I love plants and have several Silk hanging plants, as I have heard that plants are not good for cats. But I would prefer the real ones. Besides I understand that they also keep oxygen in the air. I do have some places where I can put them up really high, but would love to have one of those tree plants in the corner. Let me know what you think. Thanks.
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Linda from The Big Apple
How about a hanging spider plant. If the cat reaches it though be prepared for a number of bites from the leaves. They love these plants and sometimes I just take a leaf off and leave it for my cat to chew on.
These plants look beautiful and help to clean the air in your home.
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I have a brick planter on my back porch, it gets very little light. I want to put plants there, but I have a great friend, my cat, and I don't want to make him sick with "bad" plants.Please suggest plants I could use. He chews sometimes.
Here's a great resource for finding out what is and what isn't poisonous for your cat.