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As winter descends, many of us crave the splashes of life and color that only houseplants can provide. We enjoy looking at these precious blooms, taking comfort in their growth. Image Credit: Tommy Miles. Before you can protect your pets, you need to know the culprits. There are hundreds of plants commonly found in homes and gardens that are considered toxic for pets.
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Houseplant Cat Deterrents: Protecting Houseplants From Cats

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How To Protect Pets From Toxic House Plants - Dave's Garden

Many cats see plants as a source of food and fun. Some may even consider plants a litter box. These are all normal behaviors for cats, especially if they are always indoors. But these habits may become annoying to you and could kill your plants. Deterring your cats and distracting their attention can keep your plants safe from the curious paws of kitty. An alternative to covering the dirt with rocks is to place a plastic or wire screen around your plant. Since cats are sensitive to smell, you might also be able to deter it by spraying your plants with pine, lemon, or eucalyptus oil.
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How To Protect Pets From Toxic House Plants

Felines are innately curious, which means that protecting houseplants from cats can be a major challenge. Read on for helpful tips on how to protect indoor plants from cats, as well as a list of houseplants cats will leave alone probably! Protecting houseplants from cats is largely a matter of trial and error, and the following tips may or may not work for you and your kitty. Chunks of citrus peels on the surface of the soil are often effective houseplant cat deterrents. Arrange a few large rocks in pots, with the rough edges facing up.
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It's natural to worry that having plants might harm your pets since there are so many poisonous ones out there, but fear not! There are lots of non-toxic ones that won't harm your curious critters if they take a little nibble. Of course, ingesting any plant material could still give them an upset stomach, so keep an eye on them like the good pet parent you are and make sure they're not chowin' down on an entire plant for dinner. If you're thinking, "OK, sure, these plants are pet-friendly, but I also don't get much sunlight!
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