Is there a coconut oil that can be applied to the skin of a cat?
I have 2 Ragdoll cats. they both have sensitive stomachs. Almost impossible to change diet and they will not touch anything added to the diet. One has developed an itch in two or three places and will not leave it alone, there are no fleas and the cats are indoor only. They constantly clean themselves or each other, But the biting itch is new. I suspect the "itch" is because of too much grooming.
I know you can use coconut oil on dogs so I don't see why you couldn't use it on your cats as well. Good luck.
Do some research on mixing a drop of thyme oil into the coconut oil. Read up on how strong thyme is and all of its benefits so you do not use too much.
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