Are Cats Poisoned by Hydrangeas?

How to Prevent Cat Poisoning from Hydrangeas

Although hydrangeas can provide a splash of color and beauty to your yard or indoor space, keeping them there may be dangerous if your cats are also there. If you have hydrangea plants in your house or garden, put them somewhere your cat can’t get to them. This can entail keeping them behind closed doors or putting them on tall shelves. Even better, take into consideration using cat-safe plants in your house or garden.

Cats may also be poisonous to other plants, not only hydrangeas. Make sure to conduct your study on additional popular indoor and outdoor plants that might be dangerous to pets and keep them out of the reach of children and pets. If your cat spends time outside, keep a tight eye on them and keep them away from any potentially harmful plants. Consider relocating your cat indoors to ensure their safety. To provide your cat with safe outside experiences, you can set one up or teach it to utilize a leash and harness.

Make sure you always have your veterinarian’s and a nearby emergency animal hospital’s contact information handy in case of an emergency.

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