Is Olive Oil good for cats ?

What effects does olive oil have on our beloved felines and how to give it to them in a pleasant way? Here’s what happens if we give the cat olive oil.

Foods that are good for cats and improve their health? Among these can not absolutely miss the olive oil for cats. In fact, the benefits of this food are innumerable, but it is equally important to give it to him in the best way. Let’s see what are the effects on the functioning of the biological rhythm and many other benefits for his health. Maybe we could start by improving our nutrition and extend these changes to our beloved domestic feline.

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But why give a cat olive oil? First of all, it is not an unpleasant food on his palate, so we will not have to force him to take it. It will be for its savory taste or for its freshness, the cat loves to eat its baby food seasoned with olive oil. And in addition there are many positive sides: let’s see what they are.

  • Stimulates the appetite: especially with the onset of age, there can be problems in feeding the cat.
  • Antioxidant: olive oil contains polyphenols, vitamin E and chlorophyll. They improve the immune system of the kitten and adult cat.
  • Contains monounsaturated fats: they help prevent cardiovascular disease and diabetes in cats, because they burn and metabolize fats. So olive oil is of great help for overweight cats.
  • Moisturizes: the results will be seen in a hair that is healthier to the touch and brighter to the eye.
  • Limit constipation: if the cat does not get enough fiber or its digestive system has problems functioning well, olive oil can ‘unblock’ the intestinal situation.
  • No bad breath: against cat’s bad breath, olive oil manages to keep a fresh taste in the mouth.
  • It soothes irritated skin: in case of allergies and dermatitis, let’s try dipping a cotton swab in olive oil and passing it on the injured part. The results will be evident.
  • Prevents ear infections: when the mites settle inside the cat’s ears they can give rise to more or less serious infections and irritations. Also in this case the direct contact of the part with the olive oil soothes the wound and reduces the risk of infection.

How to give your cat olive oil

But how can we make him eat this precious food? In reality we will not have to try to find who knows what strange device to administer it secretly: it will be enough to season his baby food with a tablespoon of oil for at least three times a week. Of course, in croquettes that are already dry it will be ideal, but we don’t necessarily have to give up seasoning wet food as well. We give this attempt, but we’re pretty sure the cat will appreciate it!

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