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Old 05-14-2019, 06:47 PM #1
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CBD for cats?

Does it seem to work? I just bought some CBD cat treats for my old kitty who has slowed down some over the years. I gave him one, but I suppose it will be an hour or so before it kicks in. Thanks
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Old 05-14-2019, 07:27 PM #2
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... then get back to us in 1.5 hrs and let us know how kitty makes out
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Old 05-14-2019, 08:13 PM #3
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He is walking around a bit smoother. He is also holding his tail up in the air. I think in cat that means he is feeling good.
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Old 05-14-2019, 09:28 PM #4
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Just don't give up him any terps. Cats are very sensitive to phenols etc. (Ultimate drug sniffing animal, except they aren't bitch ass narcs like dogs)
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Our bodies and our cat's bodies are naturally producing cannabinoids which are called endocannabinoids. Thus, when you use CBD oil for cats, you are supplementing your cat's endocannabinoid system.
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I was confused to use CBD for my kitty as well. I was searching for research article about this topic and found this helpful post on Grass Chief blog. It really helped me. I've learned that CBD has been found helpful in treating in animals similar symptoms for which it is prescribed for human use. You can read more here Pot for Pets: Medical Cannabis for Cats & Dogs
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My cats are old now, but they grew up eating fan and trim leaves etc.
They sure do enjoy it.
Have a friend who grows delightful catnip, that her cats respond to wonderfully.
Sent me home with lots of it, which my cats promptly ignored.
Heaven forbid a stray bud hit the floor here, that they will bat all over the house,
as if they were kittens until it is no more.
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I think the cat has figured out that when he gets the CBD cat treats, he feels better. So far I am using a low dosage with it. I read that about half the cats just don't get off on catnip. My cat likes it a little, but my friend's cats go crazy with it. When I bring a grocery bag full, they have even figured how to get the bag open to get at it. My cat also likes MMJ leaves. If I accidentally leave the grow room door open, kitty helps himself to some leaves.
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I’ve tried store bought catnip and the cat was unimpressed, bought catnip seed and have grown it several years, cat still doesn’t care about it.

She is very interested in cannabis and prefers the fresh leaves she can reach. She will eat dried leaves but seems to prefer fresh. . I keep a few plants at ground level under flouro lights in a room she can visit, and she will eat at least once a day that I can tell.
These are primarily high thc plants I assume, someday I’ll try a high cbd plant to see if that’s any better
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