Hi, I can help you with your question today.
As with most anything, dose will determine toxicity.
Even water can be toxic if you drink enough of it!
Give me a few moments to check into each individual ingredient.
Off the top of my head, I think all of these are safe in the small quantity they would be in contact with.
I will check to be certain for you though.
Can you email me when you know?
Stupid timing on my part, but I need to be somewhere...
You can come back to this chat at any point.
Don't worry! And you can post back additional questions later if you think of something else.
Typo in my question - meant to say, "kiss my cats on their heads", not "kid"...
I figured :)
Thank you :) Will check back later.
I have your answer already :)
I checked into each one individually, and the only one that could pose a problem would be the rosemary leaf oil.
Would you recommend I stop using it then?
In large quanities we could see acute GI upset or seizures, chronic ingestion of large amounts could cause renal failure.
No, the small amount that they are exposed to should be no problem.
You are using a small quantity of the oil, which is only a small percentage of the rosemary oil.
Thank you so much - you've put my mind at ease :)
Then an even smaller amount may be transferred to your cat, and they may groom some of it off and swallow it.
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You too! Thanks very much!