Can You Use Essential Oils for Cat Care? Yes, you can! Cats are small and sensitive. Use less than a drop of oil at a time – and it essential oils are not suggested for pregnant females and kittens. Dilute with coconut oils if needed. Do not use Melaleuca on your cats. Always consult your Veterinarian before using oils on your cats. I suggest to only use topically and always test before using so they don’t have a reaction. Apply oils between toes and on the pad of the foot when doing foot applications. Avoid getting oils in eyes; flush with milk if needed.
Essential Oil Favorites for Cats:
Frankincense – Inflammation, Insect/Snake Bites, Scarring, Warts
Heliachrysum – Bleeding, Nerve Damage, Would Care
Lavender – Abscesses, Allergies, Burns, Conjunctivitis, Inflammation, Vertigo, Wound Care
Lemon – Electrolyte Balance, Immune Boost, Lymph Function, Claw Strength
Oregano – Colds, MRSA, Ringworm
Peppermint – Diarrhea, Fever, Heatstroke, Inflammation, Muscle Pain, Ulcers
Can You Use Essential Oils for Cat Care?
Mist: In a 16 oz spray bottle, put 4-6 drops of Rosemary, and then fill the remainder of the bottle with distilled water. Lightly spray cat, avoiding eyes. Reapply as needed for flea prevention.
Apply a drop of Lavender to travel crate for a more peaceful ride.
Disclosure: We are NOT providing medical advice. Always consult your Veterinarian for medical treatment. The advice shared in this page has not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help.
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