- Easter Lillies– Lillies may look beautiful, but most Lillies are highly toxic to cats. Even a small bit ingested can kill.
- Plastic “grass”– Those crinkly strings, if ingested, can create intestinal blockage, which could lead to surgery or death. Paper grass is a much safer alternative.
- Chocolate– We love it, but ingredients in chocolate are very harmful to cats.
For more information, please click here to go to the Cornell University’s Feline Health Center webpage on Easter dangers for cats.
Have a safe and happy Easter. For questions or more information, be sure to contact your cat’s veterinarian.