Many of us love the company of plants in our home. They add a bit of color and life to our windows and help to keep the air we breathe clean. Many of us, however, also enjoy the company of cats. A lot. Unfortunately, many houseplants that you find can be toxic to cats, some more so than others. So, are we cat lovers never meant to become plant moms or dads?
Of course not!
Here are 10 houseplants that are in fact considered safe around cats.
It’s important to remember that any plant (even grass) has a chance to cause vomiting or gastrointestinal upset if ingested. The ASPCA advises that plants and cats should be monitored, even if they won’t need a vet visit, around your plants for excessive nibbling. It will keep your cat (and your plants!) healthier and happier.
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All cats, no matter what shape, size, or even breed they might be share the same capacity to give and be loved (even if this may look different from cat to cat). The same is true for cats who might need a little extra love and patience. That’s why special needs cats deserve to have just as much love as their fellow ‘normal’ cats!
Check out just some of the reasons why special needs cats truly rock.
Kitty Kasas and One Of A Kind Pet Rescue are partnering up for Adopt A Shelter Cat Month 2022!
In addition to a rescue donation, we've given One Of A Kind Pet Rescue 5 Kitty Kasas Standard Bedrooms and 5 Kitty Kasas beds to give out to the first 5 adopters of cats for the month of June. Check it out!
Trying to figure out ways to incorporate your Kitty Kasas into your home? Thanks to their modern and modular design coming in a range of different colors, Kitty Kasas can fit in with virtually any decor.
From mid-century modern to bohemian, we're sharing how your Kitty Kasas can be a fun, functional part of your home - no matter the design you're going for!