Incense And Cats

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Incense And Cats

I really love to burn incense, but I’ve seen a bit online about it not being safe for cats’ respiratory systems. I will absolutely forgo my incense if it would hurt my …
I often burn incense and my cats have never had any problems with it. At most, they might come close once to check it out, but the heat and scent usually causes …
Firstly, cats as well as other pets do tend to be sensitive to smoke and being around incense may well cause irritation to their lungs, possibly worsening asthma or other breathing related conditions they may have.
Jasmine is a great example of a scent which, in All forms, can affect ANY Cat in a bad way. For some reason the Oils and scent given off by this Plant, Incense or …
If your cat is the type who becomes skittish when you’re not home, the laundry basket may start to look like a really safe spot. Skip the oils, candles and incense …
The cats don’t bother with it thankfully, but I keep a watchful eye on it when I have one going.
The Babylonians and Assyrians may have burned them as incense … Use of frankincense for dogs and cats has focused on the essential oil …
Many air fresheners have chemicals or other ingredients harmful to cats; here are alternatives.
The American Veterinary Medical Association cautions cat owners to watch out for these signs of essential oil poisoning in their pets.
smelly cat… what are they feeding you? Sometimes our adorable kitties can be a little smelly, especially around the litter box. To ensure you and …
In general, this is one of the reasons that people use incense. Incense … Some incense contains catnip, palo santo, or other ingredients that cats will seek out.

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