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Are pine trees poisonous to cats

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As we decorate our dwellings for these celebrations, keep in mind that festive plants can be potentially toxic when eaten by your pets. As friends and family share the holiday cheer by gifting or re-gifting you a seasonal plant, be aware of the toxic effects a particular plant may have on your pet if inappropriately consumed. Here is my list of common winter holiday plants and the clinical signs our canine and feline companions can exhibit post-ingestion. The Amaryllis is a personal favorite, as any novice green thumb has only to provide appropriate water and light to generate a spectacular flower. I enjoy watching the stalk thrust skyward from its earthen bulb and produce trumpet-shaped blossoms.
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Are Norfolk pine trees poisonous for cats?

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A Party Poopers Guide to Christmas: How to Avoid Toxic Trees and Other Holiday Horrors for Pets

Many common plants , both in the house and the yard, can be toxic to our pets, including some that can still be found this time of year, either because they are being brought in from outside or because they are popular in holiday displays or decorations. Some toxic plants only cause mild stomach upset, while others can be poisonous. To make things even more confusing, some plants are safe for some species while deadly for others.
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Its distinct scent, symmetrical branches and widespread availability make the Norfolk pine a staple of the Christmas holiday in the United States. While many households enjoy decorating these trees as part of their winter celebration, this tradition isn't always safe for your furry family members. Exposure to pine leaves and sap can cause digestive problems in felines, as well as the potential for physical injury.

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