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Is CBD Oil Safe for Cats. The Real Story.

Updated: Oct 24, 2019

Many of our customers have asked us “is CBD oil safe for cats?”

Happy Kitty.

The benefits of using CBD are becoming vastly apparent. From increasing the quality of life to relieving inflammation, anxiety, and pain, CBD is quickly becoming a wonder solution for cats. If you decide to use CBD oil for your cat, be patient, as the effects can take up to a month to kick in.

The Benefits of CBD Oil include:

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Reducing chronic pain

  • Blocking cell growth (Cancer)

  • Preventing the growth of blood vessels that supply tumours

  • Promoting strong joints & mobility

  • Reducing seizure frequency & muscle spasms

  • Reducing anxiety and stress

  • Calming aggression

  • Relieving nausea and digestive issues

  • Over-grooming

  • Aiding recovery from operations/illness

  • General wellness


So… Is CBD Oil Safe for My Cat?

Cats are very picky eaters and for a good reason as they are very sensitive to many things. CBD oil is considered SAFE for cats. CBD oil is known to be non-toxic and there are no known negative side effects (other than a bit of drowsiness if you spoil kitty a little too much with the treats!). There have never been any reports of any cats ever having overdosed on CBD oil. Nor any humans for that matter!

One thing to be aware of when buying CBD oil for cats is that CBD products are not currently regulated. It's important that you research CBD products before giving them to your cat.

There are lots of different types of CBD products on the market and CBD oil can vary a lot in quality. Don't always go for the cheapest option, it may contain harmful additives. Gizzls Treats only contain high-quality, medical grade CBD oil, so your kitty is in very safe hands.

CBD Oil is safe to take while taking other medications and they won't interfere with any other medications they are taking. But if you have any doubts, please chat to your vet first before giving your pet Gizzls Treats or CBD oil.

Always start with the lowest recommended dose, monitor your results, and then adjust the dosage as required.

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