This is a question about cats.
Lemongrass is a plant that has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. It can be found in tea, essential oils, and even as a food additive. Lemongrass is not bad for cats, but it does have some side effects.
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Can cats inhale lemongrass?
No, cats cannot inhale lemongrass.
Is lemongrass harmful to pets?
No, lemongrass is not harmful to pets.
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Why is my cat eating lemongrass?
This is a difficult question. I cannot answer this without more information, such as what type of cat you have and where it is located. Please provide me with more information so that I may help you better.
Do cats like lemongrass scent?
Cats do not like the smell of lemongrass.
Lemongrass is a plant that is used as cat grass and can be found in many stores. The plant contains oils that are toxic to cats, so it’s important to know if the plant is bad for your feline friend. Reference: cat grass vs lemongrass.
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