Easter Lilies- Poisonous To Your Cat

Easter Lilies- Poisonous To Your Cat

 I will never buy an Easter Lily again even though I love them and everyone in my family loves them.  But according to the ASPCA and FDA, Easter Lilies can cause the following symptoms: vomiting, loss of appetite, lethargy, kidney failure and death is a possible too. 
 Easter Lilies- Poisonous To Your Cat

Easter Lilies- Poisonous To Your Cat

The FDA says the entire plant is poisonous including the pollen. FDA warns that if you suspect your cat has ingested any of the lily (not just Easter Lilies), call your vet immediately. Even the pollen if they brush against it can be hazardous. And it could be just a few grains of pollen licked off their fur.

Dogs may have gastrointestinal issues but nothing life threatening.

If Easter Lilies-Poisonous to Your Cat. Why have it in your home? The list includes Tiger, Asiatic, Day and Japanese Show Lilies. Lily of the Valley is toxic too.

Need a Pet Sitter while you vacation or work all day? Call Trinity Pet Sitters LLC at 727-359-9518.

You might like to read Keep Your Pets Safe Over The Fourth of July.

Or perhaps you would like to join us at Trinity Pets Yappy Hour at Varsity Club Trinity.  Trinity Pet Sitters LLC and Toni Weidman, Sailwinds Realty help local Rescue Groups and you can have dinner with your pets.  

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Toni and Craig Weidman and Shayna,  our cat.
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Easter Lilies- Poisonous To Your Cat

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Author: Toni Weidman

Experience Counts! I have been selling homes in West Pasco and Pinellas counties-Florida for over 25 years. Craig & I run Trinity Pets Yappy Hour for animal rescues. And a Broker-associate with Sailwinds Realty, Trinity. Craig and I run Trinity Pet Sitters LLC.