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These essential oils for cats are great because they are all natural and free of synthetics!



Did You Know?

Cats can benefit from essential oils just like we can! Check out these tips below on how you can support your cat’s health in an all natural way!


The Main Problem That We All Face

Do you know someone with a cat that could use some natural solutions for their health? Would you like to feel empowered about how to handle what your cat needs to stay healthy? These oils can help for sure!


Top 5 Tips For Using Essential Oils For Cats

1.) Amount of oil: Cats can tolerate oils fairly well, just use smaller amounts for kittens and for sensitive skin areas (like the belly area)


2.) How to Dilute: Use fractionated coconut oil (FCO) for hotter oils to reduce chance of irritation and to help with absorption. FCO is kinda like the primer you use before applying the paint in order to help it absorb better.


3.) Where to put oil: Apply oils topically in between toes, on the pad of the foot, or behind the ears (not in the canal though, that wouldn’t be fun)


4.) Frequency of application: Oils do not build up in the system like synthetics do. You can reapply every 1-2 hours for things that just pop up or use morning and night for a more proactive approach.


5.) Some Watchouts: Cats prefer certain aromas like humans do. Avoid melaleuca for cats, and if oils get in the eyes, flush with milk.


Top 3 Ways To Use Oils With Cats

1.) No Odor Kitty Litter: You can add 25 drops of the Purify oil blend and 4 cups of baking soda, mix them together then sprinkle 2 tablespoons of that awesome onto your kitty litter as you change it daily.


2.) Cat Scratch Deterrent: You can add 10 drops eucalyptus oil, 10 drops lemon oil, and 1 cup of distilled water to an empty glass spray bottle. Just shake it before use and spray the areas that you don’t want your cat touching!


3.) Calm That Kitty: Diffusing 3-5 drops in a 4 hour diffuser or diffusing 6-10 drops in a 8 hour diffuser is a good way to calm and relax your cat after a stressful event or long day.


In Summary

Essential oils can be used to empower you in your home and support the health of your cat in a natural and easy way. Between these tips above and the DIY ideas you could get started with helping your cat today!


What Are My Next Steps?

The first thing to do is sign up for my FREE 4 part essential oil class online so you can learn more about natural solutions TODAY!
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