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Do cats like the smell of rosemary? Rosemary
Another smell that most cats avoid is the common garden herb rosemary. Rosemary keeps cats away for two reasons: it has a strong smell that is too pungent for cats’ sensitive noses, and it has a rough texture that cats won’t like brushing up against.
Why does my cat love rosemary? Your cat loves it because rosemary acts as a natural flea repellant, too! However, it’s important to also note that the strong scent of rosemary can be too powerful for some cats. That’s why it is often used as a cat repellent as well.
Is rosemary harmful to cats and dogs? Rosemary
Rosemary is not a favorite herb of most pets, but it’s safe for cats and dogs. Although consuming too much of the herb can cause stomach problems, most pets will ignore the aromatic plant or merely take a small nibble.
Are rosemary and thyme toxic to cats? What about herbs and vegetables? As far as we know, most herbs—your rosemary, thyme, basil and dill—are safe for cats and dogs, but there is one that frequently colors a person’s garden that can cause a sometimes severe—and definitely strange— illness.