Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants for Pets

I came across this today when I wanted to look up a plant to see if it is toxic to my cats and low and behold it is! It’s called a Florida Beauty Additional Common Names: Gold Dust Dracaena, Spotted Dracaena. It was given to me as a gift for volunteering at my daughter’s school. I love the plant but my kitties tend to chew on my house plants at night when they are prowling around.

I liked the fact that they not only tell you what is toxic and non-toxic to pets but they have photos of the plants and there common names that I’m more familiar with than the scientific names. I urge you to please check it out if you have house plants or plants that you have brought in from the cold. http://www.aspca.org/Pet-care/poison-control/Plants.aspx Courtesey of ASPCA

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