Pet Danger – Cats are Curious

As Spring arrives and certain flowers become readily available, we rush to buy lilies, tulips, azaleas, and daffodils to herald the coming of a new season.  These flowers are also commonly used in Easter baskets, vases and bulb forcers.  It should be noted they are highly toxic to cats.  Even small amounts of lilies can cause severe kidney failure. As we have noted on the Cat Dangers page there are also dangers hidden in the most common of house plants like Sago palms, azaleas and rhododendrons can even cause coma and death.  Tulips and daffodils can cause stomach problems seizures and heart damage.  Please take heed!

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