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    A cactus is not toxic for cats if they ingest it. Unlike most houseplants that have dangerous elements that could hurt your cat, this plant is harmless.

    A cat has been captured on video while trying to eat a cactus and rubbing its head against its needles.

    The cat appears to be enjoying it, scratching itself against the plant. According to veterinarians, when a cat rubs its face on an item, it leaves its scent behind. This helps the cat imprint its scent on an object, be it the edge of a table, a chair, the corner of a wall, or a cactus in a pot.

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