CATNIP ISN’T THE ONLY HERB YOUR CAT WILL LOVE!
If you’re a dedicated cat lover, you know the amazing intoxicating effect that catnip has on most cats. But did you also know that catnip can help calm a frantic feline during an extended car trip? Or that catnip can ease feline gastrointestinal distress? In fact, there are many common herb that can do wonders for your cat’s health. In 10 Herbs for Happy, Healthy Cats you’ll find ten of the safest, most versatile herbs for feline health. You’ll learn everything ou need to know about growing these herbs and buying or making your own herbal or making your own herbal teas, tinctures, capsules, and poultices. You’ll also find exp3r5 advice on calculating the proper dosage of an herbal remedy and administering it to your cat – including how to catch that feisty feline and help make the medicine go down easily!
LURA ROGERS spent many years working at Adirondack Save-a-Stray, a shelter and adoption center for cats and dogs. She shares her New Hampshire home with three cats. Many thanks to Dr. Randy Kidd, D.V.M., for his professional assistance with this booklet. Dr. Kidd is a past president of the American Holistic Veterinary Association and the author of Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Cat care (Storey Publishing, 2000).
Herbal Remedies – and Convincing Your Cat to Take Them
Finding the Right Dosage for Your Cat
10 Herbs to Know
Growing Your Own Herbs
I love these small books of wisdom clearly written by John and Martha Storey, who write and share their wisdom and knowledge given from their many years of Cat Care dedicated to their Puss Cats and their mission of Storey Communications is to serve their customers by publishing practical information that encourages personal independence in harmony with the environment. I hope you enjoy these small books as much me and my mummy & pappy do.