AnimalEO Litteroma KidneyCat

AnimalEO Litteroma KidneyCat

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Part of the Litteroma series – KidneyCat is specially formulated for those cats who need additional support of their Renal System.  Just add to the litter box – it couldn’t be easier.  Read how below!

Litteroma for your Diffuser!

These blends lend themselves beautifully to targeted support of body systems, or the entire body!  Whether dog, cat, or exotic – these neat blends can be diffused in your home for added layers of benefits!

Directions for Use

Start with unscented kitty litter – staying within the same brand that you currently use is often advisable.  Add 1-3 drops of your chosen animalEO essential oil single or blend to 1 cup of baking soda – store this mixture within a glass jar, and allow it to “marinade” and blend overnight, shaking the mixture several times.  Later, you may find you can add more essential oil drops to this recipe.  Starting with a small portion (maybe 1 Tablespoon) – sprinkle the baking soda mixture onto your kitty litter.  Mix well.  Provide a separate litter box that does not contain essential oils, to make sure that your cat does not have an aversion to the essential oil that was selected.  Once you are sure your cat is using the litter box with your oil selection and concentration, you can then omit the use of the “plain” litter box.  Each time you scoop, you can sprinkle a bit more Litteroma into your box to freshen it up!


Loaded with oils that help support the Renal (Kidneys) and Urologic Systems.  Litteroma KidneyCat is perfect support for cats with a diagnosis of Kidney disease, Urinary issues, Kidney or Bladder stones and crystals, Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder (FLUTD), and more.  Juniper has long been used to support the Kidneys and urinary tract – and has been reported to enhance glomerular filtration, Copaiba supports the resolution of inflammation that is so common in every disorder, Frankincense magnifies other oils as well as is researched for anti-tumor properties.  Grapefruit supports and balances normal fluid movement and diuresis, however is not over active for those cats who are already urinating too much.  Laurus nobilis is known as a Liver and Kidney tonic.  Marjoram can aid with muscle spasm in the urinary tract, German Chamomile is noted for help with urinary stones and ureter inflammation, Geranium also has balancing diuretic properties while supporting emotions and normal hemostasis (blood clotting).  Cedarwood is antiseptic and diuretic in action, and has been known to be beneficial in the treatment of kidney and bladder disorders – especially infections and cystitis.  Rosemary Verbenone Chemotype is a milder form of Rosemary but still carries Rosemary’s benefits of aiding in the elimination from Kidneys as well as balancing diuresis and circulation support.  Fennel has been used traditionally to treat high uric acid levels and stones along with general bladder irritation.  Helichrysum (again as my favorite oil) lends its many healing properties, and finally Catnip, as mentioned above.  

The easy and artful way to expose your feline friends to essential oils!

I developed this technique after observing my outdoor cats using pine needles as their “litter box.”  I began to realize all of the wonderful ways that animals would naturally expose themselves to essential oils in the “wild,” and Litteroma was born.  Litteroma is possibly one of the easiest methods in which to expose cats to the health benefits of essential oils.  It not only replaces the toxic fragrances found in commercial kitty litter, but offers a way to provide preventive and continued health benefits from essential oils on a regular basis.


Essential Oils of Juniper (Juniperus communis), Copaiba (Copaifera officinalis), Frankincense (Boswellia carterii), Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi), Laurus nobilis, Marjoram (Origanum majorana), German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita), Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica), Rosemary-V (Rosmarinus officinalis Verbenone Chemotype), Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Helichrysum (H. italicum), Catnip (Nepeta cataria)