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Please be aware that reed diffusers can cause chemical burns in cats. Im writing this story as a warning to cat owners who use reed diffusers to scent the air. Mar 21, 2018 Cats And Essential Oil Diffuser Discussion in 'Cat Health' started by Animal Freak, Dec 26, 2017. Hi @Animal Freak I'm a distributor for an essential oil company and have two cats. Using an ultrasonic diffuser puts scented water molecules into the air, so oil is actually diluted.

Atomizing diffusers with nebulizers put pure essential oil Reed Diffuser has proven to be the most effective way to add scents to our living space; it is a safe, flamefree home fragrance solution with bright, vibrant scents. Simply place reed sticks and pour scented oil into diffuser bottle. Magnetic essential oil locket diffuser with Universal Smartphone Car Air Vent Mount Holder Cradle 360 Rotation Compatible with iPhone X 8 8 Plus Samsung Galaxy and more (cat paw prints) A veterinarian recently posted photos of their office cat who, unbeknownst to anyone, had knocked over their reed diffuser and then laid in the spilled oil.

It was cinnamon essential oil. Once the staff realized the cat had made a mess, they thoroughly cleaned the oil from her side and belly.

Reed diffusers extremely dangerous to cats Cats Health, Safety Tips for Cats, tips for adopters This is the story of Dewey, an office cat who knocked over a reed diffuser and got severe chemichal burns in part of his belly and hind legs from the liquid in the reed diffuser.

Mar 06, 2014  Many liquid potpourri and reed diffuser products contain essential oils and detergentsalso called cationicsthat can cause central nervous system depression as well as gastrointestinal irritation, including drooling, loss of appetite, and in severe cases, oral burns or ulceration of the gastrointestinal tract.

A woman has shared horrifying pictures of her burned face to raise awareness of the dangers of oil diffusers, after she was accidentally sprayed in the face at her home on Bonfire Night. Claim: Photograph shows a cat burned by the spillage of a cinnamon reed diffuser. Dec 01, 2014 We got a Christmas scented reed diffuser it sits on our dining table, are the fumes of reed diffusers toxic to cats im really worried I love my cat to pieces In case anyone else cares, cinnamaldehyde has a concentration of about 0.

5 in most of the places we eat it. By my rough calculations, a typical diffuser (25 essential oil, 75 base) with essential oil from cinnamon (90 cinnamaldehyde) would have a concentration of 22.

5 cinnamaldehyde (or 45 times stronger than it is in foods). Spilled Reed Diffuser Harms Cat? 28 January 2014 A story about feline chemical burns from a reed diffuser is a genuine account. Real medical case or hoax?