone, present in silver vine and catnip, respectively. The compounds were found to repel mosquitos, and it is hypothesized that rubbing against the plants provides the cats with a chemical coat that protects them against mosquito bites.


This price is for 17 triangles nested in Agarwood and Sandalwood dust in an amber jar.



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