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The Purrr-fect Solution: CBD for Cats

By Trevor Baum November 19, 2022 Wellness

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If you’re a cat owner, you know that they can be a bit of a handful. From mischief-making to endless demands for attention, cats can keep us on our toes.

Along with being wonderful living companions, cats can be quite destructive forces when they’re not feeling well.

But what if there was a way to stop them from scratching furniture and shredding paper?

CBD for cats may just be the purrr-fect solution you’ve been hoping for! Read on to learn more about this emerging trend in cat health.

What is CBD oil and how does it work for cats?

CBD oil is a type of oil that is extracted from the hemp plant. The hemp plant is a type of cannabis plant, and CBD oil contains a high concentration of cannabidiol or CBD.

CBD oil is known to have multiple health benefits, from reducing anxiety and to pain relief.

The best part? Unlike THC, CBD does not have psychoactive effects, meaning it will not make you “high”.

The CO2 extraction method is a popular way to extract CBD oil, and it involves using pressurized carbon dioxide to extract the oil from the hemp plant. This method is safe and efficient, and it preserves the potency of CBD oil. As a result, CO2-extracted CBD oil is a high-quality product that can be used to improve your health and well-being.

How Does CBD for Cats work?

A cat jumping and playing in the woodsAs any ailurophile (cat lover) knows, our feline friends are unique creatures with their own quirks and personalities. But did you know that cats also have an endocannabinoid system just like yours? This endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating a variety of functions.

CBD can bind to these receptors, and when it does, it helps to regulate various bodily functions. including mood, appetite, pain response appetite, and even sleep patterns.

In short, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system in a similar way to how it interacts with the human endocannabinoid system. And just like in humans, this interaction can have a profound impact on a cat’s health and wellness.

What are CBD Benefits for Cats?

Since research is still in its early stages, anecdotal evidence makes up the bulk of the benefits of CBD for cats. Most of the information is based on reports of people who live with cats and have administered CBD to them, or from vets who have prescribed it and heard positive results.

One thing that all cat owners can agree on, though, is that cats are finicky animals. They can be picky eaters, and they often have trouble dealing with changes in their environment.

CBD for Cats’ Anxiety

Is your cat a little frisky? Does she like to race around the house and jump on everything in sight?

It may seem like these little tigers haven’t a care in the world, but the truth is that they are just as prone to anxiety as their canine counterparts. Most cats typically show signs of anxiety when they are placed in unfamiliar or stressful situations, such as when they move to a new place, meet new people, visit the vet, or when there is a change in their daily routine.

While some cats may hide away and refuse to come out from under the bed, others may express their anxiety through destructive behaviors, such as scratching furniture or urinating outside of the litter box.

In severe cases, cats may even suffer from a loss of appetite and can become withdrawn and listless.

CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system in cats which regulates mood and behavior, and it has been shown to play a role in stress relief. Many cat owners report that CBD oil helps to ease their cats’ anxiety and stress and turns skittish cats serene.

CBD for Easing Pain and Discomfort

Cats are notoriously mysterious creatures, and when they’re in pain, they’re often good at hiding it. That’s why it’s important to be attuned to changes in your cat’s behavior that might indicate discomfort.

Cats usually have a knack for always landing on their feet, and they often seem to know what we’re thinking. If your normally active cat is starting to spend more time lounging around, it could be a sign that they’re experiencing joint pain or inflammation.

CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to reduce swelling and pain in the joints. Full Spectrum CBD oil is safe for cats and easy to administer, making it a convenient way to help your feline friend feel their best.

Other CBD Benefits for CatsAn orange cat high fiving a human hand with it's paw

How to Give CBD Oil To Your Cat

When it comes to our understanding of our feline friends, there’s still a lot of mystery surrounding them. But we know one thing for sure – they can be picky eaters. Here are 4 easy ways to give your kitty CBD oil:

Add It to Their Food

One of the easiest ways to give your cat CBD oil is to simply add it to their food. This is a great option if your cat is picky or doesn’t like taking pills. You can add CBD oil to their wet food or mix it in with their dry food. Just make sure to start with a low dose and increase gradually as needed.

In a pill pocket

Another way to give your cat CBD oil is to put it in a pill pocket. Pill pockets are little pockets of soft food that you can use to hide pills inside. This is a great option if your cat doesn’t like the taste of CBD oil or if they are resistant to taking it directly from a dropper.

Under The Tongue

If your cat will allow it, you can also put the CBD oil directly into their mouth from the dropper. This is the most direct method, but it can be tricky if your cat is resistant or uncooperative. Start by putting a small amount on your finger and letting them lick it off before moving on to putting it directly in their mouth from the dropper.

