7. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is rich in anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation in the bladder.
Also, being highly nutritious, coconut oil is good for your pet’s overall health.
- Add ¼ to ½ teaspoon of cold-pressed coconut oil to your cat’s food.
- Another option is to put a pea-sized amount of coconut oil onto your cat’s paw for him to lick off.
8. Couch Grass
Couch grass is an herb that contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help lessen the pain that cats with cystitis experience during urination.
Also, the herb’s diuretic properties induce urination in cats. This is helpful because the greater the frequency of urination, the faster the condition will be resolved.
- Cats love to eat couch grass with relish. If this herb is available in your area, then you must feed it to your cat.
- You can also boil the leaves and add the solution to your cat’s drinking water.