According to the Hawthorne Clinic –
“The upper oral dose limit for CBD products recommended by veterinarian Dr. Robert Silver is around 1 mg/kg/day orally, but one should start with a much smaller fraction of this dose such as 0.05 mg/kg/day…Once the pet has received the same dose over about one week without undesired effects, the pet has developed a tolerance, and the dose can be gradually increased.”
As you are beginning with the lowest possible dose, Blue Moon’s 250 mg CBD tincture would be the product of choice. And what about your cats? Every mammal, even cats, has an endocannabinoid system. However, some animals, like dogs, have more receptors than humans. Cats are highly sensitive to human drugs and care should be taken with CBD oils. “CBD on the other hand is very well tolerated at high doses and can be used safely in most animals”, (Bergamaschi, et al. 2011). CBD oils can help cats with a myriad of conditions, such as seizures. As with dogs, begin with a drop of low dose CBD, watered down and mixed with food, steadily increasing the dose until a desired effect is detected. (This might take a while so be patient). Tasty tuna flavor your cat will love.