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Lilies and Cats


Do you ladies know Lilies are toxic to cats?

Another cat has died from this in the UK and they are now talking about putting warning labels on Lilies. My sister were mocking owners who didn't know, saying it wasn't 'responsible'

But to my mind if it saves even one pet, it's a small and worthwhile change to pop on a label.

What are your thoughts on this?
Feb 02, 2016 @ 01:09 pm

6 Replies



After getting cats the first thing I did was research what plants and flowers were bad for my cats because I had indoor plants ,its too bad that all pet owners knew more about what is bad for their pets,as far as putting warning labels I think it's a great idea
Feb 02, 2016 @ 01:29 pm

Great idea

I did the same! But honestly...I think some people just don't even think, until the worst happens. And I'd rather protect the animals.
Feb 02, 2016 @ 01:34 pm


I didn't know about lilies since I don't own a cat, but I've made sure to place poinsettias out of reach from my dog during the holidays. They're poisonous for dogs, not sure about cats though.
Feb 02, 2016 @ 02:16 pm


Poinsettas are for both, I believe!
Feb 02, 2016 @ 02:23 pm


I know now. Never ever gonna have those flowers in my house anymore.
Jun 06, 2022 @ 04:15 am
emilia hernes


It is not only flowers or chemicals which can be harmful for cats. There are a lot of food products which can harm your furry friend. https://www.catfoodpoint.com/can-cats-eat-popcorn/ that is an interesting reading about cats and pop corn for example. On that website you can also fin articles about different food brands, health issues some cats might experience and the way to deal with them.
Jun 06, 2022 @ 04:19 am

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