When you get a cat, you are probably delighted by the cats magnificent personality. Its independence is amazing and makes you even prouder of actually being the owner of such a headstrong creature. And in case your feline decides to sit in your lap for a while, you’ll be so delighted that you’ll cancel all your plans until it gets up. Tell me, who’s the owner here?
The dynamics between the cat and his owner have always been interesting. It’s almost as if your feline were telling you that it doesn’t belong to you in any way, but it still wants you around in its life. This independence they pride themselves in makes them all the more appealing to people. The only thing that humans seem to be responsible for when cats are in question is their health.
That’s a big responsibility, so here are some tips on how to do it.
We could safely say that cats are proud even when it comes to their health. They aren’t quick to let you know that they are suffering from something and they aren’t quick to accept any medicine. As the owner, you will have to be rather attentive, so as to notice if there’s something wrong with your pet. Plus, you’ll also need to be creative in disguising the medicine into ordinary food.
Speaking of that, there is another important thing that you will have to do when their health is in question. I’m talking about finding the perfect product to help your little feline. A lot of products out there are advertised as being perfect for our furry companions and their well-being, but not all of those are as good as they are said to be. It’s your responsibility to discern between the good ones and the harmful ones.
One product, in particular, is grabbing people’s attention these days. It’s made from a plant closely related to cannabis. The plant is called hemp and the product is called hemp oil. It has become rather popular among cat owners because it is said to be able to treat all kinds of diseases that attack this animal, as well as generally improve their well-being.
Hemp oil is made by cold pressing the seeds of this plant. It has been extensively researched before being given to our felines and it is today widely accepted as a product that is great for these and many other animals. The prerequisite of using hemp oil is for the animal to have an endocannabinoid system and, thus, cannabinoid receptors.
No matter the wide acceptance of this product all around the world, some individuals are still a bit skeptical about it. This is mostly due to hemp’s relation to cannabis. Given that relationship, people are concerned about the safety of hemp oil. Even though there is a lot of evidence proving the benefits of this product for our cats, some individuals cannot help but wonder whether it is actually safe for them.
It’s only natural that you wouldn’t want to give your cat anything that could potentially harm them. That’s exactly why that healthy dose of skepticism is necessary and even desirable when any feline products are in question. With that in mind, we are now going to check out the safety of hemp oil, so that you can finally understand and decide whether you should give it to your cat or not.
Is It Safe?
As I have already explained, people are concerned about safety due to the relationship between this product and cannabis. If you take a closer look at https://pethempcompany.com/blogs/cannabinoid-science/hemp-oil-for-cats, you’ll quickly realize that hemp oil isn’t psychoactive at all and there are two reasons for its lack of toxicity. Let’s take a look at those reasons.
First of all, the hemp plant contains less than 0.03% of THC in itself, which is hardly enough to get anyone high. In addition to that, the oil that’s made from it doesn’t contain THC at all. It is made from other compounds that come from this plant, such as CBD and similar. All those compounds have been thoroughly researched and they have been proven to be perfectly safe for animal consumption.
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