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What diffuser oils are safe for cats

All diffuser oils are safe for cats. In fact, diffuser oils are used in a range of products designed especially for cats. Here are some examples:


Cat Scratching Posts

Puppy Bowls

Cat Trees


Clicker Training


Cat Mice Toys

Which diffuser oils are NOT safe for cats?

There are a few types of diffuser oils that should never be used on cats. Some of these oils are toxic to cats, and can cause severe skin irritations or even death. Here are the types of oils that should never be used on cats:

Cedar oil

Essential oils (not from a diffuser oil)

Peppermint oil

Pine Oil

Cup Plant

Catnip oil

Catmint oil

Catnip is a safe herb for cats. The other oils on this list can cause serious health problems for your cat.

Which diffuser oils are safe for dogs?

There are a few types of diffuser oils that are safe for dogs. These oils are generally safe for dogs, although they may cause minor health problems if they are ingested by your dog. Many of these oils are safe for dogs to use on themselves. Here are some examples:

Herb vital oils (such as Catnip, Chamomile, Frankincense, Lavender, Myrrh, and Rosemary)

Rosemary oil

Lavender oil

Cedarwood oil

Beeswax oil

Frankincense oil

Myrrh oil

Pine oil

Catnip oil is safe for dogs to use.

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