Just this past week, a co-worker had to take his cat for emergency care after she got into an Asiatic lily. The kitty spent a night in the hospital, receiving a treatment of IV fluids. Fortunately, she will be fine and is now back home with her very relieved human parents.
A commentor, Dr. Farmer, provided a link to the ASPCA web site (http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/17-common-poisonous-plants.html) that includes this helpful YouTube video for an informative visual lesson on toxic plant identification:
Thanks, Dr. Farmer!
While the video is helpful, I don't think it is a thorough discussion so I would add that just because a plant was not included in the video presentation does not mean that is 100% safe for pets.
While we're on the subject, K and I have been planning to get health insurance for the Kitten. We just haven't gotten around to it yet but the ASPCA offers what seems to be a reasonable health plan:
I guess we'll do it this week.
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