Often, pets have one “oddity” – they eat flowers and houseplants every now and then. Kittens do this more often because of a lack of vitamins or when the coat is dry, say the veterinarians. But such behavior may have a different task.
But why do this if the cat is okay? The fact is that cats, like dogs, are extremely sensitive to energy, and are able to instantly respond to changes in it. If the animal has friendly relations with the owner, then the pet will naturally try to protect its “own” person with negative energy. And even if it comes from outside in the form of a gift or a bouquet of flowers, the cats sense trouble for a mile away, and then they begin to fight it.
Yes, an unbridled desire to gnaw a flower is nothing more than a desire to protect the host from the harm of negativity. More often, a “conflict” occurs precisely with the flowers presented, for the cat is able to feel true negative intentions and emotions, if any, enclosed in the “living” gift. But it happens that the pet suddenly rushes on a houseplant, standing for years on the windowsill or in the corner of the room. And there is also a reason for this – it means it has begun to absorb the negative. It may be worth transplanting it or starting to care for it better, but it will be easiest to get rid of it. Before all the negativity leaves the plant, it will take a long time for the cat to exterminate it herself.