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Your first 2 pics look like the leaves are curling from Mite damage and the Cherub looks like Cats. Check under your leaves for tiny worms and smoosh'em! BT works great on worms of any kind and for the mites I use Neem oil. Spray plants in the evening so you don't burn the leaves. Be sure to get the top and underside of every leaf! The neem will only kill the adult mites so you will have to reapply to kill the hatching babys.
I hope this helps!