In Short... Keep the plants out of kitty's reach. This is by far the most effective step you can take to prevent your cat from eating your indoor plants—some of which may be toxic.
Why Do Some Cats Eat Plants?
Although cats are primarily carnivores, in the wild they also nibble on plants, for added nutrients or fiber, or perhaps just because they like the taste. We're not really sure. But young, tender vegetation seems to be their favorite.
In the home, cats sometimes eat houseplants out of boredom, or because they're attracted to the leaves fluttering in the air currents.
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