Every cat owner knows that cats love getting high on catnip but now Richard Doxtator, a 28-year-old financial planner, has come up with an alternative to catnip: cat wine.

Labeling the different varietals of his proposed concoction “Catbernet” and “Purrsecco,” Doxtator would repurpose 200-milliliter mini bottles of wine by filling them with “savory” tuna juice and catnip leaves. “You just shake it up, pop the cap and they go to town,” Doxtator said.

If you didn’t mind getting your cat high with catnip, then you probably won’t mind getting your cats drunk on cat wine. While you’re at it, why not send your cats to a fraternity and let them party for the next for years as well?

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