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You may think that cats and holiday celebrations don’t mix. But with a little forethought, you can have a festive home this holiday season while keeping your cat(s) safe.
When decorating and entertaining, keep the following in mind:
As our thoughts turn to spring, our thoughts also naturally turn to flowers. But many plants that are common this time of year — particularly Easter flowers — are highly toxic to dogs and cats.
Lillies in particular are extremely poisonous to cats, as even exposure to a few pollen particles can be hazardous. Other toxic springtime plants include tulip bulbs, crocuses, daffodils, carnations and baby’s breath. If you have pets in your household, avoid having these plants in your home, or keep them in a location where you are certain your pet(s) can’t reach them.
In the winter months, cat owners and those who care for outdoor cats need to be aware of cold-weather dangers so they can keep their cats safe…
For indoor cats…
Trap-neuter-return, or TNR, is the practice of managing feral cat colonies by trapping the cats, spaying/neutering them, and returning them to the colony. In this way, they can live out their lives in the colony, yet they are not reproducing.
If you know of or manage a feral cat colony, you can use the following resources to help implement a trapping program or help care for the colony: