Keep Your Cats Indoors on Halloween! (and IMHO, all of the time!)

October 31, 2017- This article is from our friends at Peta.com about how to keep your animals safe and happy this Halloween. Please remember to keep your cats indoors, ESPECIALLY if you have a black cat! This is imperative to the safety of your beloved feline because let’s face it, people can be cruel and horrible. Click on the link below for tips to enjoy Halloween with your pets!

https://www.peta.org/living/companion-animals/keep-animals-safe-happy-halloween/

The picture on the right is my very own majestic, black cat! 🙂

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Plants Toxic to Cats…

With Easter just around the corner this post is quite important. Guests who will be joining the festivities may bring  a gift of flowers that pose hidden dangers for our feline friends. Here’s a list of plants that are know to be toxic to cats (please note that this list is not completely comprehensive and there may be plants on the list that are toxic but perhaps overlooked):

  • Amaryllis
  • Autumn Crocus
  • Azaleas and Rhododendrons
  • Castor Bean
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Cyclamen
  • English Ivy
  • Kalanchoe
  • LILIES
  • Oleander
  • Peace LILY
  • Pothos
  • Spanish Thyme
  • TULIP & NARCISSUS
  • Yew

If you need more information please ask your veterinarian. Also if your pet does consume toxic plants, get IMMEDIATE care!

Have a wonderful Easter weekend and lets keep our furry friends safe!

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These tulips may look beautiful but they are toxic to cats…