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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Yeah, There's a Wine for Cats

Posted By on Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 2:30 PM

click to enlarge A Japanese company has created Nyan Nyan Nouveau, a non-alcoholic wine for cats. - VINOGRADOV ILLYA / SHUTTERSTOCK
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  • A Japanese company has created Nyan Nyan Nouveau, a non-alcoholic wine for cats.

Let's face it, your cat probably doesn't like you. Or need you. But maybe that can change.

In the likely case that you're drinking that glass of Napa red alone, give your feline a reason to join you. As Kotaku reported earlier today, Japanese company B&H Lifes has released Nyan Nyan Nouveau, a wine made exclusively for cats.

See also: Adventures of the Radish That Looks Like a Man

Nyan Nyan in Japanese means "cats meow." Nouveau refers to Beaujolais Nouveau produced in the Beaujolais region of France and popular in Japan. The drink contains no alcohol but is made with the juice of Cabernet Franc grapes, vitamin C and catnip and reportedly tastes like wine. The drink is meant for cat owners who wish to celebrate special holidays with their kitty.

But order soon, because there are only about 1,000 bottles available. Nothing like a new habit for the independent furball.


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