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Posted by txilar on October 18, 2002 at 18:19:34:

In reply to: My experience posted by Lelia on October 18, 2002 at 17:58:23:

Aren't you nice! I've heard the bitter apple spray is really good for
keeping cats away. I mean, if they stay away from it, I'd guess
that's okay. Do read the article- I was really surprised by it. I had
no clue that cats were *so* different from humans. Just illustrates
the point that essential oils are POTENT CHEMICALS you know? I think
sometimes people just aren't aware of the that.

My Marley has gotten pretty good about not eating things that he
shouldn't.. of course, the time he decided to snack on the
artificials did leave me wondering about his mental state!!

peac,
txilar

: : Essential oils are VERY unhealthy for cats. They cannot
metabolise
: : the oils properly and have a hard time ridding their bodies of
the
: : chemicals. They can inhale them, just like we do and this can be
: bad
: : too for the cat if they inhale large amounts. (large amounts
being
: : somewhat subjective as cats have a far more advanced smelling
: system
: : than we!)
:
: Txilar your such a wise women I'de love to meet you someday!!!
:
: As for the cat thing. I played with dultion of the e oil in olive
oil
: (or jojaba or almond which have less of their own scent.) I started
: with a two percent dilution (6-10 drops in 1 oz of oil) That was
: actually enough to keep my cat of my plants (I rubbed a bit on the
: outside of the pot) I'm sure it'll probably work on toesys too!!
:
: hope this helps. Lelia

 


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