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We love Spring – But beware of poisonous plants for cats!

20 Mar 2019.


Spring flowers bring a welcome burst of colour into our homes at Easter. But they can also bring danger to our cats, especially inquisitive kittens. So please stay vigilant and keep your home feline-friendly.

Did you know that Easter Lilies for example, cause kidney failure which can be fatal to our fluffy friends?

So, which plants are toxic for cats? Currently the UK does not include cat care labelling to show which flowers and pot plants are poisonous plants for cats at home. However, The Pet Poison Helpline has a Top 10 Plants Poisonous to Pets, and the ASPCA has an extensive list of Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants. These include Easter favourites such as Tulips, Daffodils, Lilies and Crocus.

A list of plants you should avoid if you own a cat

Cat poisoned symptoms are often hard to tell, and can be mistaken for being shy or withdrawn. But look out for these common warning signs.

Symptoms of cat poisoning:

What to do if you think your cat has eaten a poisonous plant?

Do:

Don’t:

A list of cat safe plants
It’s not all doom and gloom, there are plenty of beautiful plants that are purrfectly safe for your kitty 🙂

Wishing you and your curious cats a happy and safe Easter!

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