CBD for Cats With Kidney Disease

Updated: Oct 21, 2019

Does your cat suffer from appetite loss, vomiting and a lack of energy due to kidney disease?


If so, you’re probably desperate for something to ease their symptoms. I know I was.


Well, what if I told you that CBD could help?


While it can’t directly treat kidney disease, CBD is helping many cats overcome their symptoms and enjoy a better quality of life.


Unfortunately, however, there's no cure for chronic kidney disease (CKD).


Instead, treatment is usually focused on minimising the symptoms of the condition and improving your cat’s overall quality of life.


That’s where CBD comes in.


CBD Can Help With Vomiting, Diarrhea, and Appetite Loss

A specialist renal diet is really important – these are specially formulated to support the kidney’s function (less phosphate and protein, to reduce the kidney’s workload, and more potassium). 

Gizzls medical CBD treats will help tremendously with stimulating a CKD cats appetite as this is crucial to their well-being. Gizzy’s appetite increased dramatically within days of me giving him medical cannabis oil. 


CBD will also curb nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea which are all symptoms that might affect your cat’s appetite, including stress, anxiety, or even digestive tract issues like IBS.


If your cat suffers from these symptoms as a result of kidney disease, I’d highly recommend trying Gizzls CBD treats. They've been specifically formulated by an animal nutritionist to suit a CKD kitty's restricted diet.


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The information contained herein is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, it is provided for educational purposes only. You assume full responsibility for how you choose to use this information. Always seek the advice of your vet before starting any new treatment or discontinuing an existing treatment. Talk with your vet about any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Nothing contained herein is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.