2023 Author: Alex Livingston | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Today we talk about the cats and plants in the same house, a coexistence that may be possible, as long as some are followed rules.
Quite often, the owners of felines they give up their passion for the green thumb for the sake of their four-legged friend. Nothing more wrong!
Not only are there plants that are perfectly compatible with the presence of cats in the house, but there are some that can be really good for them.
The makeup, of course, it is knowing what we do and being well informed. In fact, there are also some plants that can be dangerous for your four-legged friends.
Where to start? Obviously, from the favorite plant of all cats. Let's talk about catnip, a truly indispensable plant in the homes of cat owners.
But, as mentioned, if we talk about green fingers, catnip is definitely not enough. So what are the plants that go well with living with cats at home?
The Banana it is certainly one of them. It is a beautiful and also very useful plant, thanks to its powers of air purification. It has very strong and sturdy stems and it is really difficult for a feline to be able to ruin it.
Obviously, the plants to hang are highly recommended. Beautiful and with an excellent scenographic effect, their elevated position will make them difficult to reach, even by the most agile cats.
But what are, on the contrary, the plants to avoid? The Christmas Star, one of the number one enemies of all pets. Via also the cyclamen and the thrush, plants that can really be poisonous for your four-legged friend.
Also to be avoided the oleander, the holly, the rhododendron and the primroses which, in some cases, can cause stroke problems gastrointestinal felines.
In short, the passion for cats can go very well with that for the green thumb, as long as you act get informed.
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