Yep… I know that’s not what you were looking for, but I really think that most herbs should be off limits to cats except grass and catnip.
There are a few other herbs, but it’s simply not worth the risk to your little loved-one.
Instead, go basic. FIRST WORK WITH THEIR FOOD SOURCE!
So many times we are looking for some exotic fix, but the reality is that animals are no different than us – they need SUPERIOR FOOD for their bodies to function properly.
We were feeding our cats (all 7 of ’em!) Iam’s until this last “deadly animal food” scare came out and it really woke me up and made me stop and really take a look at the ingredients in the food we’d been giving them.
Boy did I get my eyes opened! The junk they put in the off-the-shelf food is truly amazing! It really should be against the law to even market that stuff!
Anyway, I was in the Health Food Store (God knows I spend enough time – and money – in that place! LOL!) and I came upon an end cap on one of the aisles and there was a bushel basket full of these little silver bags of food on special for cats.
Now, I’ve this one little cat that I love (her name is ‘Bunky’) and when I found her as a tiny baby she was dehydrated and undernourished.
The Vet said she had allergies, but after we started giving her the Wysong that I had bought in the health-food store, she stopped chewing on her arms and the hair grew back!.. I was so happy!
So then I started giving it to all the other cats too and I must say we are REALLY happy about the results.
You can buy it at some stores, but it’s pretty specialty, so I just get it from Wysong directly (I think you probably save a couple bucks, too). You can find Wysong here.