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Article: Toxic Plants of the Winter Holidays, from a Veterinary Perspective: Yahoo! one less thing to worry me☺

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posyblossom
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

December 12, 2007
5:55 PM

Post #4288039

That clears that up for now.Thank You! I have been worrying about some plants being toxic 'cause I am not so sure my cat has figured out if it tastes bad,don't eat or drink it. Now, about that pic of you Geoff, that has me a bit worried.You haven't been eating any toxic greenery lately, I hope;>(
Happy Holidays!

palmbob

palmbob
Acton, CA
(Zone 8b)


December 12, 2007
7:57 PM

Post #4288395

I will write another article in the spring.. .Lilies ARE true and highly toxic plants for cats, so those are the ones you really need to be careful of.

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