Cat safe plants: which plants are not cat-safe

cat safe plants

Which plants in your garden are not cat safe?

One of the main concerns of cat owners is the amount of wreck a cat can havoc in a bathroom or anywhere in the house. Or, how many tumblers will he drop this time, or how many plants will he go on and turn into dust in the backyard. If you have plants inside, you must be able to make the environment cat safe. Here you will find of dangerous or cat safe plants.

It is not that easy to train a cat to go against his instincts the way you can do with a dog. One of the things that the cat will easily do is to destroy your garden. In this garden, he might encounter toxins that are not good for him and that can even prove to be fatal.

Make your garden cat safe

The first thing you should do to keep your garden cat safe is to learn which plants are poisonous to him. You do not want to inadvertently poison your furry companion. Just for you to have an idea, the following is a list of plants that are toxic to cats (and dogs). We do recommend you investigate what plants in your area can be toxic as well.

  • Aloe Vera
  • Golden Pothos
  • Red-edged Dracaena
  • Rubber Plant
  • Spathiphyllum
  • Asparagus Fern
  • Sansevieria
  • Dragon Tree
  • Florist’s Chrysanthemum
  • Weeping fig

Cat safe plants for your pets

There are plants that you can either have in your yard or keep at home to detoxify. We will assume that you have your cat inside your home and that you also want to keep nice plants. Your cat will probably be too curious about your plant, so it is best to avoid those that could be harmful to him.

The list of cat safe plants that can also detoxify your house are:

  • Money plant
  • Areca Palm
  • Spider plant
  • Lilyturf
  • Dwarf Date Palm
  • Barberton Daisy
  • Boston fern

All of the above can make a nice home decoration without risking your cat´s life. Here in Dogalize we have tips, tricks, and updated information on cats and everything related to them. Visit us to learn more.