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10 Beautiful Household Plants That Are Toxic for Cats

Cats chewing on and eating plants is a natural behavior from the grass outside to your household plant life. It’s instinctual. So it’s imperative to know which houseplants are safe and which are toxic.  Toxicity can manifest as stomach issues such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. But can also cause fatal poisoning of your cat. … Read more

cat wondering if cat palm is safe for cats.

Is Cat Palm Safe for Cats… Are Cat Palms Toxic? (Answered)

Cat Palms (chamaedorea cataractarum), also known as Cataract Palms, are trendy houseplants and can be found in many people’s homes. You may assume that because of the plant’s name, it is suitable for cat owners!  But is this true? Is Cat Palm safe for cats? Spoiler alert; yes, they are safe for cats. However, we’ll … Read more

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Are Snake Plants Toxic to Cats? Safe or Poisonous? (Solved)

Snake plants or Mother-in-Law’s Tongues (Dracaena trifasciata, syn. Sansevieria trifasciata) are familiar and highly popular houseplants, decorating homes, offices, and indoor spaces everywhere. They are beloved for their easy care, striking looks, and reputation for improving air quality. But you may wonder, “are Snake plants toxic to cats?”. Let’s get right into it. Answered: Are … Read more

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Top 11 Gorgeous Houseplants Safe For Cats (With Pictures)

Inviting plants into the home has many benefits, including aesthetics and air quality. However, it’s essential to know which plants are toxic for feline consumption before bringing them into a cat-friendly home. So here are eleven beautiful houseplants safe for cats with pictures included. 1. Air Plants Air Plants or Tillandsia live purely on sunlight … Read more

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Are Pothos Toxic to Cats? Poisonous Plant Questions (Solved)

While certain types of plants and foliage may look nice in your home and on your property, some species can pose a danger to your beloved pets.  For example, the pothos plant (Golden pothos, Devil’s ivy, Ivy taro vine, Ivy arum, and its scientific name Epipremnum aureum) is a common beginner plant. However, it can be … Read more