Herbs

Products made by The Cat Bowl are 'all natural' and home-made.  We use human-grade meat (unless stated) and organically grown herbs.  Before any herb is used by The Cat Bowl, it is researched to ensure it is safe for cat and dog consumption. The Cat Bowl sources organically grown herbs from Australian companies. 

Cat Nip

CAT NIP (botanical name: Nepeta Cataria)

The Cat Bowl sources Australian grown organic cat nip.  Fresh/dried cat nip can elicit a state of euphoria in cats.  Approx. two-thirds of felines elicit behavioural responses when exposed to cat nip.  Dried cat nip that has been dehydrated with meat may not elicit such behavioural responses in your cat, however the treat will still have an attractive smell that will be enjoyed by your cat.

Cat Nip is safe for cats and dogs to consume*

Cat Nip may:
·        stimulate appetite
·        aide digestion
·        help calm nervous animals
·        encourage restful sleep
·        support the gastrointestinal system

Dandelion

DANDELION leaf and root (botanical name: Taraxacum officinale)

The Cat Bowl sources certified organic dandelion leaf and root from an Australian company that promotes the network of ethical growers who provide responsibly sourced herbs, healthy for people and planet alike.

Dandelion leaf and root is safe for cats and dogs to consume*

Dandelion may:

·        help dogs with gas
·        help digestion and kidney function
·        stimulate appetite
·        encourage beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract
·         promote healthy digestion
·        support liver function and detoxification
·        improve tooth enamel
·        support the cardiovascular system
·        promote healthy teeth and bones
·        help maintain stable blood sugar levels
·        help remove toxins from the body via the kidneys
·        may help with feline allergies

Rosemary

ROSEMARY (botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis)

The Cat Bowl grows its own rosemary in our home garden.  It is pesticide free.

Resarch shows that rosemary is non-toxic to cats and dogs and feeding the right amount to your pets can help them.*

Rosemary may:

·        improve digestion
·        protect your pets due to antioxidants
·        fight infections due to its antibacterial, antifungal & antiseptic properties
·        reduce inflammation and swelling
·        protect and improve eyesight
·        improve skin and coat health



* all herbs, whether consumed by humans, cats or dogs, should be eaten in small quantities


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