On their paw

Another option is to put the CBD oil on your cat’s paw and let them lick it off. This is a good option for cats that are resistant to taking CBD oil directly from a dropper or pill pocket. It can also be helpful if your cat has anxiety as licking their paw can help to calm them down.

Another thing that can help is giving them a pet CBD hemp oil which tastes amazing.

Cannovia’s SKYLAR CBD Oil uses Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil as MCT oil which cats cannot wait to devour.

CBD Dosage for Cats

CBD dosage for catsCBD Oil Dosage for Cats varies by weight, (actually serving sizes are the same for cats and dogs).

The exact amount will vary depending on your cat’s weight and the level of support they need. Always start with a small dose and increase the amount given gradually as needed.

As with any new supplement, always start with a small dose and gradually increase as needed. If you notice any adverse reactions in your cat after giving them CBD oil, stop giving it to them and consult your veterinarian immediately.

Is CBD Oil Safe for Cats?

Yes, CBD Oil is completely safe for cats. It’s important to remember, however, that not all pet CBD products are created equal. Make sure you’re purchasing from a reputable company with third-party lab testing and quality assurance processes in place.

While it’s too early to claim if CBD can cure any ailments, cat CBD oil can be an effective way to help relieve your kitten of any discomfort.

An extreme dosage might cause some side effects with CBD in cats. So, it’s important to talk with your vet if your cat has any negative symptoms.

A few tips on choosing the right CBD oil for your cat

Source of CBD Oil

You want to make sure that the CBD oil you’re buying for your cat is derived from hemp plants that were grown organically, without the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals. The source of CBD oil will also determine its quality and potency.

Look For High-Quality CBD Oil

When buying CBD oil for your cat, you’ll want to look for a CBD product that is high-quality and potent. A high-quality organic CBD oil will be free of impurities and will be effective in treating a variety of conditions.

Check the ingredients

When looking for high-quality cat CBD oil, it’s important to check the ingredients. The best oils will use high-quality ingredients like organic hemp oil and if flavoring is added, an all natural (cat friendly), flavoring like wild Alaskan salmon oil.

Cannovia’s SKYLAR Pet CBD Oil uses organic hemp-derived CBD oil, wild Alaskan salmon oil, and MCT oil, (coconut oil) as their carrier oil. This combination is not only safe for cats, but it also helps to ensure that the CBD is easily absorbed into their system.

Make sure the product is third-party lab tested

When looking for a quality CBD oil for your cat, it’s important to make sure that the product is third-party lab tested. This means that an independent lab has tested the product to ensure that it meets quality and safety standards.

Certificate Of Analysis

A Certificate of Analysis (COA) is a document that provides detailed information about the product. It will include data on the concentration of CBD, as well as any other compounds that may be present in the oil. This helps you to ensure that the product meets safety standards and that it is effective for your cat’s needs.

Start small and go slow

When starting CBD oil with your cat, it’s important to start small and go slow. Start with a low dose and gradually increase it as needed. This will help you find the right dosage for your cat without any adverse effects.

No matter which method you use to give your cat CBD oil, it’s important to start with a low dose and gradually increase it as needed.

Why Cannovia?

CBD for catsCannovia’s CBD products are third-party lab-tested to ensure quality and safety. All of our products are made in the USA in a cGMP-compliant facility.

SKYLAR is designed specifically for pets and uses the highest quality ingredients to ensure that your cat receives the best possible care.

Our product is third-party lab tested and comes with a Certificate of Analysis (COA) so you can be sure that it meets safety standards. Plus, our oil tastes delicious(to cats ofc) thanks to the use of all natural, Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil as its flavor.

Cannovia’s SKYLAR CBD Oil comes in easy-to-use dropper bottles, so you can easily adjust the dosage as needed.

FAQs About CBD For Cats

What kind of CBD do I give my cat?

The best choice is full-spectrum CBD oil because it has all the benefits of the plant. Full-spectrum CBD oil is derived from the entire plant, so it has a combination of cannabinoids and terpenes that work together to provide maximum relief.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil is derived from the entire plant, but it doesn’t contain all of the cannabinoids and terpenes that are found in full-spectrum CBD oil. This means that it may not be as effective in providing relief.

CBD isolate is a pure form of CBD that is derived from the hemp plant. It doesn’t contain any other cannabinoids or terpenes, so it may not be as effective in providing relief.

Is there a difference between pet CBD products and human CBD products? Can I give my cat human CBD oil?

Yes, there are differences between pet CBD oil and human. Pet CBD oil is typically lower in concentration and may contain different ingredients to cater to the unique needs of animals. Human CBD oil is not recommended for pets, although it is unlikely to be harmful.

 

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