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Crystals for Cats

Cats are especially sensitive to subtle energies of crystal healing. Most people collect crystals simply due to the fact that they’re so beautiful and amazing to look at, but crystal healing is a healing technique that works through resonance which can help produce and attract certain desirable traits that can be beneficial to both you and your beloved kitty cat.

Crystals are beneficial for cats, as they are a very low-maintenance way of healing—

perfect for felines!. You can lay crystals on your cat to allow them to absorb positive energy from the stone, or you can set crystals near your cats to guard them against sickness and predators.

Think about where your cat tends to spend a lot of time. For example, if she tends to stay on windowsills, consider putting a few protective rocks there to prevent unwelcome visitors or accidents. You can also use crystals to redirect your cat’s energy or remove any evil auras from a pet that likes to travel outside the home.

Remember, cats are intuitive and will usually tell you what crystals they like to be around. Always listen to your animal and follow their lead. If your cat isn’t on board with the crystal work, it could derail things and waste valuable time.

Some general ideas for attracting your cats to crystals include the following.

  • Allow your cat to interact with the crystal on their own to see if they approve of it

  • Slowly incorporate crystals into spots your cat likes

  • Put tiny crystals on your cat’s collar or around their dishes for unobtrusive work

Avoid immersing crystals in your cat’s water dish because some of them can be poisonous to your feline friend. Instead, lay them around the water dish for the effects to work.

It is important to have a clear intention for the outcome you desire for your cats. Keeping a positive atmosphere throughout the household will help utilize the specific effects of certain crystals.

The following crystals have a track record of doing well for cats. However, since every cat is different, it’s a good idea to do a trial and error to see which one fits best with your furry buddy. It would help if you also made a decision based on what you want the crystal to do, as each has a different purpose.

Chevron Amethyst

This healing crystal is one of the best ones to have in your feline-friendly arsenal of tools. Chevron amethyst is a powerful stone that works to heal both stress and actual tangible pain in pets. For example, if your cat fears fireworks, bring out the Chevron amethyst before the Fourth of July celebrations. It will soothe them.

Chevron amethyst is a great stone to heal grief or loss. If your cat has recently undergone a big change, like losing a kitten or other feline friend, you can use Chevron amethyst to help them process and heal from their grief.


If your cat suffers from low confidence, some Howlite can help them feel better in no time. This crystal is synonymous with courage and can encourage your cat to be brave in the face of any obstacle. Howlite is an excellent stone to give a fearful cat, but it can also help keep both you and your cat safe. Scared cats are more likely to lash out, so if you’ve recently adopted a new best friend, it’s not a bad idea to expose them to Howlite to ease their trepidation and get your relationship started on the right foot.

Rose Quartz

If your cat has an abusive past, rose quartz may be what they need to feel better and accept their new home. This crystal is absolutely stellar for erasing very bad energy and fostering an environment of love and acceptance. Even if your cat doesn’t have an abusive past, it can still be a good idea to incorporate some rose quartz into her environment. Rose quartz is a beautiful crystal that you can put on your cat’s collar or lay around her food bowl.

Clear Quartz

Like rose quartz, clear quartz is impressive in its healing powers and is probably one of the most valuable crystals on our list. One of the other amazing things about clear quartz is that it can boost the power of other crystals, so it’s always a good idea to have some in your house in general. Clear Quartz goes with anything and everything, so give it a prominent decorative place in your home. You can also line the outside of your cat’s bowl and water dish with Clear Quartz and put a bit around their collar for maximum effect.

Black Tourmaline

This is a stone of purification, cleansing the emotional body of negative thoughts, anxieties, anger, or feelings of unworthiness. It stimulates the reflex points associated with the lower back, legs, ankles, and feet. Tourmaline is a marvelous tool for balancing the right/left hemispheres of the brain and bringing mental processes into alignment with the chakras and auric body. It diminishes fear and may be useful in treating paranoia.

Tiger’s Eye

Tiger’s Eye portrayed courage, integrity, and the right use of power. Tiger’s Eye warns against complacency and emboldens one to “step out of the box” in order to grow. Draw on Tiger’s Eye to boost willpower, emotional stability, and energy levels when working through lifestyle changes and health improvement routines. It promotes harmony between people with diverse viewpoints.


If your cat tends to be reasonably hyper, get them some sodalite. This crystal can tame even the most aggressive felines and help balance their energies properly, so they feel calm and relaxed in your presence. You’ll get the benefits of sodalite, too; your energy will be more in line with the cats and present good vibes in general.


Emerald was said to be Cleopatra's favorite crystal. It opens and nurtures the heart and the Heart Chakra. Its soothing energy provides healing to all levels of the being, bringing freshness and vitality to the spirit. Emerald imparts a wonderful rejuvenating quality and is thought to combat aging. It is a crystal of the heart, alleviating heaviness in the emotional field and nourishing the aura with an energy of hope, encouragement, gentleness, and abundance.

Other crystals for cats:

  • Smokey Quartz

  • Citrine

  • Carnelian

  • Blue Lace Agate

  • Amber

  • Hematite


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