Other oils that I am of the understanding are not cat friendly, many due to phenols and eugenols, I believe:
Cinnamon and Cassia (Cassia is what most people think of as cinnamon in America, but it can cause major health issues if eaten in quantity, and in at least one country, where cinnamon rolls are eaten regularly, they have to use the other cinnamon now in their bakeries, not cassia.)
Tea Tree (may be called: Melaleuca.)
I've also come across Roman Chamomile, Vetiver, and Pennyroyal as being unfriendly to pets in oils.
I am sure on a few of these, and others make a lot of sense, but can't guarantee others to be unhealthy. I would rather be safe than sorry, and proven wrong down the road on an oil, though, as I said.
The same goes for the 'okay to use' list. I understand the following to be okay for cats, but don't know it as a fact:
My other thoughts are:
That we need to be especially careful with young animals, as in puppies and kittens, elderly pets, pets with respiratory problems, or other health problems, pregnant animals, and cats with liver problems, etc.
I'm sure that I will think of something else later!
Hope this helps!
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